A BRONZE GROUP OF THE FALCONER OF THE PERIOD OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE
A BRONZE GROUP OF THE FALCONER OF THE PERIOD OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE

CAST BY BERTHAULT AFTER THE MODEL BY EVGENII LANCERAY, LATE 19TH CENTURY

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A BRONZE GROUP OF THE FALCONER OF THE PERIOD OF IVAN THE TERRIBLE
CAST BY BERTHAULT AFTER THE MODEL BY EVGENII LANCERAY, LATE 19TH CENTURY
Realistically cast, on a naturalistic oval base, signed on base in Cyrillic 'E. LANCERAY.' and with the Cyrillic foundry mark 'CAS[T BY]. K. BERTO’
19¾ in. (50 cm.) high
Provenance
General Baron Pyotr Nikolayevich Wrangel (1878-1928).
By descent to his son, Baron Alexis Wrangel (1922-2005).
A gift to the present owner from the wife of the above.

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Lot Essay

A similar model is part of the collection of the State Historical Museum, Moscow. For this and the original wax model, see L.A. Dementieva, Album of Models by the Sculptor Eugene Lanceray, pp.74-75, 282-[283], 316, no. 22. For further information on the model, also see G.W. Sudbury and D.R. Douglas, Evgueni Alexandrovitch Lanceray: le Sculpteur Russe de Cheval, Paris, 2006, pp. [72-73], 104-106, 132-134.

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