A fabulous cold painted Art Deco bronze figure of a dancer in costume holding a glass bubble before her. The bronze with excellent enamel painted colour and fine hand finished detail, raised on a portoro marble base, signed Godard
The figure was posed at the Folies Bergeres, Paris, in 1930 by Georgia Graves, who was trained by Ernest Belcher of Los Angeles.
Sorry, this item has been sold. If you would like information about similar items please contact us on 07971850405 or make an enquiry via email here.
Height: 52 cm
Width: 20 cm
Depth: 13 cm
Condition: Excellent Original Condition
Materials: Cold Painted Bronze, Marble and Glass
Book Ref Art Deco and Other Figures by Bryan Catley
Page No. 166
Armand Godard (French, early 20th C)
An Art Deco sculptor who is known for having executed a large number of figurines in bronze and chryselephantine on the theme of women. These subjects included Parisien dancers, usually more or less naked but capturing the innocence and freedom of the Art Deco period