Ernesto Bazzaro Bedouin Maternity Bronze Sculpture


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Beautiful Bedouin ‘Maternity’ sculpture designed by Ernesto Bazzaro in 1905. ORIGINAL SIGNATURE.
The statue represents a woman and her child on a camel and is made entirely of bronze and the base is made of marble where the artist’s signature is visible. This work presents the main characteristics of the impressionist sculptor, and is a unique piece, perfect as a collector’s item and to give a classic touch to your living room.


Ernesto Bazzaro was a Milanese artist trained in Brera starting in 1875. He was one of the leading Italian sculptors of the second half of the nineteenth century, close to Impressionism thanks to his disheveled education. He was also the teacher of Paolo Troubetzkoy. He created numerous monumental sculptures for squares, such as the monument to Felice Cavallotti.


Height: 45 cm (17.72 in.)

Width: 55 cm (21.66 in.)

Depth: 20 cm (7.88 in.)


The statue is in good and original vintage condition, slight scratches and light wear consistent with its time and use. Being a VINTAGE item it is possible that it will bear some scratches or defects.



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