PAUL LUDWIG KOWALCZEWSKI (GERMAN, 1865-1910). Good large size with nice original patina. Bronze sculpture. Signed on base and with foundry mark. From a New Rochelle, NY estate collection. Dimensions: 16" h x 9.5" w x 4.5" d. Condition: Good.
GROUPING OF FOUR FIGURAL BRONZESGrouping of four figural bronzes. Paul Ludwig Kowalczewski (German, 1865-1901). Classical male bust on marble bust. Signed "P.L. KOWALCZEWSKI" on back of bust. Bronze of Classical boy. Signed illegibly on back of bronze base. A boy riding a donkey bronze, no apparent signature or marks. Bronze of young peasant boy after Paul Dubois (French, 1829-1905). "P. Dubois" signed on base. Wear to patina of all bronzes. Bottom of base of Dubois bronze is slightly dented on front. Small scratches to bronze of Classical bust and boy riding donkey, with its left hoof missing.
Tallest bronze measures 16 1/2" H x 5 1/4" diameter of base.
AFTER KOWALCZEWSKI "LE SIFFLEUR" SPELTER SCULPTUREAntique spelter white metal sculpture with bronze patina, possibly Bradley & Hubbard, titled "Le Siffleur" or "The Whistler" after Karl Kowalczewski (POLISH / GERMANY, 1876 - 1927). Measures approx. 17" height (43.2cm).
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PAUL L. KOWALCZEWSKI BRONZE SCULPTURE, ARCHERPaul Ludwig Kowalczewski (German-Polish, 1865-1910) bronze sculpture titled "Archer" depicting a partially draped man standing on a naturalistic ground, arching his bow. Signed along the right side edge of the sculpture "P. Kowalczewski". Mounted upon a rectangular marble stepped plinth base. 18" H x 8 3/8" W x 5 1/2" D.
Sculpture overall very good condition. Some chipping along the lower edges of the stepped base. String to bow possibly reattached at some point.
GROUP OF SIX SCULPTURES, TO INCLUDE P. KOWALCZEWSKI, SL...Group of Six Sculptures, to include P. Kowalczewski, Sleigh Ride; standing bronze boy, signed illegibly; polo player on horse; Arts and Craft thermometer, marked LMS; heights 2 - 11 inches.
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GARDEN: BRONZE OR COPPER FIGURAL FOUNTAIN OF WATER CARRIER DRESSED IN CLASSICAL ROBES, RAISED ON NATURALIZED BASE, BLUE-GREEN PATINA...GARDEN: Bronze or copper figural fountain of water carrier dressed in classical robes, raised on naturalized base, blue-green patina throughout, wear consistent with age and use including damages, one side of yoke broken and missing, one water bucket detached, sold as-is, 43" h. [NOTE: Very similar to a sculpture by Paul Ludwig Kowalczewski/ Kowaleski, (German, 1865-1910)] [PLEASE BRING APPROPRIATE ASSISTANCE FOR PICKUP DUE TO THE SIZE AND WEIGHT OF THIS ITEM.]
PAUL LUDWIG KOWALCZEWSKI (GERMAN, 1865-1910)Paul Ludwig Kowalczewski (German, 1865-1910) , "Justice", patinated bronze, signed "P. Kowalczewski", the allegorical figure holding a sword and ledger, the rouge and green-variegated marble base with applied bronze relief of a hand holding scales, h. 13 1/2 in., w. 5 in., d. 4 in Provenance: Collection of Dr. Mark A. Geist, Providence, RI.
MANNER OF KARL KOWALCZEWSKI (1876 - 1927), PATINATED BRONZE FIGURE OF CLASSICAL NUDE ON VARIEGATED GREEN MARBLE PLINTH, H OVERALL 10 3/8 IN. (26.4 CM.)Manner of Karl Kowalczewski (1876 - 1927), Patinated Bronze Figure of Classical Nude on Variegated Green Marble Plinth,, Dimensions: H overall 10 3/8 in. (26.4 cm.)
PAUL LUDWIG KOWALCZEWSKI (GERMAN, 1865–1910), NYMPH, BRONZE SCULPTURE ON A STONE BASE H OVERALL: 11 1/2 IN. (29.2 CM.)Paul Ludwig Kowalczewski (German, 1865–1910), Nymph, Bronze Sculpture on a Stone Base, Dimensions: H overall: 11 1/2 in. (29.2 cm.)
PAUL LUDWIG KOWALCZEWSKI, POLAND / GERMANY (1865-1910), FIGURE OF A BOY IN APRON HOLDING BOOTS, BRONZE, 9 1/4"H X 4"W X 2 1/4"DPaul Ludwig Kowalczewski, Poland / Germany, (1865-1910) figure of a boy in apron holding boots, bronze signed at base. Biography from Kunst& Auktionshaus Eva Aldag Paul Ludwig Kowalczewski was born in Mieltschin (Kr Gniezno.) on August 25, 1865 and died on September 5, 1910 in Berlin. He was a Polish sculptor and the brother of Karl K. War. From 1895-98, he was a student of the Berlin Academy. From 1899-1906 he exhibited at the Berlin Great art exhibition with small bronzes (including pilot head; Germane; work tired; Archer) and busts (Napoleon I. (life-size); pianist J. Eisenberger). bronze Dimensions: 9 1/4"H x 4"W x 2 1/4"D