Evgeny Alexandrovich Lanceray (Russian, 1848-1886)
19th Century, Possibly post humus
Cossack on Horseback
signed in Cyrillic
Measures: Height 8 3/4 x width 8 3/4 inches.
Property from the Estate of Henri E. Nelson, Chicago, Illinois
Condition: Very Good with strong Gilt. Slightly loose missing 2 fastening screws underneath.
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Eugeny Alexandrovich Lanceray (1848 – 1886). (Evgeni, Eugene, Lansere)
Eugeny Alexandrovich Lanceray Lansere – Russian sculptor of bronze figures.
The most known Russian sculptor of 19th century. Was very productive, created many models on daily life, hunting scenes, Arabs, French and English subjects. Was very strong on modeling horses. Didn’t do any bears and very little of dogs. Was competing with Vasily Grachev during 1870-1886 untill died at the age of 38. During his lifetime used to cast his models at Felix Chopin’s foundry in St. Petersbourg, Russia. After passing away some of his models were taken to France, but some were left in Russian to continue casting with K.Berto, A.Moran and N.Shtange.
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