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Rembrandt Bugatti

(1884 -  1916 ) Wikipedia® : Rembrandt Bugatti
BUGATTI Rembrandt Petites Antilopes Goudou Or Deux Amis

Sotheby's /Jun 22, 2016
50,659.83 - 75,989.74
173,510.50

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Rembrandt Bugatti - Le Grand Éléphant Du Muséum "rachel"

Rembrandt Bugatti - Le Grand Éléphant Du Muséum "rachel"

Original 1903
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Lot number: 305
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Rembrandt Bugatti (1884-1916) Le grand éléphant du Muséum "Rachel" signed, dated, numbered, inscribed and stamped with foundry mark 'R Bugatti 1903 (3) Paris A.A. HÉBRARD CIRE PERDUE' (on the top of the base) bronze with dark brown patina Height: 24 in. (61 cm.) Length: 18 ½ in. (47 cm.) Conceived circa 1903-1904
Rembrandt Bugatti - Bouledogue Français

Rembrandt Bugatti - Bouledogue Français

Original c.1905
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Lot number: 28
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Rembrandt BugattiBOULEDOGUE FRANÇAIS, SMALL VERSION, DESIGNED CIRCA 1905 patinated bronze Dedicated A ma mère, son fils Rembrandt and with foundry mark Cire Perdue A.A. Hébrard on the base 14 x 13,5 x 8,5 cm ; 5 1/2 x 5 3/8 x 3 3/8 in. Mrs Carlo Bugatti, given as a gift by her son Rembrandt Bugatti in March 1906 Ettore Bugatti, Molsheim L'Ebé Bugatti, France Drouot, Paris, May 1981, lot 114 Alain Delon, Paris Sotheby's London, 39 sculptures by rembrandt Bugatti, The property of Alain Delon, April 4, 1990, lot 250 Vence, Château Notre-Dame des fleurs, Galerie Beaubourg, Bugatti, July - September 1995 Paris, Galerie Univers du Bronze, Collection Alain Lesieutre, 2001 Jacques-Chalom des Cordes and Véronique Fromanger Des Cordes, Rembrandt Bugatti, Paris, 1987, pp. 102-103 Bugatti, les meubles, Bugatti, les sculptures, Bugatti, les autos, exhibition catalogue, Galerie Beaubourg, Château Notre-Dame des fleurs, Vence, July - September 1995, illustrated p. 184 Véronique Fromanger, Une trajectoire foudroyante, Rembrandt Bugatti, sculpteur, répertoire monographique, Paris, 2016, pp. 292-293, n. 113 The offered lot is the only one dedicated to the artist's mother known to have been produced. Fifty bronze casts of this model are known to exist. This lot is sold with a certificate from Mrs Véronique Fromanger. REMBRANDT BUGATTI At the start of the 20th century, some thirty years after Barye's death, the young Italian sculptor Rembrandt Bugatti first entered the Ménagerie at the Jardin des Plantes. It was the first time that Rembrandt Bugatti had seen wild animals. For fifteen years, Bugatti lived among them in Paris and in Antwerp. Rather than seeking to classify or imagine them like his 19th century predecessors, he was there to observe them at length, one by one, studying and decoding the behaviours, signs, sounds and attitudes of each of these animals in their own sensory environment. His sculptures are a direct result of this daily contact, this dialogue, this shared communication and fusion with both wild and domesticated animals. An article by Marcel Horteloup in the London art magazine Studio International in 1906 reported that Bugatti sought above all to be "a narrator of animal psychology". Whenever Hébrard bought one of his plaster models, Bugatti also assigned all his artist's rights to him. The creation of L'Édition originale Rembrandt Bugatti began when they first met in 1904. In the introduction to his exhibition catalogue, Adrien-Aurélien Hébrard spoke of his feelings: \\\“At first I was suspicious of his grand-sounding name, redolent with too much glory and too much art, but a friend of mine insisted that I should see this young artist's work […]. Instead of a deft little Italian with a knack for imitating the great masters, I discovered a true artist. This tall, lanky, blushing, beardless and silent lad, whom the Museum regulars called "The American", wordlessly presented me with a year's worth of plasteline models.\\\” Over a period of thirty years, collectors Alain and Ginette Lesieutre accumulated one of the world's finest collections of the sculptor Rembrandt Bugatti's works. As an art dealer and art lover, Alain Lesieutre helped Alain Delon compile part of his Rembrandt Bugatti collection and purchased French Bulldog, small model, inscribed with "A ma mère, son fils Rembrandt" (To my mother, her son Rembrandt) in 1990 when Delon sold it in London. The Rembrandt Bugatti collection presented for auction at Sotheby's Paris comprises twelve models created by Rembrandt Bugatti between 1905 and 1912. Over the years, Alain and Ginette Lesieutre have exhibited most of them in various prestigious locations: in 1983 in Hamburg at the Museum für Kunst und Gewerbe; in 1988 in Ferrara, Gallerie Civiche d\\\’Arte Moderna, Palazzo dei Diamanti; in 1989 in Venice at the Palazzo Grassi for the exhibition "Arte Italiana Presenze 1900-1945"; in 1999 in Amsterdam at the Beurs van Berlage; and in 2014 in Berlin's Alte Nationalgalerie for the first retrospective of "Rembrandt Bugatti, Der Bildhauer, 1884-1916 ". Véronique Fromanger
Rembrandt Bugatti - Lionne De Nubie

Rembrandt Bugatti - Lionne De Nubie

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Rembrandt Bugatti (1884-1916)
Lionne de nubie

signed, stamped with the foundry mark and numbered 'R. Bugatti CIRE PERDUE A. A. HEBRARD 5' (on the top of the base)

bronze with dark brown patina

Height: 16 1/8 in. (41 cm.)

Length: 26 3/4 in. (68 cm.)

Width: 8 5/8 in. (22 cm.)

Conceived in 1909-1910 as part of the group 'Lion et Lionne de Nubie'; the two sculptures were then cast individually by Adrien Hébrard from 1922 onwards; seven casts of the present motif are known

Provenance

Adrien Hébrard, Paris.

Anonymous sale, Maître Patrick Gauthier, Belfort, 24 May 1987, lot 60.
Private collection, France.

Pre-Lot Text

PROPERTY FROM A PRIVATE FRENCH COLLECTION

Literature

P. Dejean,
Carlo, Rembrandt, Ettore, Jean Bugatti

, Paris, 1981, p. 160.
J.C. des Cordes & V. Fromanger des Cordes,
Rembrandt Bugatti: Catalogue raisonné

, Paris, 1987, pp. 246-247.
E. Horswell,
Rembrandt Bugatti: Life in Sculpture

, London, 2004, pp. 182 & 184-185.
V. Fromanger,
Rembrandt Bugatti sculpteur: Répertoire monographique
, Paris, 2009, no. 232, pp. 175 & 309-310.
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Rembrandt Bugatti - Petites Antilopes Goudou Or Deux Amis

Rembrandt Bugatti - Petites Antilopes Goudou Or Deux Amis

Original 1911
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Lot number: 192
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Rembrandt Bugatti
1884 - 1916
PETITES ANTILOPES GOUDOU OR DEUX AMIS
inscribed
R. Bugatti,
numbered
1
and stamped with the foundry mark
AA Hébrard cire perdue

bronze

length: 43.7cm., 17 1/4 in.
Conceived
circa

1911 and cast in bronze in 1912 in an edition of 32.
Authentication The authenticity of this work has been confirmed by Véronique Fromanger.Provenance Sale: Galerie Motte, Geneva, June 28, 1968
Rembrandt Bugatti - Petite Panthère Marchan

Rembrandt Bugatti - Petite Panthère Marchan

Original 1908
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Lot number: 12
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Rembrandt Bugatti
PETITE PANTHÈRE MARCHANT, LE MODÈLE CRÉÉ EN 1904, CET EXEMPLAIRE EXÉCUTÉ EN 1908
'PETITE PANTHÈRE MARCHANT', A PATINATED BRONZE SCULPTURE, DESIGNED IN 1904, REALISED IN 1908. SIGNED, NUMBERED, DATED AND WITH FOUNDRY MARK
sculpture en bronze patiné
Signé
RBugatti
, numéroté
3,
daté
908
 et porte le cachet
Cire perdue A.A. Hebrard

sur la terrasse

16 x 41,3 x 12 cm (6 1/4 x 16 1/4 x 4 3/4 in.)
Provenance Acquis auprès d'Adrien-Aurélien Hébrard vers 1908
Dans la famille depuis l'origine Exhibited Un modèle similaire exposé :
Paris, Galerie A. A. Hébrard, 1904
A ce jour, seuls cinq exemplaires en bronze de ce modèle sont répertoriés, dont un conservé au Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland
Ce lot est accompagné d'un certificat de Madame Véronique Fromanger
At the time of the writing, only five bronze casts of this sculpture are known to have been produced. One of them is in the collection of The Cleveland Museum of Art
This lots is sold with a certificate by Mrs Véronique Fromanger
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