2 - 3 October 2012
A FRENCH SILVERED AND COLD-PAINTED BRONZE FEMALE FIGURE 'HINDU DANCER'
BY DEMETRE CHIPARUS (1886-1947), EDITED BY EDMOND ETLING ET CIE, PARIS, CIRCA 1925
Mounted on a square spreading marble socle engraved D.H. Chiparus and ETLING PARIS to one side
43 cm. high (31 cm. high excluding base) x 18 cm. wide x 16 cm. deep
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The same model is in the Clara Sancovsky collection in Sao Paulo and illustrated in Alberto Shayo, Chiparus Master of Art Deco, New York, 1993, page 121, pl. 53.
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