Herbert Haseltine (1877-1962) Horse Bronze... - Lot 116 - Crait + Müller

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Herbert Haseltine (1877-1962) Horse Bronze... - Lot 116 - Crait + Müller
Herbert Haseltine (1877-1962) Horse Bronze with brown patina shaded with green Signed and dated "Herbert Haseltine 1921" on the terrace Bears the copyright " © ". Bears the founder's stamp " C. VALSUANI CIRE PERDUE". H. 10,5 cm, terrace 12 x 3,5 cm Originally from the United States, Herbert Haseltine trained and spent most of his career in Europe. He entered the Royal Academy of Fine Arts in Munich and then in Rome before joining the Julian Academy in Paris in 1900. Multiplying his travels between Great Britain and Paris, fascinated by horses and equestrian sports, Haseltine oriented his research towards the idea of the "Ideal Horse". He finds his models in agricultural fairs, notably in London, and transcribes them in plastiline. The sketches, sent to Paris, are then entrusted to the founders Valsuani and Rudier. His works show an observation of movement and anatomy both rigorous and idealized. Related literature : Malcolm Cormack, Champion animals: sculptures by Herbert Haseltine, Richmond, Virginia museum of Fine Arts, 1996
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