Rare sculpture of a dog made by the ceramist Arthur Craco around 1900 in salt stoneware.
Art Nouveau style and period.
Signature and monogram under the base (see photo).
Arthur Craco is a great Belgian sculptor, engraver and ceramist of the Art Nouveau period, his atypical and remarkable work is symbolist. He made his first ceramics in 1896 in the workshop of Omer Coppens. From 1895 onwards, his work was similar to that of Alfred William Finch. He then worked in the factory of Frédéric Horta...
- Artist / Designer:Arthur Craco (1869-1955)
- Signature:Yes, under the base (see images)
- Period:20th Century / ca 1900
- Country of Origin:Belgium
- Dimensions (H x W x D):23cm x 23cm x 30cm
- Weight:5 Kg
- Style:Art Nouveau / Symbolism
- Belgium Delivery:Free
- France Delivery:50€
- Europe Delivery:100€
- Worldwide Delivery:150€
- La Sculpture de en Belgique, Engelen- Mark
- Arthur Craco, précurseur de son temps, Lancz Gallery