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The Beggar White Elephant, by Bugatti

2.900.00 TTC

Re-edition in art bronze of the White Elephant by Bugatti, numbered from 1 to 100 out of 100. Delivered with a certificate of authenticity

Dimensions: height: 25 cm, length: 38 cm, width: 13 cm Weight: 6 kg. On demand

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Born into a family of artists in Milan in 1884, Rembrandt Bugatti moved to Paris with his parents in 1904. He assiduously frequented the Jardin des Plantes where he met the famous founder and gallery owner Hébrard, who immediately had him sign a exclusive publishing contract.
From 1905, he exhibited his works at the Salon d’Automne of the Grand Palais in Paris and frequented the greatest artists of the time, such as Modigliani, Picasso, Derain and Apollinaire. At the invitation of the Royal Society of Zoology, he moved to Antwerp in 1907, where he remained until 1914, exhibiting regularly in Brussels and Liège.

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Weight 6 kg
Dimensions 38 × 13 × 25 cm
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