These noble hunting dogs have been replicated from lead designs after the antique. These nineteenth-century animal sculptures remain popular today and are ideal for use as a pair either side of a house entrance or garden gateway.
|height||785 mm||30 7/8”|
|weight||84 kg||185 lb|
|width at base||315 mm||12 3/8”|
|length at base||620 mm||24 1/4”|
Henri Alfred Marie Jacquemart (1824-96), a noted Parisian sculptor, created the originals. Many of this leading animalier’s works were cast in bronze by the renowned Val d’Osne foundry, winners of a gold medal at the famous 1851 Great Exhibition in London. These hunting dogs first appear in the 1858 catalogue of Barbizat & Cie.
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