Bronze Spaniel hunting dog sculpture - T. Cartier (1879-1936)

SKU: 14016

A bronze edition signed T. Cartier (1879 - 1943) dating from the early twentieth century.

An extract from Wikipedia, translated from French

Thomas Cartier was born on February 21, 1879, in Marseilles. A pupil of Georges Gardet and Victor Peter, he specialized in animal sculpture. He exhibited at the Salon of French Artists in 1904 and obtained an honorable mention in 1908, a 2nd class medal in 1910 and a gold medal in 1927, the year he went out of competition.

During the First World War, he became an illustrator: he then produced many postcards of anti-German propaganda and support for the 'poilus' (soldiers who were in the trenches). After the war, he moved to Saint-Amand-en-Puisaye and designed many war memorials.

He died on April 26, 1936 in Saint Vallier.

Approx. overall 5½" high x 11¾" wide x 3¼"
Approx. overall 14cm high x 30cm wide x 8cm

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