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Trio of Dancers by Bruno Zach*
Instantly eyecatching green patinated bronze figural group by Bruno Zach dating from the late twenties to early thirties. This is the Art Deco artist’s take on The Three Graces.
Three slender young dancing girls, each carrying a posy of flowers, are joined together by the long garland they are holding. Their movement is not synchronized, rather they are moving together but at the same time independently of one another, each therefore being modelled in a slightly different pose.
The long, figure-hugging dresses they are wearing have just the right look and add to the great atmosphere of this fine sculpture.
Signed B. Zach on the edge of the bronze socle and mounted on a rectangular verdigris marble base.
Total width is approximately 37 cm and the maximum height around 34 cm.