Louis Albert Carvin was a French sculptor, born in 1875 and died in 1951. He was known primarily for his sculptures of animals. He worked in bronze, spelter, and terra cotta. Naturally, the bronze sculptures are considered the most valuable, and probably have the greatest appreciation value.
This is an absolutely charming little sculpture. It is well-detailed, typical of the works of Carvin.
Size: 4 1/2" across. 3 1/4" tall. 1 3/4" deep.
Country of Origin: France.
Condition: Good to Very Good. Some green patina. No losses.
Marks: Signed "L Carvin" (on back near tail). "Made in France"
in middle on bottom.
Circa: Early 1900s. Probably Antique.
PLEASE NOTE: Some photos may appear small, but they have been cropped and enlarged to show the signature and marks.
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