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Art Deco Bronze Statue of Man Pulling Boat

Item #2410

An  Art Deco bronze sculpture by Salvador Riolo: of a man gripping a rope and pulling a rowboat ashore, It is a strong and unusual image, in contrast to the many images of men throwing spears or bending steel, this uses a section of the boat to create the dynamic tension between the subject and object, divided by a length of twisted cable.

 

The metalwork lends a dappled quality to the patina and the piece is mounted on a black marble base.

 

SALVADOR RIOLO: early twentieth – French School – Member of the Salon of French Artists where he obtained a Bronze Medal in 1935 and a Bronze Medal in 1936

 

Measurements

19″ Wide
11″ Tall
6″ Deep

Price (USD)

$ 2,800
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