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Rembrandt Bugatti

Lifelike animal bronze - Elephant begging - signed Bugatti
399,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2 Days | Weight: 3.00kg
Amazing animal bronze Indian elephant after Rembrandt Bugatti
399,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2 Days | Weight: 3.50kg
Bronze Bird by Rembrandt Bugatti - Marabou Stork - signed
199,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2- 5 Days | Weight: 2.10kg
Bronze Sculpture on Marble - Proud Bird - Rembrandt Bugatti
169,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2- 5 Days | Weight: 1.50kg
Bronze Statue on Marble - Jumping Elephant - signed by Milo
199,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2- 5 Days | Weight: 3.70kg
Bronze Animal Sculpture - Elephant on Ball - Sign. Bugatti
399,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2- 5 Days | Weight: 3.90kg
Proud Bronze Lion - Lion Sculpture - Rembrandt Bugatti
499,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2- 5 Days | Weight: 5.80kg
Elephant on a Ball - Animal Sculpture - Rembrandt Bugatti
399,00 EUR
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Shipping time: 2- 5 Days | Weight: 6.50kg

Rembrandt Bugatti (1884–1916) was an Italian sculptor, known primarily for his bronze sculptures of wildlife subjects.

Born in Milan, into a family with a strong and long tradition in the arts, Rembrandt Bugatti was the second son of Carlo Bugatti and his wife, Teresa Lorioli.

His father was known for his exotic and fanciful furniture, silver, metalwork and musical instruments. His older brother was Ettore Bugatti who became one of the world`s most famous automobile manufacturers.

As a child he hung around his father`s workshop and was encouraged to try sculpting in plasticine by the family friend and renowned Russian sculptor, Prince Paolo Troubetzkoy.

In his short life he produced more than 300 works, an oeuvre which is unparalleled for descriptive intensity and diversity of form and subject. Although he is represented in many large museums around the world, in particular in France, Great Britain and the USA, he is less well known to the German public.
Making his first professional appearance at the Venice Biennale in 1902, Bugatti followed in the tradition of the great impressionists Medardo Rosso, Edgar Degas, and Auguste Rodin, with additional influences from art nouveau, symbolism.

Bugatti`s love of nature led to him spending a great deal of time in the wildlife sanctuary near the Jardin des Plantes in Paris or at the Antwerp Zoo where he studied the features and movement of exotic animals. His animal figures such as elephants, panthers and lions became his most valuable and popular works.

The silver elephant mascot that sits on top of the radiator of the Bugatti Royale was cast from one of Rembrandt`s original sculptures. His art works are now also highly priced.

During World War I the Antwerp Zoo was forced to kill most of its wild livestock. This deeply affected Bugatti because he had used many of these animals as objects for his sculpture. In 1916, at the age of 31, he killed himself.

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