SMUGGLER WITH A DOG, EJ Carlier, bronze, late 19th century

A sculpture depicting a smuggler accompanied by a dog. The figure delights with its expressive expression and extraordinary richness of details. The prototype belongs to the collection of the National Customs Museum in Bordeaux.

France, late 19th century

Emile Joseph Carlier (1849-1927)


Ref. Carlier.

Dim. 61 x 31 x 26 cm.

Very good condition.

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16 000 zł tax incl.

Emile Nestor Joseph Carlier (1849-1927) - French slaughter Bialy with enormous artistic achievements. In 1874, he exhibited his work for the first time at the Salon. Five years later, he received his first prize, which initiated further awards and medals at the Paris Salon and world exhibitions. The crowning achievement in the field of art was the Officer's Order of the Legion of Honor. Carlier carried out numerous commissions for sculptures and a monument. A year after his death, a retrospective exhibition was held at the Grand Palais in Paris.