Art Deco Bronze Greyhound by Irénée René Rochard
The Golden Triangle
This elegant Art Deco greyhound sculpture is from Paris, France, circa 1930 and was done by Irénée René Rochard.
From 1924 to 1928 he studied at art schools for Beaux-Arts and Arts Décoratifs , from 1938 he was a member of the Société nationale des beaux-arts . In the inter-war period Rochard often met with other animal sculptures, mainly with François Pompon and Édouard-Marcel Sandoz .
Rochard created hundreds of animal sculptures, including horses, monkeys, gazelles, panthers, bear cub, ducks, bison, pelicans, dromedaries, dogs and others in the style of Art Deco. He used materials such as ceramics, wood, granite and marble, but had a taste for bronze
23.5"W x 6"D x 12"H
- Metal, Marble
- Lead Time
- 0-3 Weeks (Limited Edition)
- Irénée René Rochard
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