Prosper Lecourtier

(18551924 ) - Sculptures
LECOURTIER Prosper Polowanie Na Dzika

Rempex /May 15, 2013
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Prosper Lecourtier - La Fantasia Arabe

Prosper Lecourtier - La Fantasia Arabe

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Lot number: 57
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LOT 57 PROSPER LECOURTIER FRENCH, 1855-1924 LA FANTASIA ARABE 25,000—35,000 USD measurements height 33 in. alternate measurements 84 cm the rouge griotte marble base with a plaque inscribed LA FANTASIA / Par LeCourtier (sculptr) bronze, red and brown patina and a rouge griotte marble base LITERATURE AND REFERENCES Pierre Kjellberg, Bronze of the 19th Century, ed. Schiffer Publishing LTD, USA, 1994, p.420, (for the illustration of an identical model) CATALOGUE NOTE Prosper Lecourtier studied sculpture under Jules Coutan and the celebrated animalier sculptor Emanuel Frémiet. He exhibited at the Salon almost every year from 1875 to 1924 and was awarded a bronze medal at the 1900's Exposition Universaelle de Paris . He is known to have collaborated with Hippolyte Moreau and some works are signed by both artists. On the present model, it is interesting to note the composition of the bronze group and it's base. Here, the dynamic galloping figure is fitted on a naturalistically carved rouge griotte marble base.
Prosper Lecourtier - Fantasia Arabe

Prosper Lecourtier - Fantasia Arabe

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Lot number: 195
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LITERATURE AND REFERENCES Kjellberg, Pierre, Bronzes of the 19 th Century, Dictionary of Sculptors , Paris, 1994, p. 420 for the illustration of the present model. CATALOGUE NOTE Prosper Lecourtier studied sculpture under Coutan and the celebrated animalier sculptor Frémiet. He exhibited at the Salon almost every year from 1875 to 1924 and was awarded a bronze medal at the Exposition Universelle of 1900. He is known to have collaborated with Hippolyte Moreau and some works are signed by both artists.
Prosper Lecourtier - Deux Chiens De Chasse Attachés

Prosper Lecourtier - Deux Chiens De Chasse Attachés

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Lot number: 46
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Prosper LECOURTIER (FRENCH, 1855-1924) Deux Chiens de chasse attachés inscribed P. LECOURTIER bronze, chocolate brown patina 24¾ in. (63 cm.) high; 37 in. (94 cm.) wide Pre-Lot Text THE PROPERTY OF A LADY Literature See P.J. Kjellberg, Les Bronzes du XIX siècle, Paris 1989, p.420 for an illustration of another cast. Lot Notes A pupil of Coutan and the celebrated animalier sculptor Frémiet,Lecourtier received several medals exhibiting at the Salon duringthe latter part of the 19th Century, and was awarded a bronze medalat the Exposition Universelle of 1900. Specializing in thesensitive treatments of dogs, he was a friend of Hippolyte Moreauand at least on one occasion worked with him sculpting the houndsfor the bronze group Piqueur au Relais. In the present example,Frémiet's influence is apparent in the warm character of thehounds' faces.
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