Lithe arms and provocative features characterize these Art Deco dancers sculpted by one of the period's most exciting artists. These works by Romanian-born Chiparus are meticulously hand-painted in a palette of muted metallics and finished with flesh tones to replicate the original ivory. Created in quality designer resin to capture the subtle nuances that sell for thousands at auction, these collectibles are set atop faux marble bases.
Cast in quality designer resin
Perfect for home or gallery
Finish: Flesh tone
FeaturesSunburst and Fan Dancer Statues collection
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The very epitome of Art Deco form and
balance, the romantic ballet dancers in this enviable statue reach and twirl, the sheer drape of their filmy costumes an afterthought to the celebrated female form. German sculptor Ferdinand Preiss, whose work ...
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