Friedrich Goldscheider (Austrian, 1845-1897) "Cherc" Female Scultpure
Polychrome and terracotta sculpture titled "Cherc" by Friedrich Goldscheider (Austrian, 1845-1897). Features a female figure with arms bent at elbows and leaning at waist. Figure stands on 3 stacked books. One book is signed "Cherc", the other reads "Friedrich Goldscheider Wien" and "Reproduction Reservee" on spine of tallest book.
Friedrich Goldscheider, founder of the Goldscheider Manufactory & Majolica Factory in Vienna, 1885. In 1889, he was awarded the bronze medal for his terracotta pieces at the International Exhibition in Paris, France. His art was influenced by the Art Deco, Art Noveau, and Orientalism movements during the turn of the century.
approximately 15"W x 12"D x 39"H
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