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A French mid 19th century Terra Cotta statue by Gustave Joseph Chéret

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A charming and extremely well executed French mid 19th century Terra Cotta statue by Gustave Joseph Chéret. The Terra Cotta statue named 'Le coup de Vent' (Gust of wind) is raised on a circular mottled base below a mottled socle... — Read More

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  • Item # 13594
  • H: 18 in L: 15 in D: 12.5 in

    H: 46 cm L: 38 cm D: 32 cm

  • France
  • 19th Century
  • Terra Cotta
  • Gustave Joseph Chéret Read More
  • Gustave Joseph Chéret (1838-1894) worked in the second half of the 19th Century. He was the younger brother of the painter Jules Chéret. He also worked for the ceramist Joseph-Théodore Deck and also worked under the great 19th century master Albert-Ernest Carrier-Belleuse. Chéret joined the master's atelier and also married Carrier-Belleuse's daughter, Marie. As an accomplished creator of decorative arts as well as sculpture he was perfectly placed to succeed his father in law as artistic director of the Sèvres factory after Carrier-Belleuse who died in 1887
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