Bruno Zach

Germany (18911935 ) - Sculptures
ZACH Bruno Nude Dancer

Auctionata /Apr 11, 2014
1,440.00 - 1,800.00
1,100.00

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Bruno Zach - The Riding Crop

Bruno Zach - The Riding Crop

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Lot number: 37
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Bruno Zach (1891-1935) 'The Riding Crop' an Impressive Patinated Bronze Study, circa 1925 cast as a bare-breasted dominatrix in suspenders and bodice, she clasps a riding crop behind her back, in a dark brown patination with green highlights, on oval base 84cm high, signed in cast 'Bruno Zach' on detachable oval marble base
Bruno Zach - Athlete Holding Up A Globe

Bruno Zach - Athlete Holding Up A Globe

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Lot number: 1735
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Bruno Zach Zhytomyr 1891 - Vienna 1945 Athlete Holding up a Globe Sculpture in bronze and antimony Signed 63x28x20 cm Bruni Zach Zhytomyr 1891 – Wien 1945 Athlet, der einen Globus hält Skulptur aus Bronze und Antimon Signiert 63x28x20 cm Bruno Zach Zhytomyr 1891 - Viena 1945 Atleta sosteniendo un globo terráqueo Escultura en bronce y antimonio Firmada 63x28X20 cm
Bruno Zach - Erotica

Bruno Zach - Erotica

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Lot number: 726
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Erotica Bruno Zach. Erotica, 1920s. Two pieces. Young halfclad woman reclining on a bed. H. 17 cm; 22.7 x 14.7 cm; hidden under it man and woman in erotic pose. H. 9.8 cm; 18.2 x 9.8 cm. Made by Argentor, Vienna. Bronze, dark green resp. brown patina, painted red. Signed: B. Zach (inside), ARGENTOR WIEN (outside).
Bruno Zach - Nude Dancer

Bruno Zach - Nude Dancer

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Lot number: 93
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Lot 93: Bruno Zach (1891-1935), Art Deco Bronze, Nude Dancer, c. 1920 Bruno Zach (1891-1935) Description: Bronze with brass- and chopper-colored patina Austria, circa 1920 Bruno Zach (1891-1935) - Austrian Sculptor of the Art Deco period Signed and engraved on the plinth 'B. Zach' Graceful female nude in dance movement, characteristic example of a Viennese bronze for the Art Deco period Total height: 32.5 cm Very good condition Provenance: From the former sample stock of the Bergmann factory in Vienna Bronze sculptures of this kind are quite popular collectibles due to its elaborate design; sculptures by Bruno Zach fetch up to 115,000 Euro at international auctions This Vienna Bronze was created by sculptor Bruno Zach around 1920. It depicts a female nude, dancing in a gracefully elegant pose with wide spread arms, while her view glances slightly downwards. Her delicate body appears with a brass- and chopper-colored patina and is slightly twisted due to her dancing moves. The sculpture is mounted on a circular marble base and is a characteristic example of a Viennese bronze from the Art Deco period. The bronze sculpture is signed engraved on the plinth 'B. Zach' and is in good condition indicating only slight signs of age and wear such as light scratches on the back of the right leg and buttom. Its total height is 32.5 cm. Bruno Zach (1891-1935) Bruno Zach was born 1891 in the Ukraine. Characteristic are his female nudes and dancers, showing common stylistic elements of the Art Déco and Art Nouveau periode. Zach studied at the Academy of Art in Vienna under Hans Bitterlich and Josef Müllner. While living in Vienna, Zach worked in various manufactories creating numerous extraordinary bronze sculptures illustrating different motifs taken from subjects such as sports, the Orient, the animal world and last but not least erotic themes.
Bruno Zach - Dancing Couple

Bruno Zach - Dancing Couple

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Lot number: 9
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Lot 9: Bruno Zach, Bergmann Vienna Bronze 'Dancing Couple' around 1920 Bruno Zach (1891-1935) Description: Green onyx and cold-painted bronze Austria, around 1920 Manufactory Bergmann (est. 1860) - Producer of Vienna Bronzes Bruno Zach (1891-1935) - Austrian Sculptor Signed on the plinth 'Bruno Zach' Charming Viennese Bronze showing a dancing couple Total height: 35 cm Very good condition Provenance: From the former sample stock of the Bergmann factory in Vienna Bronze sculptures of this kind are quite popular collectibles due to its elaborate design; sculptures by Bruno Zach fetch up to 115,000 Euros at international auctions This bronze sculpture depicts a dancing couple presenting their pas de deux with ease and elegance. It is mounted on a polygonal green onyx base. The Viennese bronze from the sample stock of the Bergmann factory in Vienna was created by sculptor Bruno Zach around 1920. The figures are cast in bronze and were cold-painted in lightly iridescent colors. This bronze is signed on the plinth 'Bruno Zach' and is in very good condition showing only insignificant signs of age and wear. The base is slightly damaged at some parts and indicates small superficial repairs. The bronze figures are 28.5 cm tall. The total height is 35 cm. Bruno Zach (1891-1935) Bruno Zach was born 1891 in the Ukraine. Characteristic are his female nudes and dancers, showing common stylistic elements of the Art Déco and Art Nouveau periode. Zach studied at the Academy of Art in Vienna under Hans Bitterlich and Josef Müllner. While living in Vienna, Zach worked in various manufactories creating numerous extraordinary bronze sculptures. Vienna Bronze The term 'Vienna Bronze' refers to very fine cast bronzes from the period of around 1880 to 1930. The very naturalistic small sculptures depict human figures, often with exotic features, humans and animals, humorous illustrations as well as erotica. The bronzes were so fashionable that there were 80 companies in Vienna which concentrated on these products. A large number of significant artistic works was melted during the world wars to meet the metal needs of the artillery, thus the bronzes are now not only treasures but rare collectibles. The most famous manufacturer of Vienna Bronzes was the Manufactory Bergmann.
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