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Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin
Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin
Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin
Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin
Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin
Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin
Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin
Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin
Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin
Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin

Sculpture by Emille Coriolan Guillemin

A beautiful bronze and calamine sculpture of an Orientalist explorer or hunter by Emille Coriolan Guillemin ( France 1841- 1907).

The sculpture is signed on the lower right: Guillemin France. The stamp of the foundry is at the bottom and in the center.

Dimensions with base: 51 by 57 by 27.5 cm, weight: 29,30 gr.

Please note

This brons is large and heavy, the shipment will be expensive. Please make sure to make inquiries at your preferred shipper before bidding in the auction.

Product Code: 15732

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Wikipedia

Émile Coriolan Hippolyte Guillemin (16 October 1841 – 1907) was a French sculptor of the Belle Époque. He worked in bronze. He studied under his father, the painter Auguste Guillemin, and under Jean-Jules Salmson. He showed work at the Salon of Paris from 1870 to 1899, and in 1897 received an honourable mention there. 

In 2008 his 1884 bronze sculpture Femme Kabyle d'Algerie and Janissaire du Sultan Mahmoud II (Kabyle woman from Algeria and Janissary of Sultan Mahmound II) sold for $1,202,500 plus auction fees in New York to a private collector through Sotheby's Auction House.


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