Vintage Signed Szczeblewski Bronze Sculpture of a Whistling German Boy - Fine Detailed Art

EuropeanBronzeSKU: EP-455

Sale price$249.00$124.50
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Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base:
Height 8" X Width 3"
Marble Dimensions:3" X 3"

Height without base:7.5
Weight:4 LBS

This captivating bronze sculpture by Vaclav Bernard Szczeblewski portrays a young German boy, hands comfortably tucked in his pockets, whistling a cheerful tune. Created in the style of "The Whistling Ship's Apprentice" design from circa 1875, this artwork carries the essence of youthful spirit and curiosity. "Le Siffleur" is a beloved piece from the late 19th century, admired for its timeless appeal.

The boy stands barefoot, his peasant-style shirt loosely tucked into his worn trousers, embodying a humble charm. The exquisite craftsmanship of this bronze figure captures the intricate details of his facial expression and posture, showcasing the artist's mastery. Crafted with meticulous care, this sculpture brings to life the innocence and joy of childhood, inviting viewers to reminisce and appreciate the beauty of simplicity.

Made using the enduring "Lost Wax Method," this bronze sculpture by Vaclav Bernard Szczeblewski exemplifies the dedication to preserving artistic heritage. It stands as a testament to the artist's skill and the enduring value of bronze as a medium. This remarkable artwork would make a remarkable addition to any collection, capturing the essence of a bygone era with its evocative portrayal of a whistling ship's apprentice.

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