Eugène BOURGOUIN (1880-1924)
Enfant aux carquois et oiseau (Child with quiver and a bird)
Bronze proof with brown patina, loss wax process.
Signed and marked « cire perdu » (loss wax process) on the embankment.
Foundry Susse Frère in Paris
Height: 22,5 cm - Width : 29 cm - Depth: 12,5 cm
Eugène Bourgouin was a sculptor from Reims. He studied Decorative Arts before being admitted into Fine Art School. He spent most of his career in Paris where he created sculptures and also goldsmith’s art such as the crown of the Sacré Cœur.
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