DescriptionA French Bronze Sculpture
Alfred Dubucand (French, 1828-1894)
Entitled Anier de Caire, the sculpture of an Arab boy and his donkey, the boy leaning against the saddle holding the reins, on an oval base, mid to dark brown patina. Dubucand was inspired by his interest in North Africa. The original wax version of this sculpture was shown at the Paris Salon in 1876 and later in bronze at the Exposition Universelle, 1878.
13.2 inches high
Christie's, London (1978)
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