Cheval a La Barriere

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This superb late 19th Century French animalier aftercast bronze figure of a handsome stallion calling to his mare by a rustic fence, with very fine hand chased surface detail and rich patina color.  The sculpture was originally done by Pierre Jules Mene (1810-1879), who was one of the most prominent representatives of the French group of animators who made figures of animals, mainly domestic ones.

Each sculpture is cast in the ‘lost wax’ process and hand finished in a custom patina coloring.  Each sculpture is attached to a black or green marble base which fits perfectly for any desk, drawer, side table or hall table.

Art of Bronze is comprised of artisans, craftsmen and dedicated professionals that will guide you through the maintenance and delivery of your new sculpture.  Art of Bronze is not an overnight online operation.  We specialized in custom commissions and can create any concept or idea you have into bronze.  We have decades of experience working with developers, city agencies, shopping centers, art in public places and school administrations.  Call Art of Bronze today at (805) 908-5355 to learn more about our magnificent equestrian horse sculptures.

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  • Cheval a la Barrier sculpture of standing stallion calling to his mare for indoor home
  • Cheval a la Barrier sculpture of standing stallion calling to his mare for indoor home

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  • Patina / Coloring

    Art of Bronze is known for its exclusive and beautiful patinas. We specialize in creating traditional patinas of brown, burgundy, green (verde) or a brown & verde green combination. We are also experts in creating exotic colors. Let the Art of Bronze enhance the wonderful quality and detail of your new sculpture with our world-class patinas. No two patinas are exactly a like which will make your sculpture a unique treasure.

  • Maintenance

    Bronze lasts forever and will never rust, warp or contort. It is an alloy (a mixture of metals) and will oxidize over the years. This process will not hurt the statue. In fact, it can enhance the beauty by turning the statue many wonderful shades of greens, blues, whites and yellows. For the client that wants to maintain the original patina/coloring of their newly acquired work of art, Art of Bronze has several secrets. Every statue and placement will have different requirements and it is best to discuss your needs with Art of Bronze.

  • Installation

    Art of Bronze specializes in creating monuments for city and state governments, corporations and developers throughout the country. We are very proud of our 30 years of expertise. No matter the size of your sculpture, you can be assured we will help guide you through the installation to permanently secure your statue. Every sculpture whether private or public will have different requirements. Call Art of Bronze today and we will discuss your needs with you.