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Stag and Doe by Carvin*
Art Deco bronzed and green patinated art metal stag and doe by Louis-Albert Carvin, titled ‘Cervi’.
Dating from around 1930, this is a fine sculpture that captures the closeness between the pair as the stag, with his very impressive antlers, watches over his doe while she eats.
On a black marble base and measuring overall around 48 X 11 cm with a height of 43.5 cm.
Carvin, born in 1875, was a noted French animalier who regularly exhibited his work in Paris up until 1933.