François - J. E. Crolard
French Sculptor, Painter, Artist. ( Ec. Fr. xx° Sec. ). Born in Savoy, France. Early 20 th century, studied at the National Institute for the Deaf ( Paris ), the National School of Decorative Art, and under Le Fevre and Le Maire, Ecole des Beaux Arts of Paris. Exibited in the National Salon, Salon of the Tuillerie, Salon of French Artists, Salon International des Deaf Artistes ( co - founder ), National Museum of Modern Art ( Madrid ) and International Exhibition of Fine and Applied Arts by Deaf Artists in 1934. Bust of Valentin de Zubiaurre ( Spanish painter 1879 / 1963 ) purchased by the Spanish government to be placed in the National Museum of Modern Art in Madrid. Rif. A Biographical Dictionary " Deaf Persons in the Arts and Sciences " ( Harry G. Lang and Bonnie Meath-Lang 1995 ) pag. 398.




Nude

Black patina Bronze Sculpture depicting nude female. Signature of the Sculptor incussa in the base and stamp "Grandhomme-Andrò foundeur Paris (established in 1893 by Andrò brothers) and later: Andrò-Allard (1895/96) Andrò-Sefert (1896/1904) Andrò (1904/23) Grandhomme-Andrò (1924/29) Andrò-Widow (1929)

Made in FranciaCirca 1925 François - J. E. Crolard

Dimensions: H cm 72- L cm 31- P cm 16

Reference# 0975 * sold *

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