30 November 2015
A BRONZE INK-STAND IN THE FORM OF A HUNTING GREYHOUND
CAST AFTER THE MODEL BY EVGENY NAPS, LATE 19TH CENTURY
On a naturalistic oval base, realistically cast as a hunting greyhound closing in on a leaping hare, the upper part of a tree trunk hinged, formed as an inkwell, signed on base 'E. Naps'
11 3/8 in. (29 cm.) wide
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Please note this work is 11 3/8 in. (29 cm.) wide.
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