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Bronze Bacchante et Silene Antique Sculpture, 1901


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Product Height: 16.25″

Introducing the remarkable Bacchante et Silene Sculpture, a bronze masterpiece created by the renowned French artist Henri Allouard in 1901. This sculpture is a testament to the artist’s exceptional talent and captures a moment of artistic brilliance from the turn of the 20th century.

Crafted with meticulous attention to detail, this bronze sculpture showcases the artist’s mastery of form and expression. The intricate detailing brings to life the mythical figures of Bacchante and Silene, embodying the spirit of revelry and the joy of life.

Henri Allouard, a celebrated French artist who lived from 1844 to 1929, expertly captures the essence of his subjects in this stunning sculpture. The dynamic poses and delicate features of the figures reflect his deep understanding of human anatomy and his ability to convey emotion through his art.

The Bacchante et Silene Sculpture stands as a testament to the enduring allure of classical themes and mythology. The sculpture exudes a sense of elegance and grace, with its fluid lines and captivating composition. The bronze material adds a touch of timeless beauty and durability to the piece, ensuring its longevity for generations to come.

Display this exquisite sculpture in your home or gallery, and let it become a focal point of admiration. Its intricate craftsmanship and historical significance make it a valuable addition to any art collection. It serves as a captivating reminder of the rich artistic heritage of the late 19th and early 20th centuries.

Embrace the beauty of this Bacchante et Silene Sculpture by Henri Allouard, and allow its presence to evoke a sense of wonder and appreciation for the mastery of sculpture. This bronze masterpiece is a true reflection of the artist’s genius and a treasured piece of art history.


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Weight 0.9 lbs


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