French Bronze Racehorse by Pierre Lenordez, c1860

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French Bronze Racehorse by Pierre Lenordez, c1860

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Superb French Animalier Bronze Sculpture of a Standing Racehorse by Pierre Lenordez (1814-1892), signed to base, cast by Duplan et Salles, with engraved inscription in the form of un unfurled blanket reads “St Albans, winner of the St Leger Doncaster/Chester Cups, by Stockwell out of Bribery by The Libel.”
St Albans was owned by the Marquess Ailesbury, ridden by Luke Snowden, trained by John Scott, won both of these races in 1860.
Lenordez is particularly famous for his bronze studies of winning Racehorses, each with a similar descriptive plaque, the best produced by Duplan et Salles.
Very good condition, typical moderate age related wear, dark patination, c1860
38cm(W) x 31cm(H) x 10cm(D) 4.2kgs

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Period / Style Arts and Crafts (circa 1860 – 1910)
Dimensions 38cm(W) x 31cm(H) x 10cm(D)
Item Location This item is for sale at The Antiques Centre York
Metalware Item Type Animals
Metal Type Bronze
Item Code 36/215

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