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Bronze Figurine Signed by E. Picault -- the 19th Century

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Item features Bronze Figurine Signed by E. Picault -- the 19th Century

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84 cm

Bronze Figurine Signed by E. Picault

We present you this big, full-figure figurine with the depiction of a man standing on a round

 base. The man bears a sword at the height of his waist, a book under his arm, and a lantern in his hand.

There is a signature of the artist, E. Picault at the top of the base. On its frame,

a brass plate with the engraved title of the work “Escholier 14th Siecle” can be found, which means  

“A 14th-century pupil/student.”

On the other side of the frame, there is a stamped mark with an indication of the material: “Vrai bronze”

(“True bronze”).


Émile Louis Picault (24 August 1833 - 1915) was a French sculptor. He was mostly known for this works depicting various allegoric and patriotic themes, and mythological heroes. Picault was a very prolific artist. During his long career as a sculptor, he created more than 500 models in total. He began exhibiting his works from 1863. He signed most of his works as “E. Picault.”


THE AUTHENTICITY (period of origin, type of material used in the manufacture) has been

confirmed by an experienced expert in vintage and antique items.

The Antique Beauty company issues a CERTIFICATE

OF EXHIBITOR on presented item, which confirms the authenticity,

legal origin, and the approximate date and place of the item manufacture.


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