Our collection of bronze sculptures is composed of reproductions of famous founders. The statues are with the effigies of animals and characters. These models are usually works of art, which can be seen in a museum or antique dealer.
A bronze sculpture made with lost wax
Worked with the utmost care, our bronze sculptures are made with a metal that is an alloy of copper and metals that constitutes the true bronze. The statuette is first modeled in wax and then covered with terracotta. The metal is cast in a handcrafted way, based on a wax model covered with terracotta.
During casting the bronze replaces the wax model and, constitutes the statuette. The statue is then chiseled, the bronze patina is made.
This ancient technique is called the lost wax method that has been used for millennia BEFORE our era to sink bronze and make the sculpture appear.
Greek and Roman bronze sculptures
The sculptors of the 19th century drew inspiration from the goddesses and gods of ancient mythologies to create their models. The artists make clay moulds and wax models and then make the patina. Most of the statuettes are laid a marble base.
Among the Greek bronze statuettes, you will find a large number of women, often goddesses, such as Athena and Themis the goddess of justice.
The statue the "Flying Mercury" is a bronze sculpture on a black marble pedestal, depicting a naked man ready to fly into Greek mythology, he is the god of commerce and thieves. This statue is sold in our bronze sculpture store.
Later in the 20th century, sculptors created numerous bronze statues of animals and art deco. The sculptor and artist Rodin created the statue of the Thinker.
Our models are faithful reproductions of these art bronzes.
A bronze sculpture of contemporary style woman
For more modern models, you will find contemporary bronzes (after 1850). The bronze statues of women were at that time inspirational models for famous sculptors. Jules Dalou preferred statues of draped women, while Edgar Degas preferred dancers in an impressionist style, such as the bronze "The Little Dancer". While Camille Claudel prefers naked and sensual statuettes.
Find a bronze object 19th century
The 19th century was very rich in sculptors, the best known are Camille Claudel and Auguste Rodin, but during this time there were many artists, who created statues including Barye, Boucher, Carpeaux and many others.
The models of the 19th century are highly sought after statues, the price of ancient bronzes reach large sums.
In the 19th century Barbedienne Ferdinand (1810-1892) created the Barbedienne foundry, which uses the technique of lost wax. The foundry of bronze prints for the greatest artists of the time.
Buying reproductions is a choice that will allow you for a few hundred euros to buy several bronze for cheap and quality. All the sculptures on sale are in stock, the weight shown is that of the package. Delivery is very fast, we ship your parts the same day for orders placed before 11 a.m. or the next morning.