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"Young girl making music - Vienna Bronze, Bergmann stamp"
The "Young girl making music" is a typical small sculpture from the time of the Vienna bronzes. The figure is characterized by its detailed surface and shows the girl facing the viewer head-on. The multi-perspective figure is mounted on a circular, shapely marble base and hallmarked with the stamp of the famous Vienna Bergmann Foundry.
Antique Bronze for Sale
The bronze sculpture was casted by the lost-wax-process from a foundry plaster identical to the original. As all of the bronze products in our shop, this exhibit is hand-cast in our own foundry and subject to our strict quality inspections throughout the entire process of fabrication.
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. In 1860, Franz Bergmann completed his master's examination as a chaser. Bergmann first came into contact with the bronze art of Francet when he attended the 1884 World Exhibition in Paris. He recognized the art of nature and patina and would henceforth even make bronze figures. 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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