Bronze sculpture Alfred Dubucand dog hunting animal hare nineteenth century

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Bronze sculpture (bronze patina) signed Dubucand * representing a hunting dog holding a hare in its mouth, XIXth century.

This sculpture is in good condition. Signed on the terrace.

A note: tiny wear of time, see photos.

* Alfred Dubucand (1828-1894):

began exhibiting regularly in 1867 at the Salon of French artists, until 1883. Dubucand would have been a pupil of Barye and Rouillard as well as of Lequien. He obtained a medal in 1879 for his "Persian Cheetah Hunter". He is essentially an animal sculptor, largely orientalist in inspiration. (Cf Bénézit)
Artist very well rated on ArtPrice.

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  • Dimensions 15,5 cm x 6,4 cm
  • Height 13 cm