Bronze Sculpture of Iris

Large Incredible French Bronze Sculpture from Eugene Victor Cherrier

Large Rare French Bronze Sculpture from Eugene Victor Cherrier (French, Late 19th – Early 20th Centuries) | Patinated Bronze Statue | Depicts Greek Mythological Figure of Iris presented as a winged female emerging from the ocean | Measures 36.5″h x 24.5″w x 18.5″d.

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  • Large Rare French Bronze Sculpture from Eugene Victor Cherrier (French, Late 19th – Early 20th Centuries) | Patinated Bronze Statue | Depicts Greek Mythological Figure of Iris presented as a winged female emerging from the ocean | Iris is said to be the personification of the rainbow, which is were we get the word Iridescence, a phenomenon where some surfaces appear to change color when viewed from differing angles | Measures 36.5″h x 24.5″w x 18.5″d.

  • Weight

    75lb.

    Height

    37.5"

    Width

    24"

    Depth

    18.5"

    Weight

    75lb.

    Height

    37.5"

    Width

    24"

    Depth

    18.5"

    Date

    19th Century, 20th Century

    Medium

    Bronze

    Origin

    France