Tribute to Antoine-Louis Barye

Fine, translucent brown patina revealing the characteristics of the alloy.

Original size of the bronze: height: 14cm, length: 1cm, width: 6cm

Weight: 710g

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Benneton Graveur Editions is proud to present a bronze art reproduction of ‘HARE ON THE LOOK-OUT’, a masterpiece of classical animal art, by Barye.

This hare, sculpted by Antoine-Louis Barye (1796-1875) in the mid-19th century, really showcases the talent of this great animal master and iconic Romantic sculptor to its full extent.

Barye was a student of Antoine Gros and later Eugène Delacroix, who accompanied him to the Jardin des Plantes and had him craft his first animal sculptures.

Barye crafted a number of true and anatomically accurate masterpieces over the course of his career, expressing a perfect mastery of the art of reproducing movements and portraying character.

The pieces are numbered from 1 to 500/500 and bear the ‘Benneton Graveur Éditions’ stamp Benneton Graveur, Paris, art publisher and engraver since 1880.

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Additional information

Weight 760 g