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"Vienna Bronze - Cat at the Hairdresser - Stamped - Hand-Painted Figurine"
In the field of contemporary arts, the humanisation of animals was mainly coined by the Vienna Bronze period. At the beginning of the 20th century, numerous imaginative miniature bronze figurines were created that depicted our animal companions in situations of human everyday life. The cat motif was particularly popular with collectors, due to the animal’s close bond with humans. In this case, the small bronze figurine portrays the cat visiting a hairdresser. While the first cat got comfortable in the chair, the second one is about to start shaving. The design of this figurine, which is equipped with the Bergmann stamp, is kept rather lifelike. Only the cats’ actions greatly abstract the motif, which leads to a contrastive clash of decorative and humorous factors.
Our bronze figurines and sculptures are created via an elaborate process which involves many individual steps. The main method of creation is the lost wax technique, which is a traditional procedure that is used in the creation of bronze sculptures. The quality of our sculptures is ensured by our strict quality guidelines and the fact that all of our pieces are refined by hand.
Vienna Bronze sculptures are mostly small statues that have been created since the end of the 19th century. Thematically, they can have many motifs. However, erotic figurines, exotic bronze sets and small animal sculptures are among the more popular subjects. Furthermore, it is important to note that elaborate paintings done by hand and technical subtleties are their central criteria.
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