Rembrandt Bugatti

Diane et son chien ("Dejanice" nue et son chien)

inscribed R Bugatti, dated 1906, numbered (1) and stamped with the foundry mark A.A. Hébrard Cire Perdue (on the base)

bronze

height: 25¾ in.

65.4 cm.

Conceived in 1906 and cast by 1907 by the Hébrard foundry, Paris. This work is unique.

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Rembrandt Bugatti
Diane et son chien ("Dejanice" nue et son chien)

inscribed R Bugatti, dated 1906, numbered (1) and stamped with the foundry mark A.A. Hébrard Cire Perdue (on the base)

bronze

height: 25¾ in.

65.4 cm.

Conceived in 1906 and cast by 1907 by the Hébrard foundry, Paris. This work is unique.

Provenance

Galerie A.A. Hébrard, Paris

Nicolas Borsje (Galerie d'Art Nouveau), Paris

Private Collection, California (acquired from the above in July 1976)

Acquired by descent from the above by the present owner

Exhibition

Paris, Galerie A.A. Hébrard, Rembrandt Bugatti sculpteur, 1907, no. 27, illustrated

Venice Biennale, IX International Art Exhibition of the City of Venice, 1910, no. 26

Literature

Véronique Fromanger, Rembrandt Bugatti. Sculpteur. Répertoire monographique: une trajectoire foudroyante, Paris 2009, no. 169, p. 289, illustration of the plaster version

Véronique Fromanger, Rembrandt Bugatti. Sculptor. Répertoire monographique: A Meteoric Rise, Paris 2016, no. 169, pp. 315-16, illustration of the plaster version