Emile Guillemin (1841-1907, French)
Silvered bronze on marble base
Signed: Ele. Guillemin LM
Dimensions bronze: 9 inches high x 6 inches width x 4 inches depth
Overall with base: 9.4 x 6,5 x 4.5
Provenance: The Alan Schneider Collection
Condition: Each overall good condition with shelf wear, minor scuffs, and tarnishing to silvered bronze commensurate with age.
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Émile Coriolan Hippolyte Guillemin (16 October 1841 – 1907) was a French sculptor of the Belle Époque. He worked in bronze:103 He studied under his father, the painter Auguste Guillemin, and under Jean-Jules Salmson. He showed work at the Salon of Paris from 1870 to 1899, and in 1897 received an honourable mention there.
Some versions of his Cavalier Arabe are signed both by him and by Alfred Barye, suggesting a collaboration.
Please also consider Avantique’s eclectic bronze collection including Barye, Barrias, Mene, Moigniez, Paillet, Paillard, Fratin, Picault, Tiffany Studios, and Cain among others. We strive to collect the highest quality sculptures in exceptional condition.