Erte (Romain De Tirtoff) Signed Gorgeous Cold Paint Bronze Sculpture of Fantasia
                                  $6,895.00 USD
Gorgeous bronze sculpture by world renowned artist Erte (Romain De Tirtoff) of Fantasia. Circa 1988.
The detail in this bronze is exceptional, especially the little dainty butterflies throughout. She is hand signed and numbered 301/375. This originally appeared as a Harper's Bazaar cover.
We do have the certificate of authenticity and the Estate originally paid $13,000.
Measures 20 3/4" high and weighs 18.5 pounds.
Erte was born Romain de Tirtoff in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1892.
At the age of 18 he moved to Paris and used the named Erte, which came from the French pronunciation of his initials R and T.
He was a widely recognized artist in the 1920's for his work with Harper's Bizarre and many other publications and was awarded the title of Officer of Arts and Letters in 1976 and the Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris in 1982.
His works are in many museums around the world and he worked right up to the end of his life.
This gorgeous bronze is in wonderful condition.
Original Signed Erte Deco Costume Design Painting - Romantic Flair of the 40's and 50's                                       $2,495.00 USD
Estate original signed Erte (Romain De Tirtoff - Russian/French, 1892-1990) watercolor and gouache Costume Design painting, nicely framed in a medium size 16" by 21 1/2", with the image size being 8" x 13 1/4".
This painting is so well done it brings us right back to the nostalgic Deco period of the 1940's and 1950's. It is signed lightly on the lower right as only Erte signed his paintings.
Erte Romain De Tirtoff Pencil Signed Serigraph Titled FReedom and Captivity Numbered 236/300
                                          $2,495.00 USD
Gorgeous, pencil signed serigraph by noted artist, Erte, Romain de Tirtoff, titled "Freedom and Captivity", numbered 236/300.
The detail in this serigraph is exceptional and very exquisite and measures 26" x 18".
Erte was born Romain de Tirtoff in St. Petersburg, Russia in 1892.
At the age of 18 he moved to Paris and used the named Erte, which came from the French pronunciation of his initials R and T.
He was a widely recognized artist in the 1920's for his work with Harper's Bizarre and many other publications and was awarded the title of Officer of Arts and Letters in 1976 and the Medaille de Vermeil de la Ville de Paris in 1982.
His works are in many museums around the world and he worked right up to the end of his life.
This gorgeous serigraph is in wonderful condition and the matting and framing is of the highest quality.