Marie Louise Simard Art Deco Bronze of a Mandarin Duck

Marie Louise Simard Bronze

11,900

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Marie Louise Simard Bronze
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Marie Louise Simard Bronze Art Deco Mandarin Duck with Tuft, ca. 1910.
Bronze representation of a mandarin duck, finely chiseled, with dark brown and old silver patina. Naturalist plinth signed L M Simard, numbered, artists logo, foundry mark La Stelle.

Dimensions
Height  27.5cm, base 13.5 x 9cm. (height 11 in., base: 5,2×3,5 in.).
Condition: Excellent

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Marie-Louise Simard (1886-1963) is a French sculptor. Born in Paris, she followed the advice of a stonemason in Monaco, where she was then residing. Then, she decides to continue alone, without a master. Simard successfully exhibited in Paris at the Salon des Tuileries et des Indépendants from 1927. She also participated in exhibitions organized by the Brandt and Danthon galleries in Paris, as well as abroad, in Madrid, Prague and Tokyo.

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