Bronze sculpture of mother and child executed nicely in an amorphous style. The sculpter is "Azriel Awret" 1910-2010, see the bio below. It weighs 20 lbs. and measures 13 1/2" tall x 6 1/2" wide x 8 " deep. It is very good condition with good applied patina. The bottom is drilled and tapped to accept a base. Azriel Awret was born in Lodz, Poland, and moved to Belgium where he lived in Brussels. He married an Aryan woman, Anna Louisa Bonhiere, which saved him from deportation. But in January 1943 he was interned in Malines camp. Awret was an engineer, so he was given employment as an electrician. While in Malines he met Irène Spicker, who was working in the Mahlerstube (art workshop). They married after the war and moved to Israel, settling in Safed and continuing their artistic activity. Today they divide their time between Israel and the United States. Both husband and wife are deceased.