- Creator / Artist / Designer:Freddy Wybaux (1906-1977)
- Signature / Monogram:Signed "F.Wybaux"
- Period:20th Century / about 1935
- Country of Origin:Belgium
- Dimensions (H x W x D):27 x 71 x 23 cm
- Weight:15 Kg
- Style:Art Deco
- Belgium Delivery:Free
- International Delivery:On request
Important single piece (71cm) by the artist Freddy Wybaux in direct carving on wood.
Figurative sculpture dating from the 1930s representing a woman with a child in the typical Art Deco spirit and style.
In perfect condition
Freddy Wybaux is an important Belgian sculptor who marked the Art Deco era as well as the 50s, 60s, 70s in Belgium in a spirit then abstract.
He was born in Molenbeek-Saint-Jean (Brussels) in 1906 and died in Liège in 1977,
Trained at the academies of fine arts in Liège and Antwerp, Freddy Wybaux teaches at the Seraing Technical School and at the Liège Academy of Fine Arts. He was the husband of the painter Éva Herbiet.
Among the artist's monumental works we will note:
- Relief on the facade of the Palais des Congrès in Liège.
- Reliefs, on the facade of building no.50, avenue Blonden in Liège.
- Reliefs on the facade of the Public Social Action Center (CPAS), Place Saint-Jacques in Liège.
- The Green Angel at the Sart Tilman Open Air Museum in Liège.
He sculpts in the minds of Belgian artists such as Emiel Poetou, Jozef Cantré, Henri Purvez, Willy Anthoons or. again Bernard Callie,