Bedouin Maternity Bronze Sculpture by Ernesto Bazzaro, 1905
The Bedouin Maternity sculpture by Ernesto Bazzaro represent a woman and her child on a camel. Is made of bronze and the base is made of marble where you can see the artist's signature. This work presents the main characteristics of an impressionist sculptor, this is a unique piece, perfect as a collector's item and to give a classic touch to your living room.
Ernesto Bazzaro was a Milanese artist trained in Brera starting in 1875. He was one of the leading Italian sculptors of the second half of the nineteenth century, close to Impressionism thanks to his disheveled education. He was also the teacher of Paolo Troubetzkoy. He created numerous monumental sculptures for squares, such as the monument to Felice Cavallotti.
Height: 45 cm (17.72 in.)
Width: 55 cm (21.66 in.)
Depth: 20 cm (7.88 in.)
Condition: good condition. Minor losses.