Ferdinand Barbedienne

Collection by Marc Maison

16 
Pins
 • 
1.48k 
Followers

A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892) creates a firm in 1839 in collaboration with Achille Collas, the inventor of the mechanical method to obtain copies of sculptures at a smaller scale.

Marc Maison
BARBEDIENNE Ferdinand - Very beautiful Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze with heads of goats (Reference - Available at Galerie Marc Maison The Inventors, Ceiling Lamps, Architectural Antiques, Ferdinand, Louis Xvi, French Antiques, Les Oeuvres, Chandeliers, Goats

BARBEDIENNE Ferdinand - Very beautiful Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze with heads of goats - Chandeliers, ceiling lamps

This Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze was made around 1880 in the Ferdinand Barbedienne 's foundry. The work is signed : F. BARBEDIENNE PARIS. The chandelier is decorated with an iconography inspired by the Bacchanalia : bunches of grapes, head of goats and a figure who reminds Pan or a faun evoke festivities' pleasure.

BARBEDIENNE Ferdinand - Very beautiful Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze with heads of goats (Reference - Available at Galerie Marc Maison Antique Chandelier, Chandeliers, Ceiling Lamps, Architectural Antiques, Ferdinand, Louis Xvi, French Antiques, Goats, Sculptures

BARBEDIENNE Ferdinand - Very beautiful Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze with heads of goats - Chandeliers, ceiling lamps

This Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze was made around 1880 in the Ferdinand Barbedienne 's foundry. The work is signed : F. BARBEDIENNE PARIS. The chandelier is decorated with an iconography inspired by the Bacchanalia : bunches of grapes, head of goats and a figure who reminds Pan or a faun evoke festivities' pleasure.

BARBEDIENNE Ferdinand - Very beautiful Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze with heads of goats (Reference - Available at Galerie Marc Maison Ceiling Lamps, Architectural Antiques, Ferdinand, Louis Xvi, French Antiques, Chandeliers, Goats, Sculptures, Bronze

BARBEDIENNE Ferdinand - Very beautiful Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze with heads of goats - Chandeliers, ceiling lamps

This Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze was made around 1880 in the Ferdinand Barbedienne 's foundry. The work is signed : F. BARBEDIENNE PARIS. The chandelier is decorated with an iconography inspired by the Bacchanalia : bunches of grapes, head of goats and a figure who reminds Pan or a faun evoke festivities' pleasure.

BARBEDIENNE Ferdinand - Very beautiful Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze with heads of goats (Reference - Available at Galerie Marc Maison Ceiling Lamps, Architectural Antiques, Ferdinand, Louis Xvi, French Antiques, Les Oeuvres, Chandeliers, Goats, Sculptures

BARBEDIENNE Ferdinand - Very beautiful Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze with heads of goats - Chandeliers, ceiling lamps

This Louis XVI style chandelier in gilt bronze was made around 1880 in the Ferdinand Barbedienne 's foundry. The work is signed : F. BARBEDIENNE PARIS. The chandelier is decorated with an iconography inspired by the Bacchanalia : bunches of grapes, head of goats and a figure who reminds Pan or a faun evoke festivities' pleasure.

Ferdinand Barbedienne : Auguste Rodin, The Burghers of Calais, smelted by Leblanc-Barbedienne in 1889 and inaugurated in Calais in Camille Claudel, Famous Sculptures, Photos Voyages, Architectural Antiques, Auguste Rodin, Paris City, True Art, Modern Sculpture, World's Fair

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Ferdinand Barbedienne : Neo-Greek table by Emile Hebert and the Barbedienne Foundry, c. Famous Sculptures, The Inventors, Patina Finish, Bronze, Architectural Antiques, True Art, Objet D'art, Ferdinand, Art Object

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Ferdinand Barbedienne : Important Japanese-inspired bronze garden furniture, after a sketch by Edouard Lièvre, realized by the Barbedienne Foundry, c. 1880. Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris.© Musée des Arts Décoratifs. #barbedienne #japonism #art #bronze #19thcentury #paris #museum #antique #dragons Vases Decor, Art Decor, Famous Sculptures, Japanese Aesthetic, Aesthetic Movement, Bronze, Architectural Antiques, Dragons, True Art

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Monumental Clock realized between 1878 and 1889 by Ferdinand Barbedienne with Alfred Serre’s enamels. Famous Sculptures, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, Paris City, True Art, World's Fair, Enamels, Ferdinand, Art Object

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Ferdinand Barbedienne : Monumental Mirror by Constant Sévin, realized by the Barbedienne Foundry in Orsay Museum, Paris. Decoration Baroque, Small Mirrors, Antique Mirrors, Antique Frames, Trumeau, Grand Luxe, Famous Sculptures, Old Frames, Shades Of Gold

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Florence Rionnet, Les Bronzes Barbedienne. L'œuvre d'une dynastie de fondeurs (1834-1954), Paris, Arthena, 2016. #barbedienne #bronze #paris #19thcentury #book The Inventors, Florence, Bronze, Ferdinand, Catalogue, Les Oeuvres, Collaboration, Paris, Movies

LES BRONZES BARBEDIENNE, L'OEUVRE D'UNE DYNASTIE DE FONDEURS FLORENCE RIONNET ARTHENA catalogues raisonnés

FLORENCE RIONNET LES BRONZES BARBEDIENNE, L'OEUVRE D'UNE DYNASTIE DE FONDEURS ARTHENA catalogues raisonnés Livre neuf. Les bronzes Barbedienne. L'oeuvre d'une dynastie de fondeurs. Fondé en 1834 par Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892), la Maison Barbedienne est la plus illustre des entreprises de bronzes d'art en France, de 1850 aux premières décennies du

Ferdinand Barbedienne : Decoration vase, model by Constant Sévin for the Barbedienne Foundry, brass, gilded bronze and chased enamel, 1862. Orsay Museum, Paris. ©photo musée d'Orsay / rmn #art #barbedienne #bronze #orsay #museum #19thcentury #marcmaison #sevin Decoration, Art Decor, Famous Sculptures, Patina Finish, Bronze, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, Vase, True Art

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Ferdinand Barbedienne : Auguste Cain, Vulture perched on a Sphinx head, smelted in 1864 by the Barbedienne Foundry for the State. Shown at the 1867 and 1900 World Fairs, installed at the Jardin des Plantes. Auguste Rodin, Statues, Sphinx, Famous Sculptures, Paris Ville, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, Paris City, Expositions

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Reduction by Barbedienne of David d’Angers’ Monument to Fenelon, erected in 1826 in Cambrai. Famous Sculptures, David D, The Inventors, Paris Art, Architectural Antiques, True Art, Ferdinand, Great Artists, Art Decor

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Antoine-Louis Barye, Python wrapping around a gazelle, model from c. smelted by the Barbedienne Foundry between 1876 and Bronze with green patina, Museum of Decorative Arts, Paris. Famous Sculptures, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, True Art, Ferdinand, Art Object, Python, Great Artists, Art Decor

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Ferdinand Barbedienne : Neo-Greek cup of bronze by Ferdinand Levillain and the Barbedienne Foundry, c. Decoration, Art Decor, Famous Sculptures, The Inventors, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, True Art, Ferdinand, Art Object

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…

Ferdinand Barbedienne : Silvered bronze edition, by the Barbedienne Foundry, of Paul Dubois’s Fifteenth-Century Florentine Singer, Orsay Museum, Paris. Famous Sculptures, The Inventors, Renaissance Fashion, Architectural Antiques, Auguste Rodin, Paris City, True Art, Ferdinand, French Antiques

Barbedienne

The Barbedienne Foundry is a famous 19th century bronze foundry, whose statues and art objects became rapidly very renowned. This bronze studio co-worked with other trades, and put his name to a great variety of works, such as furnishing in particular. Attending every World's Fair of its time, the Barbedienne Foundry was regularly awarded, notably at the World's Fair of 1855 where it was awarded the Great Medal of Honor. A Parisian bronze maker and caster, Ferdinand Barbedienne (1810-1892)…