London, South Kensington
18 September 2007
A VICTORIAN BRONZE MODEL OF A HORSE ENTITLED 'CHEVAL A LA BARRIÉRE'
AFTER PIERRE JULES MÊNE, CAST BY COALBROOKADE AND CO, SECOND HALF 19TH CENTURY
Naturalistically modelled and shown by a fence, inscribed P.J. MÊNE 1846, on a moulded rounded rectangular plinth inscribed DJINN ETALON BARBE and COALBROOKDALE/BRONZE
11½in. (29.2cm.) high, 15¼in. (38.7cm.) wide
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