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19th Century Bronze study of an Austrian Man by Louis Leopold Chambard (1811 -1895)

A fine cast and amusing Bronze statue by Louis Leopold Chambard (1811 -1895) depicting an Austrian Man, apparently down on his luck with a dejected  (but kindly) face, apparently smoking his last cigarette and with hands in his pockets, his shoes seemingly having also seen better days too!  The name "Chambard" is  cast and appears on the back of the base of the figure, the whole is mounted on a marble plinth base as pictured.

Condition. The bronze has a great brown and golden patina, the marble plinth has a slight chip or sliver out to top of base towards the front left-hand side and a small chip to right hand edge. 

Approx size: Ht 12 ins (30.5 cms)  x   (base) 4 ins (10cms) square

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Note
Louis Leopold Chambard  (1811 -1895) was a French Sculptor from Jura of some repute he having won the Prix de Rome in 1837. His work is highly sought and collected.