Pierre Le Faguays Gilded Bronze Sculptures Pair Dancers French Art Deco
Pierre Le Faguays -An Art Deco patinated bronze sculpture, France circa 1920′s – The young woman dancing, one blowing her pipes, while the other posed to match the period and feeling. Both are mounted on triangular bases and signed directly onto the marble. These two stylish bronzes by Le Faguays with his typical classical styling to the features and hair can be seen in Bryan Catley’s book Art Deco and Other Figures.
Pierre le Faguays
Born in Nantes; pupil of Vibert. He attracted the attention of the public at his first exhibition due to the originality he gave his dancing subjects which were inspired by the statues of Tangara. He was a member of the salon of La Stele and Evolution groups. Received a medal of honor in 1927.
9 inches tall, including base.