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BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Tigre qui marche
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Taureau terrassé par un ours
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Tiger who walks
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Wildebeest
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Lion setting n°3
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Bull defeated by a bear
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Jaguar eating up an agouti
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Pheasant head turned to the right, terrace oval
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Walking Lion
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Hunting dog (second version)
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Half-blood horse, raising head
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Lion and the snake number 3
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Whip Louis XV
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Two dogs pointed in front of three partridges
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Deer rubbing his antlers against a tree
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Two dogs stopped in front of a pheasant
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Eagle holding an heron
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Stretched out panther
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Caucasia's fighter
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Java's deer (second version)
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Deep attacked by a wolf
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - English  Basset Number 2
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875), Juno
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Eagle wing extented, beak open
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875)- Reared-up bull (1845)
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875)- Lion and the snake
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Bull attacked by a Tiger
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Eagle wing extended beak open (naturalist terrace)
BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Charles VII on horseback

BARYE Antoine-Louis (1795-1875) - Tigre qui marche

Bronze à patine brun-vert nuancée, fonte Atelier Barye, signé "BARYE". Circa 1857-1875.

Dimensions : 

Hauteur : 21 cm

Longueur : 41 cm