Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Height 21.5" X Width 6.5"
Step back in time to the Roaring 20s, the era of jazz, F. Scott Fitzgerald, and the fearless Flapper. These young women, known as the "New Breed," defied societal norms with their rebellious behaviors, including smoking, drinking, and yes, even driving. This exquisite bronze sculpture captures the spirit of these free-spirited individuals, making it a must-have for any aficionado of this iconic period.
The Flapper is poised confidently on a black patina stool, embodying the era's spirit with her loose reddish patina short dress that drapes elegantly over her curves. Her gold beaded belt accentuates her waist, and a bow at the back adds a touch of flair to her attire. This sculpture impeccably portrays her relaxed demeanor as she rests a hand on her pulled-in knee, while her other leg swings down, revealing her voluptuous thighs in a rich brown patina. Her black bobbed hair peeks from beneath her fitted cloche hat, adding to her allure.
This 100% handmade bronze sculpture, meticulously detailed and crafted using the time-honored "Lost Wax Method," is a true work of art. It proudly bears the signature of the artist J.E. Mir, a testament to the skill and dedication invested in this piece. Whether you're a fan of the 1920s, jazz music, or simply appreciate the beauty of this bygone era, this sculpture is a captivating and evocative addition to your collection or living space.