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Richard Fath Art Deco Bronze Panther*
A very fine cold-painted bronze snarling panther from the highly regarded French animalier Richard Fath.
From the Art Deco period, dating from circa 1935, this striking looking animal is sculpted hugging the ground with his tail swishing behind him.
Set on a naturalistic rocky base and finished in a dark green and almost black colourway, this fine piece is extremely eye-catching.
Fath studied under Boucher in the 1920’s and received an honourable mention in 1925 at the Salon des Artistes Français.
Signed FATH in the stone and approximately 40 cm in overall length.