19 April 2016
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ANTOINE-LOUIS BARYE (FRENCH, 1795-1875)
Panthère de Tunis No. 1
signed BARYE, the underside with red paint underlined number 184 and incised donné à G. Gassies par Madame Perronne Barye, and with paper label inscribed in blue 78
5 1/8 in. (12.9 cm.) high, 10 ¾ in. (27.5 cm.) wide
Given by Antoinette Adélaïde Perronne (b. 1846) to Georges Gassies (1829-1919).
Barye Bronzes: An Important Private Collection; Christie's, New York, 25 April 2003, lot 126.
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