London, South Kensington
21 November 2012
'THE DANCE'. AN ARTHUR WILHELM OTTO LEWIN-FUNCKE PATINATED BRONZE GROUP
Modelled and cast as two young women holding hands and spinning round, their clothes billowing out with the speed and movement, signed Arth. Lewin-Funcke 1900
13 1/2in. (34.5cm.) high
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Arthur Lewin-Funcke was born in Dresden in 1866, and worked in Charlottenburg and studied in Berlin, Rome and Paris.
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