Jules Moigniez

France (18351894 ) - Sculptures
MOIGNIEZ Jules Chasse Ouverte And Chasse Fermée

Sotheby's /Jan 30, 2010
3,580.12 - 5,012.17
5,817.50

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Jules Moigniez - Pheasant

Jules Moigniez - Pheasant

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Lot number: 21
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RACING AND ANIMALIER BRONZES FROM A UK COLLECTION Jules Moigniez FRENCH 1835 - 1894 PHEASANT signed: J. MOIGNIEZ bronze, greenish-brown patina, on a veined dark green marble base bronze: 51cm., 20 1/8 in. base: 4 by 50 by 25cm., 1½ by 19 5/8 by 9 7/8 in. Overall the condition of the bronze is very good. There is some minor wear and dirt to the surface consistent with age with a few minor nicks to the edges. The bird was cast in sections; slightly open joints are visible under both wings and at the upper legs. The plants by the rocks are cast separately and a joint is visible at the stems. There is some very minor dark spotting and two small restored chips to the edges of the short sides of the base, which is otherwise in good condition.
Jules Moigniez - Hunting Dog

Jules Moigniez - Hunting Dog

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Lot number: 100
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Lot 100: Jules Moigniez, Sculpture 'Hunting Dog', France, c. 1920 Jules Moigniez (1835-1894) Description: Cast metal, patinated in green and redbrown France, c. 1920 After Jules Moigniez (1835-1894) - French sculptor of the 19th century Typical subject of the artist Overall dimensions, including base: 40.5 x 52 x 21 cm (height x width x depth) Very good condition Provenance: from a German private collection Bronze sculptures of this model by Jules Moigniez fetch up to 6,000 Euros at international auctions This precisely worked sculpture shows a hunting dog with a killed pheasant in his mouth. It is an authentic replica of a model by the French sculptor Jules Moigniez (1835-1894), who was very successful as a sculptor in France, Great Britain and America in the second half of the 19th century. In this case the sculpture was made of cast metal with a green and redbrown patina and is mounted on a black marble base with plaques of bright marble on the front edge. The sculpture is in very good condition and only shows small traces of age and wear. The patina is even and partially minimally rubbed. The marble base is slightly bumped at its sides. The overall dimensions of the sculpture are 40.5 cm in height, 52 cm in width and 21 cm in depth. Without base the sculpture measures 36.5 cm in height. Herewith, it largely corresponds with the original bronze by Jules Moigniez. Jules Moigniez (1835-1894) The French sculptor Jules Moigniez was born in 1835 in the small town of Senlis, in the northern part of France. He became a student of the very fine sculptor Paul Comolera (1818-1897), who was mainly known for his modeling of animals. Inspired by his teacher, Moigniez also specialized in the depiction of animals, of which game birds, dogs and horses fascinated him the most. At the age of twenty, he made a plaster titled "Pointer stopping at a Pheasant", which was recorded at the Exposition Universelle in 1855. With the backing of this success, his father, being a metal glider by training, founded his own foundry in 1857. From then on, most of Moigniez's bronzes were cast by his father, who was constantly experimenting with new techniques. For example, the bronzes were glided, silver-plated or patinated in a very unusual way, giving his sons models their very exceptional effect. Between 1859 and 1892 Moigniez regularly exhibited at the annual Salons in Paris, showing a total of thirty works. He also expanded his audience by exhibiting at the London International Exhibition in 1862. Moigniez became a world-renowned sculptor in the late 19th century.
Jules Moigniez - Asian Horseman Chasing A Tiger

Jules Moigniez - Asian Horseman Chasing A Tiger

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Lot number: 514
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Jules Moigniez (1835-1894). Asian horseman chasing a tiger. Bronze, dark brown patinated. Small part of the snaffle missing. Signed "J.Moigniez". 72 x 72 x 30 cm Asiatischer Reiter jagt einen Tiger. Bronze, dunkelbraun patiniert. Zierstück an der Trense rechts fehlt. Signiert "J.Moigniez". Äußerst seltene und absolut sammlungswürdige Bronzeplastik von dem bekannten französischen Bildhauer Jules Moigniez.Zu Jules Moigniez siehe: Pierre Kjellberg, Bronzws of the 19th century. Dictionary of sculptors, 1994, S. 495-501.
Jules Moigniez - Chasse Ouverte And Chasse Fermée

Jules Moigniez - Chasse Ouverte And Chasse Fermée

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Lot number: 824
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LOT 824 PROPERTY FROM THE ESTATE OF CYNTHIA PHIPPS JULES MOIGNIEZ 1835-1894 CHASSE OUVERTE AND CHASSE FERMÉE: A PAIR 5,000—7,000 USD Lot Sold. Hammer Price with Buyer's Premium: 8,125 USD measurements measurements height, each: 11 1/2 in. alternate measurements 29.2 cm Description each titled and signed J. Moigniez (on the front) bronze, golden patina
Jules Moigniez - A Racehorse With Jockey Up 'cheval De Course Et Sonjockey'

Jules Moigniez - A Racehorse With Jockey Up 'cheval De Course Et Sonjockey'

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Lot number: 231
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Jules Moigniez (French, 1835-1894): A giltbronze model of a racehorse with jockey up 'Cheval de course et sonjockey' the slight rider with hand to his brow lookingover his right shoulder, the horse in standing pose raised on anaturalistic grassy oval plinth base, signed J. Moigniez, 35.5cmhigh Moigniez's first exhibition was at the Exposition Universelle,Paris in 1855; from 1859 he exhibited regularly at the Salon untilhis retirement in 1892. His work is renowned for its excellentdetail, crisp handling, and fine casting, due in great part to thefact that his father set up a foundry in 1857 solely to cast hisson's works. Thus Moigniez fils had control over thefinished pieces and could ensure a standard of extremely highquality was maintained. His father had been a metal gilder, andbrought this skill to the foundry, experimenting with variousdifferent patinations and gilding, as in the present lot. This model is illustrated in Les Bronzes Du XIXe Siecle, P.Kjellberg, Les Editions de L'Amateur, Paris, page 496. Related Literature: 'Les Animaliers', J. Horswell, AntiqueCollector's Club, Suffolk, 1971.
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