- Creator / Artist / Designer:Attributed to J-F Théodore Gechter (1796 - 1844)
- Period:19th Century / 1830 - 1840
- Price:1650 €
- Country of Origin:England
- Dimensions (H x W x D):20 X 29 x 11
- Weight:3 Kg
- Number of components:1
- Style:Classicism, Realism
- Materials:Golden bronze, Silvered bronze
"Horseman and his mount", bronze sculpture with double patina, silver bonze and gilded bronze on wooden base.
First half of the 19th century, 1830/1840.
Good state of conservation, a little penniless in places of wear (see photos details).
Jean-François-Théodore Gechter is a pupil of François Joseph Bosio and Baron Gros. His first exhibition, which took place in 1824, focused on classic and mythological subjects. From 1830 he moved on to smaller sculptures and animal themes. His Fight of Charles Martel, a command of the Ministry of Commerce, is noticed in 1833. Gechter shows his talent for the old scenes, presenting characters with elaborate costumes. He died in 1844.