Barbedienne purchased 125 casting models from the late Antoine-Louis Barye's sale in 1876.enjoyed a revival during the 1860s, under the rule of Napoleon III. 68,2CM View additional info Ferdinand Barbedienne (French 1810-1892) A large Neo-Grec 24K Gold Gilt Bronze & Cloisonne Enamel Decorated Onyx Parisian Jardiniere SIGNED/Dated 1864 - This piece is made of onyx, and the bronze mountings and base have a 24k yellow gold vibrant gilt. He was President of the "Reunion of Bronze Makers" in 1865, and created the finest pieces. le Docteur Blache souvenir d'affectueuse reconnaissance M. Collas Breveté’Height: 55.5 cm The bronze miniature ‘Diana of Gabii’ was casted after the antique marble model Condition: The figure is in good condition. In 1839 he associated with the engineer Achille Collas (1795-1859) and founded the company 'Collas et Barbedienne'. View additional info French Art nouveau pair of Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE gilded bronze cloisonné enamelled dishes Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892)Paire de plats ronds en émail cloisonné à décorpolychrome d'oiseaux, papillons et feuillages surfond bleu profond dans une monture en bronzedoré. Ornate Candlesticks SIGNED/DATED *RARE*-Ferdinand Barbedienne was a French Metalworker and great manufacturer. View additional info and full condition report Bronze, patinated Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) – French bronze founder Execution: Société Collas et Barbedienne, Paris (1838-1952) – French bronze foundry, established by Ferdinand Barbedienne and Achille Collas On the left of the plinth inscribed ‘F. FONDEUR.‘, and right on the rear of the plinth with patent label ‘Reduction Mecanique A. Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) Ferdinand Barbedienne was one of the most important bronze foundrymen active in France in the 19th century.They barely survived the French revolution and financial collapse of 1848 which caused many artists and foundries to declare bankruptcy.
They combine tôle, enamelled or painted sheet metal (here painted blue) and ormolu or gilt-bronze from the French ormoulu meaning ‘powdered gold’.Before you invest hundreds of dollars in an authentication investigation, consider our Preliminary Opinion service.For 0, it is the most economical approach to get an initial opinion about the authenticity of your artwork.With a workforce of some 300 skilled labourers, the firm was responsible for casting many of Paris and the nation's public monuments, interior decorations and architectural bronzes.The foundry also employed its own modellers such as Carrier-Belleuse and Clesinger, producing in addition to bronzes, silverware and reproduction furniture particularly in the Renaissance and Louis XVI styles. These candlesticks are of the highest quality, and feature a stunning repousse detail. Estimated retail value: 00-00 (YOU WILL NEVER SEE PIECES LIKE THIS AGAIN) View additional info Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) Plateau en bronze doré A décor d'émaux cloisonnés filigranés en métal doré partiellement ajouré. The focus of the manufactory was the selling of bronze miniatures of antique Greek and Roman sculpture. After the death of his partner in 1859, Barbedienne extended his activities towards the casting of monumental bronzes. Ferdinand BARBEDIENNE (1810-1892) & DAUM Grande lampe à poser à structure en bronze doré, représentant à la base un oiseau couronné enserré par de larges et hautes volutes végétales, se terminant en composition florale maintenant quatre bobèches inférieures, deux bobèches supérieures et un calice central en verre marmoré en turquoise et blanc sur fond satiné, base quadrangulée en marbre vert de mer reposant sur un socle en bronze doré. Measures: A similar piece sold at Sotheby's for ,000, and it was not dated. His works are highly sought after, and his pieces are very hard to come by. His works sell from 5,000-0,000 (depending on the period, and the piece). et Mme Emile Ginot, et marqué à l'acide de façon manuscrite : "Légué à Gaston par son grand père". 28 cm View additional info PATINATED BRONZE BARBEDIENNE FIGURE OF THE SATYR OF PRAXITELES; after the antique; inscribed MONI ICENTIA SS DNI, E. The patina with minimal surface abrasion in places. One minimal bumping can be found verso on the dress. Société Collas et Barbedienne (1838-1952)The French bronze founder Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) and the engineer and engraver Achille Collas (1795-1859) founded the bronze foundry ‘Société Collas et Barbedienne’ in 1838 in Paris. At the beginning they specialized in small-sized bronze casts that reproduced the works of contemporary artists, as well as of ancient Greek and Roman masters.Among the many subjects reproduced by the foundry were famous pieces after Michelangelo, Coyzevox, copies after the Antique as well as those by nineteenth century sculptors such as the animalier A-L Barye, David d'Angers and the latter's pupil Armand Toussaint.Barbedienne's bronze foundry, which opened in 1839 soon became the most technically advance of its kind.Together they started a business selling bronze reductions of antique sculptures of Greek and Roman origin in the museums of Europe, thus making fine sculptures more accessible to art lovers.Their first contract to produce bronzes modeled by a living artist was made in 1843 when they arranged to produce the works of Francois Rude.