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Josef Lorenzl Bronze Dancer*
Art Deco cold-painted bronze sculpture of a partially draped young woman stylishly dancing. A truly delightful figure portraying the slender girl standing on tiptoe on one leg while joyously swirling and high kicking. The pose is elegant but full of action, with her hair flying out behind her.
Patinated in a pleasing olive green colour and set on a columnar portoro marble base.
Dating from circa 1925 and signed Lorenzl in the bronze. Also with the foundry seal for Argentor of Vienna.
Total height is approximately 50 cm and the condition is very good with just a little paint loss in one or two places.