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After Alfred Barye (French 1839-1882), "Pony Express Rider", a patinated bronze figural group, signed, ca. 1870

After Alfred Barye (French 1839-1882), "Pony Express Rider", a patinated bronze figural group, signed, ca. 1870

Item Description:

Signed "Barye"

Condition:

Appears fine. Please contact cataloging@lofty.com for specific condition questions and to request a full condition report.

About The Artist:

Alfred Barye was the son of his more famous father Antoine Louis Barye who is sometimes called the father of "animalier," animal sculpture. Alfred Barye was trained in sculpture by his father and they worked in the same Atelier, Antoine Louis Barye, for many years. Confusion about the signature of Alfred Barye comes from the fact that both he and his father used the same signature, however other pieces by Alfred Barye may be signed A. Barye, Alf. Barye or Barye fils. Alfred is best known for his race horse and dog sculptures. He exhibited at the Paris Salon in 1864, 1865, 1866 and 1882. All but one of these exhibitions included horses.

 

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