This sculpture is in perfect condition. Any fan of crazy years, jazz and f. Scott fitzgerald will love this great flapper. They were considered the "new race" of young women. The inconvenient youth displayed "unacceptable behaviour".
Unacceptable to smoke, drink, make love and. The end of the First World War gave birth to these free spirits in love with celebration, swing dance and freedom. This wise girl can't help doing the charleston even though she's already taken off her heels for the night. Her hair cut squarely wraps under her roaring hat of the 1920s, which was a popular style of jazz-obsessed era.
Her dress sparkles as she moves. It's a brown and golden patina. A matching brown belt wraps around its back.
100% bronze and handmade, this sculpture was cast according to the "lost wax method" and mounted on a marble base and is signed by Td Guirande. This item is in the category "art, antiques\art of xxe, contemporary\sculptures, statues". The seller is "classy_bronze" and is located in this country: us.
This item can be shipped to the following country: whole world.