London, South Kensington
9 February 2000
A LARGE TERRACOTTA FIGURE
FROM A MODEL BY MARCEL GUIRAUD-RIVIERE, 1920s
modelled as a harelequin clown, striding forth wearing long mottled blue cape, mask and chequered costume, on a mottled brown glazed rectangular shaped base, impressed pottery mark 'Boulogne', impressed signatures 'Andre Fau' and 'M.Guiraud-Rivere', stamped 'Made in France' (damage to one finger) 26 1/2in. (67.3cm.) high
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C.f. Bryan Catley, Art Deco and other bronzes', Antique Collector's Club, 1978, p.175, for a similar figure in bronze entitiled 'Venetian'
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