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A. Mercié, David beats Goliath, Bronze, Barbedienne, 19th C.

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Description: Bronze, dark-brown patinedFrance, late 19th centuryAntonin Mercié (1845-1916) – French sculptor and painterMarked on the plinth “A. Mercié”Stamped in a medal on the reverse RÉDUCTION MECANIQUE A. COLLAS BREVETÉ, marked at the border „F. Barbedienne Fondeur“Titled David in Hebrew - דוד- at the front sideHeight: 91 cmGood conditionA small version of the original bronze sculpture, which can be found in the Musée d'Orsay in ParisThe sculpture of David from Antonin Mercié was created around 1872 and can be found today in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. It was being so widely admired at this point, that the foundry Barbedienne decided to produce it in six smaller sizes, one of which is in this auction.Condition:The bronze sculpture is in a good condition with only slight, hardly visible age traces. It measures 91 cm in height.Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) & Achille Collas (1795-1859)Ferdinand Barbedienne was one of the most important bronze foundrymen active in France in the 19th century. In 1839 he associated with the engineer Achille Collas (1795-1859) and founded the company ‘Collas et Barbedienne’. At the beginning they specialized in small-sized bronze casts that reproduced the works of contemporary artists, as well as of ancient Greek and Roman masters. After the death of his partner in 1859, Barbedienne extended his activities towards the casting of monumental bronzes. The company developed into a flourishing business that successfully produced for mainly export markets, since 1870. The outstanding quality of his production was repeatedly rewarded at the universal exhibition, including, for instance, the Grande Médaille d'Honneur in Paris, 1855. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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Antonin Mercie (FR 1845-1916) David & Goliath bronze

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Description: Antonin Mercie (FR 1845-1916), David & Goliath cast bronze. Depicting David standing on the head of Goliath. Signed "A. Mercie" with a "Reduction Mecanique" foundry stamp and marked F. Barbedienne Fondeur on the edge of the base. 17.25" tall in very good original condition.

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Life-sized Bronze, David after Combat, A. Mercié, 19th/20th C.

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Description: Bronze, patinatedwohl France, 19./20th CenturyMarius Jean Antonin Mercié (1845-1916) - French sculptor and painterSigned in the cast ‘A. Mercié’ on the plinthThe winning David, the severed head of Goliath lying to his feetOverall height: circa 176 cmEbonized wooden base: 62 x 60 x 63.5 cmGood overall conditionWith his David, Antonin Mercie succeeded his artistic breakthrough at the Paris Salon; it is considered one of his most famous works. A signed version is at the Musée d'Orsay in ParisEstimate by Auctionata Expert: 9,000 EuroCondition:The bronze is in good overall condition, showing some abrasion of the patination and oxidation marks to the base. The wooden base shows clear signs of usage. The total height of the statue is about 176 cm, and the base measures 62 x 60 x 63.5 cm. Antonin Mercié (1845-1916)Antonin Mercié studied at the École des Beaux-Arts under Alexandre Falguière and François Jouffroy. After his artistic breakthrough, he also worked as a professor for drawing and sculpture at the École des Beaux Arts. In 1891 he became a member of the Académie Française, and from 1913 he was president of the Société des Artistes Français. In the United States, there are three well-known monuments of the sculptor, an equestrian statie of Robert E. Lee in Richmond, Virginia, the statue of the Marquis de Lafayette on the Lafayette Square in Washington (a collaboration with Falguière), and the Francis Scott Key Memorial in Baltimore, Maryland. (cko) Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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David Vainqeur Goliath Bronze Sculpture

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Description: David Vainqeur Goliath Bronze Sculpture By Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie. French bronze figure of David with the head of goliath - "David Vainqeur Goliath" cast from the model by Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie (1845-1916), late 19th century. Dark brown patinated bronze. Please see P. Kjellberg, Les Bronzes Su XIXe Siecle, Paris, 1989, p.490. Marked - A. Mercie. Height - 70cm / 27.55in. Weight - 11620gr / 373.6oz. Height - 70cm / 27.55in. Weight - 11620gr / 373.6oz.

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Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle

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Description: Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle, a gold gilt bronze figure of David reshealthing his sword after be-heading Goliath. His right foot is standing on the severed head.<BR>Signed A. Mercie as well as F. Barbedienne Founder France.<BR>Height 29 inches.

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David Vainqeur Goliath Bronze Sculpture

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Description: By Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie. French bronze figure of David with the head of goliath - "David Vainqeur Goliath" cast from the model by Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie (1845-1916), late 19th century. Dark brown patinated bronze. Please see P. Kjellberg, Les Bronzes Su XIXe Siecle, Paris, 1989, p.490. Marked - A. Mercie. Height - 70cm / 27.55in. Weight - 11620gr / 373.6oz.

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Antonin MERCIÉ (1845 -1916) David Vainqueur de Goliath  Épreuve en bronze à

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Description: Antonin MERCIÉ (1845 -1916) David Vainqueur de Goliath Épreuve en bronze à patine brune et dorée, signée en creux sur la terrasse" Haut.: 61,5 cm

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Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle

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Description: Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle, a gold gilt bronze figure of David reshealthing his sword after be-heading Goliath. His right foot is standing on the severed head.Signed A. Mercie as well as F. Barbedienne Founder France.Height 29 inches.

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After Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie (French, 1845-1916), david vainqueur, Bronze, dark brown patina, modeled as a semi-nude figure sheathi

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Description: After Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie (French, 1845-1916) david vainqueur Bronze, dark brown patina, modeled as a semi-nude figure sheathing his sword, his foot resting on Goliath's head, raised on a cast circular base, inscribed 'A. Mercie'. H: 24 1/4 in.

Condition Report: - good appearance - minor wear to patina at torso - sword is slightly bent Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Freeman's Conditions of Sale.

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Mercié Marius Jean Antonin - DAVID THE CONQUEROR, patinated bronze

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Description: Mercié Marius Jean Antonin - DAVID THE CONQUEROR, - 92 x 0cm - patinated bronze

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Antonin MERCIÉ (1845 - 1916)

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Description: Antonin MERCIÉ (1845 - 1916) David Vainqueur de Goliath Épreuve en bronze à patine brune et dorée, signée en creux sur la terrasse Haut.: 61,5 cm

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ANTONIN MERCIE (1845-1916) & BARBEDIENNE

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Description: David terrassant Goliath Sculpture en bronze à patine brune signée sur la terrarsse Marque sur le socle "F. Barbedienne Fondeur" H : 45 cm (quelques oxydations)

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Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle

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Description: Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle, a gold gilt bronze figure of David reshealthing his sword after be-heading Goliath. His right foot is standing on the severed head.Signed A. Mercie as well as F. Barbedienne Founder France.Height 29 inches.

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MARIUS JEAN ANTONIN MERCIE (1845-1916) David & Goliath Statuette en bronze Signé sur la terrasse et cachet de réduction mécanique A

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Description: MARIUS JEAN ANTONIN MERCIE (1845-1916) David & Goliath Statuette en bronze Signé sur la terrasse et cachet de réduction mécanique A. Colas (Usures à la patine) HAUT. 60 cm

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MARIUS JEAN ANTONIN MERCIÉ (FRANCIA, 1845 - 1916). GLORIA VICTIS. Fundición en bronce, patinada en color marrón. 92.5 cm de altura.

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Description: MARIUS JEAN ANTONIN MERCIÉ (FRANCIA, 1845 - 1916) GLORIA VICTIS. Fundición en bronce, patinada en color marrón, con sello "Reduction Mecanique A. Collas Brevete", firmado. Detalles de estructura. Dimensión: 92.5 cm de altura.

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MARIUS JEAN ANTONIN MERCIÉ (FRANCIA, 1845 - 1916). QVAND MEME. Fundición en bronce, patinada en color marrón. 83.5 cm de altura.

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Description: MARIUS JEAN ANTONIN MERCIÉ (FRANCIA, 1845 - 1916) QVAND MEME. Fundición en bronce, patinada en color marrón, firmado. Dimensión: 83.5 cm de altura.

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David  &  Goliath by Marius Jean Antois Mercie

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Description: "David & Goliath" done by Marius Jean Antois Mercie (French: 1845-1916) is the great Old Testament depiction of King David slaying the giant Goliath. Goliath's severed head lays at the feet of David who is lowering his sword, into the sheath which David is carrying on his wrist. Signed on the bottom of the base, "Mercie". BBL: Stock: Gauge: Finish: Grips: Serial Number:

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MARIUS-JEAN-ANTONIN MERCIÉ, GLORIA VICTIS, BRONZE

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Description: MARIUS-JEAN-ANTONIN MERCIÉ, (FRENCH, 1845(8)-1916) 'GLORIA VICTIS' signed A. Mercie, incribed F. Barbedienne Fondeur Paris with the Achille Collas pastille parcel gilt and patinated bronze

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Antonin MERCIÉ (Toulouse, 1845 - Paris, 1916) Sculpteur, assis chez lui en octobre 1908

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Description: Antonin MERCIÉ (Toulouse, 1845 - Paris, 1916) Sculpteur, assis chez lui en octobre 1908 Épreuve d'époque sur papier citrate Mention à la mine de plomb au dos : "Mercié" 11,8 x 17,3 cm En 1868, il remporte le prix de Rome. Ses premiers grands succès sont David et Gloria Victis, présentés au Salon de Paris de 1872 où ils reçoivent la médaille d'honneur

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Antonin MERCIÉ (1845-1916) Gloria Victis. Bronze à patine brune et dorée, signée

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Description: Antonin MERCIÉ (1845-1916) Gloria Victis. Bronze à patine brune et dorée, signée et désignée. Barbedienne fondeur. H. 108 cm (Epée tordue).

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ANTONIN MERCIÉ (1845-1916)

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Description: ANTONIN MERCIÉ (1845-1916) David et Goliath Bronze à patine brun clair. Signé sur la terrasse: A Mercié, marque F. Barbedienne fondeur et cachet de réduction mécanique A. Colas. A patinated bronze figure of David and Goliath. Signed and stamped. HAUT. 74cm - 29 1/8 IN.

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Antonin MERCIÉ  David vainqueur David the conqueror. Sculpture, bronze with dark brown patina. Marks on the base.  Inscribed on the base : A. Mercié, On the side : F. BARBEDIENNE Founder in Paris and stamp mechanical reduction Collas. Ht. : 94 cm.

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Description: Antonin MERCIÉ David vainqueurDavid the conqueror.Sculpture, bronze with dark brown patina.Marks on the base. Inscribed on the base : A. Mercié, On the side : F. BARBEDIENNE Founder in Paris and stamp mechanical reduction Collas.Ht. : 94 cm.Antonin MERCIÉ David vainqueurBronze à patine brun-foncé (traces d'assemblage aux avant-bras), sur la terrasse : A. Mercié, sur le côté : F. BARBEDIENNE fondeur Paris et cachet réduction mécanique Collas.Ht. : 94 cm.THE AUCTIONEER IS ONLY RESPONSIBLE FOR THE FRENCH INFORMATION PROVIDED BY THIS CATALOGUE. THE ENGLISH TRANSLATION IS COURTESY TO THE ENGLISH SPEAKERS

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Mercie, Marius Jean Antonin (French 1845-1916) Bronze

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Description: Mercie, Marius Jean Antonin (French 1845-1916) David Avant Le Combat. Bronze Statute Of David Half Nude in Turban and scarf w/ discarded bag at his feet, pictured prior to toppling Goliath with his sling and rock. Signed A. Mercie with Foundary Mark F. Barbedienne Fondeut Paris. An early casting (19th Century) as referenced by Berman Vol. I with 31 1/2" being the original edition by F. Barbedienne. Fine details to fingers and toes. Measures 10 x 11 x 32.5 inches Shipping Estimate: Quote Upon Request

Condition Report: Beautiful rich patina, evenly toned. Wear to two areas of back, visible in image 4 (contrast appears a little higher in images. No other condition issues.

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ANTONIN MERCIE  (1845-1916)  David   Sculpture en bronze à patine brun clair  Fonte Barbédienne Fondeur Paris   Signée sur la base   Dimensions : H.47.5 cm    ANTONIN MERCIE  (1845-1916)  SCULTPURE IN LIGHT BROWN  BRONZE PATINA  SIGNED ON THE BASE

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Description: ANTONIN MERCIE (1845-1916)David Sculpture en bronze à patine brun clairFonte Barbédienne Fondeur Paris Signée sur la base Dimensions : H.47.5 cmANTONIN MERCIE (1845-1916)SCULTPURE IN LIGHT BROWN BRONZE PATINASIGNED ON THE BASE

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ANTONIN MERCIE (1845-1916): DAVID VAINQUEUR

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Description: ANTONIN MERCIE (1845-1916): DAVID VAINQUEUR a patinated bronze figure of the young man sheathing his sword, his foot on Goliath's head, signed in the bronze A. MERCIÉ, Collas reduction roundel, inscribed F. BARBEDIENNE FOUNDEUR 46cm high

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MERCIE Antonin (1845 - 1916). «David et Goliath ». Bronze  à patine médaille. Signé sur la terrasse. H. 91 cm. Contre socle en marbre rouge. /29.

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Description: MERCIE Antonin (1845 - 1916). «David et Goliath ». Bronze  à patine médaille. Signé sur la terrasse. H. 91 cm. Contre socle en marbre rouge. /29.

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Paul Marsan dit DORNAC (1858-1941) Antonin MERCIÉ, sculpteur (Toulouse, 1845 - Paris, 1916)

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Description: Paul Marsan dit DORNAC (1858-1941) Antonin MERCIÉ, sculpteur (Toulouse, 1845 - Paris, 1916) en octobre 1908 Épreuve d'époque sur papier citrate. Mention à la mine de plomb au dos : "Mercié". 12 x 17,1 cm (4.7 x 6.7 in.) En 1868, il remporte le Prix de Rome. Ses premiers grands succès sont "David" et "Gloria Victis", présentés au Salon de Paris de 1872 où ils recoivent la médaille d'honneur.

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MERCIE Antonin (d'après) 1845 - 1916. « Allégorie de la fortune ». Bronze à patine médaille signé sur le globe. Fondeur Thiebaut frères Paris. H. 87 cm

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Description: MERCIE Antonin (d'après) 1845 - 1916. « Allégorie de la fortune ». Bronze à patine médaille signé sur le globe. Fondeur Thiebaut frères Paris. H. 87 cm

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Antonin Mercie

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Description: David Vainquer36 1 /2" high bronzeestimate 1500/2500

Condition Report: some verde gris to top of head, sword slightly bent

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Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle

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Description: Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle, a gold gilt bronze figure of David reshealthing his sword after be-heading Goliath. His right foot is standing on the severed head.Signed A. Mercie as well as F. Barbedienne Founder France.Height 29 inches.

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ANTONIN MERCIé (1845-1916) DAVID VAINQUEUR VICTORIOUS DAVID Épreuve en bronze à patine brune inscrite sur la terrasse. Fondeur Barbe...

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Description: ANTONIN MERCIé (1845-1916) DAVID VAINQUEUR VICTORIOUS DAVID Épreuve en bronze à patine brune inscrite sur la terrasse. Fondeur Barbedienne et cachet réduction mécanique de A. Collas breveté. Numérotée CH.C. XVI. (Léger en foncement sur la base et usure de la patine au bras). HAUT. 76,5 cm (H.30 in.)

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Antonin MERCIÉ (1845-1916)

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Description: Antonin MERCIÉ (1845-1916) David vainqueur de Goliath Bronze signé - F.Barbedienne Fondeur H.62 cm

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ANTONIN MERCIE: MONUMENTAL BRONZE OF GLORIA VICTIS 1875

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Description: MARIUS-JEAN-ANTONIN MERCIE, 'GLORIA VICTIS', A MONUMENTAL PATINATED AND GILT FIGURAL BRONZE late 19th century, the plaster model executed 1874, cast in bronze by Barbedienne shortly after, signed 'A. MERCIE' on the base, titled and impressed 'F. BARBEDIENNE, Fondeur. Paris', on the circular plinth. Height 6 ft.(approx.) MARIUS-JEAN-ANTONIN MERCIE (French, 1845-1916) The offered bronze 'Gloria Victis' is recognized by most to be Jean-Antonin Mercie's best known sculpture. The work received great acclaim and won a medal of Honor when the plaster model was exhibited at the Paris Salon of 1874. The plaster model for 'Gloria Victis" was purchased by the City of Paris. From it's presentation in 1874 through the present day, "Gloria Victis', has always been highly admired for it's aesthetic appeal and it's patriotic recognition of heroism in defeat. LITERATURE: Catalaogue des Bronze D'Art F. Barbedienne, Chicago, 1886, p. 48 J. Cooper, Nineteenth-Century Romantic Bronzes, Boston, 1975, p. P. Fusco and H.W. Janson, The Romantics to Rodin , Los Angeles County Museum, Los Angeles, 1980, pp. 304-6 38 H. Berman, Bronzes, Sculptors & Founders 1800-1930, Chicago, 1977, vol. 3, p. 615 Exhibition catalogue, Sheperd Gallery Associates, New York, Spring 1985, p. 154.R. Dorment, Alfred Gilbert, Sculptor and Goldsmith, London, 1986, p. 101P. Kjellberg, Les Bronzés du XIXe Siècle, Paris, 1989, p. 489

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ANTONIN MERCIE (France, 1845-1916) -

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Description: ANTONIN MERCIE (France, 1845-1916) - "Dalila", cast bronze with gold painted highlights, titled on front (re: Samson et Delila), signed on bottom of bust "Mercie, Rome, 1871" and marked by foundry "F. Barbidienne, Fondeur". Roughly 28" x 18" x 13". Good condition, one bit of headdress is slightly loose.

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Antonin MERCIÉ (1845-1916) Gloria victis. Groupe

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Description: Antonin MERCIÉ (1845-1916) Gloria victis. Groupe en bronze à patine médaile et or. Sur une sellette en bois. Signé. Cachet du fondeur Barbedienne. H. : 93 cm

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MARIUS JEAN ANTONIN MERCIE, (French, 1845-1916), L'ALMEE and DANSE DU SABRE, bronze, height of the taller: 16 3/4 in.

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Description: MARIUS JEAN ANTONIN MERCIE (French, 1845-1916) L'ALMEE and DANSE DU SABRE bronze Goupil & Cie., Paris, founder height of the taller: 16 3/4 in. Other Notes: The figures are inspired by two Jean-L?on G?r?me paintings, L'Alm?e (1863) and Danse du Sabre Chez un Pacha (1875, now lost). They were the product of the partnership between fine art dealer Adolphe Goupil (1806-1893) and the noted French sculptor Antonin Merci? (1845-1916).

Condition Report: Overall good condition; sword in figure's hand slightly bent.

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Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle

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Description: Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle, a gold gilt bronze figure of David reshealthing his sword after be-heading Goliath. His right foot is standing on the severed head.Signed A. Mercie as well as F. Barbedienne Founder France.Height 29 inches.

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After Marius Jean Antonin Mercie (French, 1843-1916). A large patinated bronze figure of David with head of Goliath, 29in.

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Description: After Marius Jean Antonin Mercie (French, 1843-1916). A large patinated bronze figure of David with head of Goliath, on a circular base, signed A Mercie, 29in.

Condition Report: Descriptions provided in both printed and on-line catalogue formats do not include condition reports. The absence of a condition statement does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free from wear and tear, imperfections or the effects of aging. Interested bidders are strongly encouraged to request a condition report on any lots upon which they intend to bid, prior to placing a bid. All transactions are governed by Gorringes Conditions of Sale.

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Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie (French 1845-1916), David Avant Le Combat

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Description: Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie (French 1845-1916) David Avant Le Combat Signed Mercie and F. Barbedienne Fondeur on base Bronze sculpture with dark-brown patina. Small dent to front of base. Height: 31-1/2 in (80 cm)Property from an Eastern Shore Estate

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Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie (French 1845-1916), David Vainqueur

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Description: Marius-Jean-Antonin Mercie (French 1845-1916) David Vainqueur Signed A. Mercie and F. Barbedienne Fondeur with RÉDUCTION MECANIQUE A. COLLAS BREVETÉ medallion on base; also titled David in Hebrew on base Bronze sculpture with medium-brown patina Height: 28-1/2 in (72.4 cm)Property from an Eastern Shore Estate

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Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle

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Description: Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle, a gold gilt bronze figure of David reshealthing his sword after be-heading Goliath. His right foot is standing on the severed head.Signed A. Mercie as well as F. Barbedienne Founder France.Height 29 inches.

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Antonin MERCIE (1845-1916)   David vainqueur de Goliath   Groupe en bronze à patine brune sur une colonne d'onyx   Hauteur totale : 198 cm - Hauteur bronze : 93 cm

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Description: Antonin MERCIE (1845-1916) David vainqueur de Goliath Groupe en bronze à patine brune sur une colonne d'onyx Hauteur totale : 198 cm - Hauteur bronze : 93 cm

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Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle

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Description: Antonin Mercie (French, 1854-1916) David after Battle, a gold gilt bronze figure of David reshealthing his sword after be-heading Goliath. His right foot is standing on the severed head.Signed A. Mercie as well as F. Barbedienne Founder France.Height 29 inches.

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A. Mercié, David beats Goliath, Bronze, Barbedienne, 19th C.

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Description: Bronze, dark-brown patinedFrance, late 19th centuryAntonin Mercié (1845-1916) – French sculptor and painterMarked on the plinth “A. Mercié”Stamped in a medal on the reverse RÉDUCTION MECANIQUE A. COLLAS BREVETÉ, marked at the border „F. Barbedienne Fondeur“Titled David in Hebrew - דוד- at the front sideHeight: 91 cmGood conditionA small version of the original bronze sculpture, which can be found in the Musée d'Orsay in ParisEstimate by Auctionata Expert: 10,000 EuroThe sculpture of David from Antonin Mercié was created around 1872 and can be found today in the Musée d'Orsay in Paris. It was being so widely admired at this point, that the foundry Barbedienne decided to produce it in six smaller sizes, one of which is in this auction.Condition:The bronze sculpture is in a good condition with only slight, hardly visible age traces. It measures 91 cm in height.Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) & Achille Collas (1795-1859)Ferdinand Barbedienne was one of the most important bronze foundrymen active in France in the 19th century. In 1839 he associated with the engineer Achille Collas (1795-1859) and founded the company ‘Collas et Barbedienne’. At the beginning they specialized in small-sized bronze casts that reproduced the works of contemporary artists, as well as of ancient Greek and Roman masters. After the death of his partner in 1859, Barbedienne extended his activities towards the casting of monumental bronzes. The company developed into a flourishing business that successfully produced for mainly export markets, since 1870. The outstanding quality of his production was repeatedly rewarded at the universal exhibition, including, for instance, the Grande Médaille d'Honneur in Paris, 1855. Shipping costs excl. statutory VAT and plus 2,5% (+VAT) shipping insurance.

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NON VENU - WITHDRAWN

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Description: NON VENU - WITHDRAWN Marius-Jean-Antonin MERCIE (1845-1916) Sculpture en bronze à patine brune représentant David avant le combat par BARBEDIENNE Fondeur Paris. Reproduction mécanique A. Collas Breveté Haut. : 48 cm (petites usures)

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JEAN-ANTONIN MERCIE (French 1845-1916) 'Gloria Victis', patinated bronze sculpture, signed A. Mercie, F. Barbedienne Fondeur, and 'Reduction Mecanique A. Collas Brevete' and titled 'Gloria Victis' on front of base. Condition: no visible defects, age

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Description: JEAN-ANTONIN MERCIE (French 1845-1916) 'Gloria Victis', patinated bronze sculpture, signed A. Mercie, F. Barbedienne Fondeur, and 'Reduction Mecanique A. Collas Brevete' and titled 'Gloria Victis' on front of base. Condition: no visible defects, age appropriate wear. Height: 36 1/2''. Mercie exhibited a full size plaster model of this sculpture in the Salon of 1874 winning the Medaille d'Honneur. It was purchased by the city of Paris and erected as a public monument. Reductions were cast and exhibited at the Exposition Universelle in 1878 by Barbedienne. Provenance: purchased at Sotheby's in the 1990's.

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AFTER ANTONIN MERCIE (1845-1916) BRONZE SCULPTURE,

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Description: A circa 1900 bronze sculpture with brown patina, the title 'David Le Vainqueur (David The Conqueror)' depicts David standing with drawn sword and one foot on the vanqushed Goliath's head. Signed on the base and marked F. Barbedienne Fondeur. Measures 35.5 inches. Provenance: The Joseph Candioto Trust. We ship in-house for all items with the exception of very large and or very fragile pieces and some international shipments.

Condition Report: Very good condition with excellent original brown patina. There are no issues of damage, repair, oxidation or wear.

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Antonin MERCIE (1845-1916) « David avant le combat » Bronze à patine brune. Signé Mercié sur la terrasse. Inscription « F. Barbedi...

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Description: Antonin MERCIE (1845-1916)« David avant le combat »Bronze à patine brune.Signé Mercié sur la terrasse.Inscription « F. Barbedienne Fondeur Paris »Haut. : 48 cm

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ANTONIN MERCIE (1854-1916) David Bronze à patine médaille figurant David rengainant son épée, le pied sur la tête de Goliath. Font...

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Description: ANTONIN MERCIE (1854-1916)DavidBronze à patine médaille figurant David rengainant son épée, le pied sur la tête de Goliath.Fonte signée sur la terrasse ronde ouvragée marquée F. Barbedienne Fondeur Paris.Haut. : 111 cm Avec la guerre de 1870 et la défaite du pays, la société française est gagnée par un sentiment d'humiliation et le désir de revanche. Un tel état d'esprit fait voirdans ce David la promesse d'une France qui un jour terrassera, malgré sa faiblesse, le Goliath prussien, à l'image du jeune berger d'Israël qui, avec la seule aidede sa fronde, abattit le géant ennemi. Aussi la sculpture a-t'elle immédiatement un immense succès : le plâtre exécuté à Rome, où le jeune artiste finit sa formation,lui vaut la Légion d'honneur, et est commandé en bronze par l'Etat en 1872, puis placé au musée du Luxembourg - le musée des artistes vivants - dès 1874.

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After M. J. Antonin Mercie (French, 1845-1916)

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Description: After M. J. Antonin Mercie (French, 1845-1916) David Vainqueur, also known as David After the Combat, Cast bronze sculpture with brown patina H:180cm. Signed lower right

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