length of the base 39,2 cm A late 19th century bronze sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye (1795-1875) of a charging African Elephant. Description: After Alfred Barye (FRENCH, 1839–1882) Bronze Lion Sculpture, Lion- Tuant un Sanglier, Male lion standing on his prey, a wild boar. Bronze maribou stork and snake with rich brown patina, signed “Barye” on the embankment. In 1846 the government commissioned a pendant Seated Lion for the Tuileries Lion Crushing a Serpent (1847, bronze, Portal, Pavillon de Flore, Palais du Louvre, Paris). Base in fine palmwood, circa 1840 - cast post 1875 Not signed. However, in 1848, when he lost control of his work and it was reproduced by others including Martin and Barbedienne, the sculptures, according to some art professionals, are not as skillfully executed. Un « Éléphant du Sénégal » de 1874 en bronze à patine marron-vert a atteint la somme de 13 543 euros (frais compris) aux enchères en novembre 2017 à Londres (Christie’s). Éléphant du Sénégal (Senegalese Elephant) charging elephant. A pair of majestic late 19th century animalier bronze plaques one decorated with a striding panther the other of a striding leopard. height 22,8 cm Antoine-Louis Barye (French, 1795-1875) Faisan, tête tournée à gauche (Pheasant, head turned to left) Inscribed BARYE and F.BARBEDIENNE, the underside stamped no 64 and 43 with 55 in... Animalier Bronze Study Entitled 'Lion Assis No 3' by Antoine L Barye. PARIS' The Barbedienne foundry purchased 125 casting models from Barye’s estate in 1876. In 1848, the bronze was moved to the terrasse du Bord de l'Eau, to join its recently created pendant, Lion assis, and in 1911 it was relocated to the Louvre. Bronze with a nuanced brown patina Le tri par Pertinence est un algorithme de classement basé sur plusieurs critères dont les données produits, vendeurs et comportements sur le site pour fournir aux acheteurs les résultats les plus pertinents pour leurs recherches. The style of Barye settled down from 1843. SLIGHTLY LATER CASTING . (w) x 9in. Excluding the monumental version (lot 18), between 1832 and 1857, Barye He gave his human figures inspired by Greek models, such as the bronze group of "Theseus and the Centaur Biénor", an energy and a movement specific to the romantic vision . Juni 1875 ebenda) war ein französischer Bildhauer. In 1833, Barye exhibited at the Salon his "Lion and Serpent", a king's command to the Tuileries Gardens, an allegory of the monarchy crushing sedition, three years after the July Revolution. Owing to the extremely naturalistic rendering of both animals and the violence of the struggle depicted, this sculpture caused a huge controversy. Signed Critics are enthusiastic but it's not necessarily the case of his colleagues. Base in fine palmwood, However, many of his subsequent Salon submissions were rejected and so angered him that between 1836 and 1851, he refused to submit entries. Terms of Use | General Terms and Conditions of Sale© 2021 AnticStore, Walking Lion - Antoine-Louis BARYE (1796-1875), "The horses of Marly" after the sculptor Coustou, late 19th century, DALOU Jules (1838-1902) The reading lady (1877-1881), Louis-Ernest Barrias (1841-1905) - Mozart. The style of Barye settled down from 1843. Signed Barye... Large Original 19th Century Bronze Elk by Antoine-Louis Barye. A beautiful original antique bronze sculpture of a standing stag " Cerf debout" by Antoine Louis Barye with fine details in a warm, chocolate brown patina. In 1854, he was appointed Master of Zoological Drawing in the Musee d'Histoire Naturelle and held this position until his death in 1875. September 1795 in Paris; † 27. In 1848, after his bankruptcy, Barye became director of Casts and Models in the Louvre, until 1850, when he was replaced by Emmanuel Fremiet. Gilt gold patina on a green ma... Antoine Louis Barye Bronze “Half Blood, Cheval Demi-Sang” F. Barbedienne. Antoine-Louis Barye (FRENCH, 1795-1875) 3. During these same years the royal family began buying and commissioning small-scale works from Barye for their private collections. The sculptor Antoine-Louise Barye (French, 1776-1875) was the preeminent animalier sculptor of the 19th century. Despite his business and practice of art that confused members of the Institute, they finally welcome within them in 1868, and Barye knew recognition in the last ten years of his life. Art, Gift, Ornament. La livraison est rapide. He gave his human figures inspired by Greek models, such as the bronze group of "Theseus and the Centaur Biénor", an energy and a movement specific to the romantic vision. In the case of our “bronze” lion pictured above, it is an original by Barye. ANTOINE-LOUIS BARYE 1795-1875 LION QUI MARCHE (WALKING LION) signed: BARYE bronze, dark brown patina, on a yellow velvet lined wood base bronze: 22.2 by 39.5cm., 8 3/4 by 15 1/2 in. black. Le 6 mai 2011 , après le ravalement du monument, une copie du groupe sommital a été réinstallée [ 15 ] . Lion au serpent No3, esquisse (Lion crushing a snake No3, sketch model) Although monumental versions of his depictions of domestic and exotic... Antoine Louis Barye Tigre Qui Marche, F Barbedienne. Entitled... 'Aigle Ailes Etendues Bec Ouvert', a bronze study of an eagle. signed on base on right side, size 12in. Biography : Well compensated financially, he was able to buy the best of materials and hire the country's most skilled foundry craftsmen. This important bronze sculpture of an African elephant by Romantic artist Antoine-Louis Barye (1796-1875) displays the remarkable realism for which Barye is best remembered. Among his patrons were representatives of the state government and royalty including the Duke of Orleans and the Dukes of Luynes, Montpensier and Nemours. This one, cast circa 1890, sold … In 1851, he again exhibited at the Salon with Jaguar Devouring A Hare, and this work, like the 1831 entry, was placed in the Luxembourg Gardens and eventually in the Louvre. In order to do realistic depictions of animal anatomy, he spent much time at the Jardin des Plantes in Paris. Not signed. This is a lifelike, energe... Antoine-Louis Barye Petit Fou De Rome Bronze, Late 19th Century Animalier Bronze 'Leopard and Panther' Plaques by Antoine L Ba. In 1831, a work regarded as a masterpiece, Tiger Devouring a Gavial, was in the Salon and purchased for the Luxembourg Gardens, which is now in the Louvre. 1“ and was originally listed in Barye’s catalogue of... “Hibou Owl” French Bronze Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye & Barbedienne. Antoine Louis Barye (1795-1875) - Le lion qui marche Le lion qui marche Epreuve en bronze à patine brune nuancée Signée BARYE en creux sur la terrasse Senegalese Elephant Bronze Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye. Striding Tiger. Originally conceived in 1840, the Lion Qui Marche was modeled by Barye as a development from his almost identical bas-relief plaques of Roaring Lion and Lion of the Zodiac. Bronze, dark-brown/red patina with touches of verdig... Antoine Louis Barye Ocelot Carrying off a Heron, 19th Century Bronze Striding Tiger 'Tigre qui Marche' by Antoine Louis Barye. He graduated in 1820, the second prize for sculpture in Rome for his "Cain cursed by God" .It was in 1831 that Barye became known to the public exhibiting then his "Tiger devouring a Crocodile", tormented and expressive work, which ranked as soon as the first Romantic sculptor, and causing admiration criticism. However, within a few years, he began receiving accolades for the quality and uniqueness of his work, and people began appreciating the powerful images of his sculpture, especially the wildlife in their natural surroundings. It was a very difficult time for him. In 1832, he had established his studio, and unique at that time was his method of cold stamping his bronze casts so that each one had a special number. STANDING FIGURE WITH NICE OLD BROWN PATINA.SIGNED BARYE. He had his first entry, The Milo of Croton, in the Paris Salon in 1819, winning a second prize. This finely cast and iconic bronze by Antoine Louis Barye (1796-1875) demonstrates exacting proportions and musculature, the base bearing impressed signatures Barye and foundry marks... French Bronze Sculpture of a Basset Hound after A. Barye & F. Barbedienne. Barye Antoine-Louis (1795-1875), St. Michael fighting the dragon. France Originally conceived in 1841,... Antoine-Louis Barye Bronze Elephant Du Senegal. Trouvez bronze barye en vente parmi une grande sélection de Art, antiquités sur eBay. Chocolate brown and green patina. Bronze signé barye Bronze, Lion au Serpent signé A Barye (Antoine-Louis Barye) 299,00 EUR. Not dated. Il obtient en 1820, le second prix de Rome de sculpture pour son Caïn maudit par Dieu. Head thrown back, jaws wide open, the reptile hisses back defiantly. Believed to have originally been sculpted by Barye in 1845 and listed in Barye’s first catalogue of 1847, he also completed a second variation titled Basset Debout “Tête tournée å dr... Antoine Louis Barye Bronze Panther Seizing A Stag, circa 1860, Panthère Saisissant Un Cerf by Antoine-Louis Barye. Antoine-Louis Barye (* 24. Barye's Republican ideas do not prevent him from binding with Ferdinand-Philippe d’Orléans, for whom he made a table centerpiece. Cast by the firm of Ferdinand Barbedienne, this model is generally identified in the earliest catalogues as “Panther of India No. His sketch practice done in the wild, according to the animals of the Jardin des Plantes in Paris, led him gradually to also practice painting. Barye's specialty was aroused, angry seeming wild games such as lions and tigers and elephants, but he also did equestrian groups and mythology figures. signed 'BARYE', stamped 'F. Magnificent 19th century French bronze figure of a majestic seated lion with beautiful autumnal, green, black, brown and orange patination and excellent hand finished surface detail ... 'Elephant du Senegal' by Antoine-Louis Barye Bronze Sculpture, circa 1880. Best known for his Neoclassical bronze statues featuring exotic animals in repose, engaged in battle, and in mythological situations, Barye began his artistic life working and studying under prominent French sculptors and painters before … Cheval Demi-Sang (tete levee) / Half-blood horse (head raised) Important bronze sculpture representing Lion walking by Antoine-Louis Barye. An impressive figure of a wild roaring lion pins a serpent to the ground. Barye sculpted the portrait medallion Young Man in a Beret (1823) in bronze, as well as Portrait of the Founder Richard (1827), in which only a head and neck are shown. Antoine-Louis Barye was o... Louis Vidal, Bronze of a Wounded Stag, Barye, circa 1863, Jules Moigniez Bronze Sculpture of a Pointer and Pheasant, 19th Century, Antoine Bouraine French Bronze of a Lounging Nude Woman, 1900, Antoine Bofill Art Nouveau Nude Bronze Sculpture, circa 1900, Antoine Bofill Bronze of a Sea Man with Oars, French, circa 1900, Maximilien-Louis Fiot Bronze Ducks In Flight Sculpture, “Cerf Debout” Stag Standing Sculpture, Antoine-Louis Barye, circa 1850-1870. Antoine-Louis Barye (1796-1875) was a French sculptor, known for his animal sculptures. Antoine-Louis Barye (French, 1795-1875) BARBEDIENNE. This fine post-humous cast of Barye’s Jaguar Debout, No. A late 19th century bronze sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye (1795-1875) of a small proportioned, charging African Elephant. Antoine Louis BARYE : ventes aux enchères internationales dans toutes les disciplines artistiques : Sculpture-Volume, Dessin-Aquarelle, Peinture, Estampe-Multiple, Objets, Luminaire.Marché de l'artiste, biographie, indices et prix between 1876 and 1889 A. BARYE, Bronze Lourd, Lion au Serpent, Magnifique sculpture EUR 699,00 Provenienza: Francia Compralo Subito +EUR 168,00 di spedizione Bronze Lion and Serpent on a Solid Marble base. In total contrast to the supporters of the academy who then ruled the Institute, Barye opened a foundry and edited himself his production, using modern techniques of his time. Antoine Louis Barye (French 1795-1875) Animalier. Antoine Louis Barye (French, 1796-1875) The foundry he hired was owned by Ferdinand Barbedienne and casts from this period were stamped with the letters, FB. Antoine-Louis Barye Bronze Sculptures & Bronze Figures Antoine-Louis Barye (1795 -1875) was a French sculptor of romantic realism who was known for his realistic depictions of animals, especially those engaged in life-and-death struggles. He also sculpted Poised Stag (1829), a much larger sculpture, which had a height of 48 cm, and was one-third life size. Barye's ability to merge our romantic idealization of nature with a colder reality of nature's predator is beautifully represented in this striding cat. Barye Lion - A French bronze figure of a majestic seated lion with beautiful autumnal patination and excellent hand finished surface, signed Barye Magnificent 19 th Century French bronze figure of a majestic seated lion with beautiful autumnal, green. This site is protected by reCAPTCHA and the Google, Featured Collection: Lighting at a Great Value, Featured Collection: A World of Contemporary Art, Featured Collection: Design Through the Decades, Association of International Photography Dealers, International Fine Print Dealers Association, Shop All Henri Alfred Marie Jacquemart Sculptures. cast by BARBEDIENNE, with Gold stamp His early training was as an apprentice to a metal engraver, but being drafted in the army in 1812 ended that education. (d). Le groupe en bronze de Barye Thésée combattant le centaure Biénor et le lion également en bronze qui ornaient aussi ce monument ont été fondus sous le Régime de Vichy. Placed early in Fourier, an engraver on steel manufacturing metal parts for the uniforms of the Great Army, he learned all areas of metal processing and became a peerless worker. Like the Romantic artists of his time, Barye appreciated the exotic and the Middle Ages. In 1848, he declared bankruptcy and his molds and plaster casts were sold along with the copyrights. This one though was but cast after his death by the well known French foundry of Ferdinand Barbedienne. He entered the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris in 1818, where he received classical training in the workshop of the sculptor François Joseph Bosio and the painter Antoine-Jean Gros. 1 is circa 1880s and was executed by the Barbedienne foundry, the edge of the base being crisply incised F. Barbedienne Fonde... French Antique Bronze Sculpture "Arab Rider on Camel” by Barye & Delafontaine. circa 1840 - cast post 1875 This spectacular bronze representing the "Archangel Michael fighting the Dragon" is the work of the famous... Antoine Louis Barye Lion Au Serpent No. Barye's Republican ideas do not prevent him from binding with Ferdinand-Philippe d’Orléans, for whom he … (h) x 16in. Buy Barye Bronze - Antoine Louis Barye – Antique Animalier Sculpture for Sale (French, 1796 ~ 1875) Barye was a French sculptor most famous for his work as an animalier, a sculptor of animals. Le tri par Pertinence est un algorithme de classement basé sur plusieurs critères dont les données produits, vendeurs et comportements sur le site pour fournir aux acheteurs les résultats les plus pertinents pour leurs … Trouvez bronze barye lion en vente parmi une grande sélection de sur eBay. However, he did not make a lot of money from his work because he was such a perfectionist that often he would not sell his work because he thought it was not 'quite right'. After a model by Antoine-Louis Barye, second half 19th century Conceived in 1870, the model of a Hibou Owl was cast originally in Barye's Atelier as "No. Lion Bronze Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye. Temps restant Il reste 5 j 18 h. 0 enchères. Les bronzes fondus par Barye de son vivant dépassent généralement en estimations les 50 000 €. brown and orange patination and excellent hand … While Antoine-Louis Barye was still relatively unknown and prior to his 1830 initial exhibition at the Paris Salon, in 1829 Susse Freres bought the rights to three of his stag subjec... “Tigre Qui Marche” French Bronze Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye & Barbedienne. He now produced numerous masterpieces, often of small dimensions, that will enrich the collections of fans on both sides of the Atlantic. Antique edition cast marked F. Barbedienne Fondeur (caster.... “Panther of India, no. The public and the … Antoine-Louis Barye (1796-1875.) Antoine-Louis Barye was a French sculptor working in the animalier style. Critics are enthusiastic but … Lion Bronze Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye By Antoine-Louis Barye Located in Meda, MB Important bronze sculpture representing Lion walking by Antoine-Louis Barye. Reproduction de la sculpture en bronze d'Antoine Louis Barye - Hauteur : 24 cmStatue en bronze réalisée à la cire perdue, socle en marbre véritable Hauteur : 24 cm - Largeur : 29 cm - Profondeur : 18 cm Antoine-Louis Barye (Paris, 24 septembre 1795, - Paris, 25 juin 1875), inhumé au cimetière du Père-Lachaise … In spite of problems with the Salon, Barye received many accolades for his work, and the period of 1837–48 was considered the most productive time of his career. Lion of Algeria Bronze with brown and green patina 7 7⁄8 H. X 11 1⁄2 W. X 3 1⁄2 D. inches Signed on base: Barye Antoine-Louis Barye French 1796–1875 Elan Surprised by a Lynx Bronze with … 199" and offered for sale for 20 francs until his death in 1875, at which point the rights ... Antoine Louis Barye “Tiger devouring A Gazelle”, Barye Antoine-Louis Bronze of St. Michael Fighting the Dragon. A tiger shown stalking, the rect... “Jaguar Standing” Bronze Sculpture by Antoine-Louis Barye and Barbedienne. He became one of the favorite sculptors of Napoleon III, under whose reign he produced monumental works such as "Peace", "Strength", "War" and "The Order" for the decoration of the new palace of the Louvre and an equestrian statue of the emperor for the gates of the Louvre. Bronze signé Barye Exposé au Salon de 1833, le plâtre du ‘ Lion au serpent ‘ de Barye fut loué par la critique qui en salua à la fois le rendu très naturaliste et l’intensité de cette scène reproduite en taille réelle . base: 6.2 by BARYE Antoine A bronze eagle with green or gold patination perched on a rocky outcrop with wings outstretched and beak open, ready... “Lion Marchant” Antique French Bronze Sculpture by Antoine Barye & Barbedienne. In 1833, Barye exhibited at the Salon his "Lion and Serpent", a king's command to the Tuileries Gardens, an allegory of the monarchy crushing sedition, three years after the July Revolution. The son of a goldsmith, Parisian born Antoine-Louis Barye was a sculptor of animal subjects and acclaimed, not only for his apparent skill but as the founder of what became known as the French Animaliers School. 1” French Bronze Sculpture after Barye, F. Barbedienne. Signed Barye and inscribed F Bar... Late 19th Century Bronze Sculpture 'Elephant du Senegal' by Antoine-Louis Barye. Signed: BARYE Rich green patination and hand chased detail. He preferred bronze to marble because too cold. 'Tigre qui marche' Important bronze sculpture representing Lion walking by Antoine-Louis Barye. Rich brown patination and hand chased detail. 楽天市場:西洋美術屋 楽天市場店の大師の傑作 > barye一覧。楽天市場は、セール商品や送料無料商品など取扱商品数が日本最大級のインターネット通販サイト Not dated. La livraison est rapide. The bronze plaques with excellent hand chased sur... Antoine Louis Barye Reclining Doe Daine Couchee, Barye Rare Bronze Sculpture, "Marabou and Snake Marabout Au Serpent".