French Commander Napoleon Bonaparte Military Bronze Statue Home Art Deco Figure

EuropeanBronzeSKU: EP-915

Sale price$299.00$149.50
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Condition: This sculpture is in a perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base:
Height 12" X Width 3"
Marble Dimensions:3" X 3"

Height without base:9"
Weight:7 LBS

Introducing a remarkable bronze bust honoring the commanding martial figure of Napoleon Bonaparte (15 August 1769 – 5 May 1821), the renowned French leader. As Napoleon I, he held the esteemed title of Emperor of the French from 1804 to 1815. His influence extended far beyond his military conquests, as his legal reconstruction, known as the Napoleonic code, has left a lasting impact on numerous civil law administrations worldwide.

This extraordinary bust captures the essence of Napoleon, showcasing his unwavering determination and indomitable spirit. The beholder is met with his commanding presence as he gazes forward with a sense of pride, symbolizing the fortunes he once fanned. Despite his eventual defeat at the Battle of Waterloo in June of 1815, his legacy endures as a pivotal figure in European history.

Crafted with meticulous precision, the sculpture is cast using the archaic method of lost-wax casting, ensuring an impeccable level of detail and preserving the artist's vision. It bears a distinguished brown patina finish, adding depth and enhancing the timeless appeal of the piece. Notably, the artist, Bergman, has ingeniously signed their name backward, as "Namgreb," adding an intriguing touch of uniqueness to the artwork.

This remarkable bronze bust serves as a poignant homage to Napoleon Bonaparte, capturing his significant contributions to history and his unwavering pursuit of revolutionary ideals. It is a testament to the artistic skill and vision of the talented artist, Bergman.

Invite the spirit of this legendary figure into your space with this exquisite sculpture. Whether displayed in a home, office, or gallery, it serves as a captivating symbol of strength, ambition, and the enduring impact of one man's leadership.

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