23 May 2008
Pierre Lenordez (1815-1892)
La Saut de la haie (Three steeplechasers taking a fence)
bronze, light-brown patina
23½ in. (60 cm.) high; 30½ (77.5 cm.) wide; 12 in. (30 cm.) deep
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Another example of this model, signed 'P. Lenordez' and cast by the Parisian foundry Graux-Marly, sold Christie's, London, 28 September 2006, lot 63 (£12,000).
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