This is a beautiful example of a cast-iron sculpture designed by Christophe Fratin (1801-1864) and produced by the Coalbrookdale Company. The item appears as item Number 146 on a Company price list of 1877 and is priced at £13 5s 0d.
Christophe Fratin was a highly skilled artist and one of the first French sculptors to successfully portray animals in bronze and cast-iron. Fratin’s sculptures were very popular across Europe as well as England and America. He created many wild and domestic animal scenes and his ability to capture an animal in full flight or at the exact moment of being caught by a predator was unmatched by any artist before or since his time.
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