Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture
Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture

Erte "In the Evening" Bronze Sculpture

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$14,999.00
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$14,999.00

A beautiful and classic Erte Bronze sculpture in superb condition with a beautiful aged bronze and bluish green patina.  This "In The Evening" bronze sculpture is a rare, limited edition Artist Proof and is number 30 of 35 total sculptures produced then all molds were destroyed.

 This fabulous and one of a kind ERTE is exquisite, detailed and when viewed represents both beauty, design and class.  

    Medium:  Bronze
    Dimensions:  20"h x 9"l x 7"w @ 15lbs
    Year Produced:  1980
    Edition:  30/35 ~ Artist Proof
    Hand Signed:  Erte signature on the base

Father of Art Deco: Romain de Tirtoff was born Roman Petrovich Tyrtov in St. Petersburg, Russian Empire, to a distinguished family with roots tracing back to 1548. His father, Pyotr Ivanovich Tyrtov, was a Russian Fleet Admiral . In 1910-12 Erte, Romain moved to Paris, France, to pursue a career as a designer. This decision was made over strong objections from his father, who wanted Romaine to continue the family tradition and become a naval officer. Erte assumed his pseudonym to avoid disgracing the family. In 1915 he got his first substantial contract with Harper's Bazaar magazine, and went on to an illustrious career that included designing costumes and stage sets.