Art Deco Bronze Statue Woman & Borzoi Dog by Molins
Art Deco bronze statue of woman & borzoi dog by Charles Henri Molins. Quality sculpture in silvered bronze and enamel on a black marble base. Charles Henri Molins was a French sculptor who was active in the early 20th century. He was known for his elegant and refined Art Deco style, which often featured figures from high society and their pets. The borzoi dog was a popular breed among the upper classes in Europe during the early 1900s, and it frequently appeared in Molins’ work.
This 1930s statue is emblematic of the Art Deco period. In the woman’s stylized dress with a matching cloche hat, the Borzoi dog looks up adoringly at her in a very relaxed pose on the portoro marble wall. The epitome of Art Deco. Overall, this Art Deco bronze statue of a woman and borzoi dog by Charles Henri Molins is a fine example of the style and craftsmanship of the period. It would have been a luxurious and fashionable addition to any home during the early 20th century. The sculptor Charles Henri Molins was known for quality sculptures depicting women, some with animals including birds.
16.25″ W x 11″ T x 6″ D