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Bruno Zach | Art Bronze Sculptures

Art Deco Bronze Dancer
399,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2 Days | Weight: 5.00kg
Art Deco Erotic Bronze on marble base Lady at Phallus, B. Zach
119,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2 Days | Weight: 2.00kg
Art Deco Erotic Bronze Lady at Phallus signed B. Zach
119,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2 Days | Weight: 1.60kg
Art Nouveau bronze Pocket Watch holder, signed Bruno Zach
119,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2 Days | Weight: 0.70kg
Bronze Sculpture - Nude Woman Strip - sign. Bruno Zach
489,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2 Days | Weight: 7.00kg
Erotic Bronze Figure - Girl with Riding Corp - sign. Bruno Zach
289,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2 Days | Weight: 2.40kg
Bruno Zach (also: Bruno Zack) was an Austrian sculptor of Ukrainian descent. Characteristic for his work are erotic female nudes and dancers. They also reflect elements of Art Deco and Art Nouveau.

The sculptor was born on May 6, 1891 in Zhytomyr, Ukraine and died on February 20, 1945 in Vienna, Austria. His birthplace Zhytomyr is nowadays home of approximately 300.000 inhabitants and is situated in the northern part of the Ukraine and 120 kilometres south of Kiev. 150 kilometres southern direction the border of White Russia will be crossed.

In his early life Zach went to Vienna, Austria, the famous birthplace of the Vienna Bronze and the foundry Bergmann. Arrived in Vienna, the young artist began to study at the Academy of Fine Arts. The Vienna Academy of Fine Arts was founded in 1692 as a private academy modelled after the Accademia di San Luca of the court painter Peter Strudel.

His teachers were Hans Bitterlich, who taught as professor at the Academy during 1901 and 1931 and Josef Müllner, who hold a professor since 1910. Zach worked during his time in Vienna for many various foundries, where he improved his sculpting skills and created many bronze statues.
He finally became famous for his Art Deco figures of dancing women. The talented sculptor reflected the typical Art Deco characteristics on his sculptures. Art Deco was a very artful period during 1920 and 1940 and must be understood as a design-area.

The typical shapes where assigned on almost everything; architecture, furniture, cars, clothes and of course art work and sculptures. There was no untouched domain that the period of Art Deco, founded in France in the 1920th, didn’t influence.

The sculptures made by the sculptor Zach are nowadays well-known and beloved collector’s items. His lovely and filigree bronze figures always reach high prices at auctions all over the world. Some of his best known bronze sculptures are named A Dancer, Girl with a Cigarette, The Riding Crop, Female Huntress with Hound, Lady in Riding Outfit with Horse, Dancer with three-quarter length Stockings, Dancer” and Kicking Girl.

Take a look in our shop and see the large art collection. Every sculpture is made of Bronze and signed with the artist`s name. Every single figure is positioned on a marble base. Take a look at Zach`s dancer. High quality & fast shipping!