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"Art Deco Statue - Bacchanalian Dancer - Pierre Le Faguays"
In this motif by Pierre Le Faguays, an elegant, tiered red marble base supports a bacchanalian dancer. The young bronze beauty holds a lavishly decorated thyros staff in her hands. This partial nude of a decorative dancer, who is only clad in a skirt, is characterised by aesthetic lines and a playful sensuality that is typical for the numerous depictions of women in the Art Deco period. Additionally, several polishings accentuate the delicate detail work of the sculptor. Apart from the marble base, this bacchanalian dancer is made of 100% finest bronze material. In addition, it bears the signature of Pierre Le Faguays. The sculpture radiates the erotic, elegant charme of the nineteen-twenties and -thirties and expertly highlights the aesthetic shapes of the female body.
The products we offer are made of 100% high-quality bronze and are cast and refined by hand. Strict guidelines ensure the quality of our products during their creation. Therefore, we will only offer you products of the highest quality. All sculptures are created via lost wax technique.
Pierre Le Faguays is one of the most well-known artists of the Art Deco period. The French sculptor, who lived from 1892 to 1962, created numerous feminine sculptures such as this decorative statue of a woman. This statue tells the story of a bacchanalian dancer. Inspired by the mythological character of Dionysus, the beautiful young woman holds the thyros staff in her hands, which in Greek mythology is the steady companion of the god of wine and his entourage. The staff, which is usually entwined in vine leaves, is the symbol für the bacchanals and the related attitude to life.
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