Bronze marble base statue dancer vintage theater signed drama opera art. This product sheet is originally written in English. Please find below a machine translation in French. If you have any questions please contact us.Condition: this sculpture is in perfect condition. Bronze dimensions with marble base: height 16 1/2" x width 9" marble dimensions: 5" x 5" without base height: 15 1/2 weight: 10 lbs inventory: 63-y0364236. The Egyptian belly dancer moves forward, her left leg lifts up, behind a curtain on the tip of her feet, leaning her head, as she presents herself to her audience seducing them. Exquisite details are seen throughout the exotic costume accredited for the casting method; the pearls and its candelabre cap (shamadan), its decorated belly shirt and the legs of swollen pants. It was captured using the age-old technique of lost and dyed wax molding with a brown patina finish for conservation. It was mounted on a black marble base with the artist. (September 1886 – January 1947) was a Romanian sculptor of the art deco era who lived and worked in Paris. The mature style of chiparus took shape from the 1920s. His sculptures are remarkable for their luminous and exceptional decorative effect. The dancers of Russian ballet, French theatre and early films were among his most remarkable subjects and were characterized by a long, slender and stylized appearance.
His work was influenced by an interest in Egypt, after the excavation of the tomb of Pharaoh Totankhamon. Most orders are shipped within 24 to 48 hours of purchase.
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