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"Arab Bedouin - Vienna Bronze - Bergmann stamp, 2 pcs."
The heyday of the so-called Vienna Bronzes numerous foundries produced human figures as Orientals or Indians. Not just humans were sculpted, also animals such as elephants, lions, dogs and rabbits and small animals such as frogs and insects. The sculpture makes use of oriental motifs, therefore, depicted is an elegantly dressed Arab Bedouin in a detailed ornate chair. The two-part figure is a noble ornament for friends of oriental art and culture and to make this object even more precious, the figure is hallmarked with the stamp of the famous Bergmann foundry.
All our figures and sculptures were made using fine bronze and were casted using the lost-wax-technique. Each exhibit is poured by hand and strict quality standards guarantee a top quality of all our products.
The founder of the famous bronze production in Vienna, Franz Bergmann was born in 1838 in Jablonec. At a young age he went to Vienna and learned professional bronze processing. 1860 Franz Bergmann completed his master's examination as a chaser and soon came into contact with the bronze art of France when he visited the 1884 World Exhibition in Paris and learnt the art of nature and natural patina. The establishment of bronze foundry was a great success and the characteristic animal figures and erotic bronzes are in great demand among collectors.
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