WW-1 LARGE BRONZE FRENCH ART NOUVEAU MEDAL / PLATE BY ALBERT POMMIER 130mm
Bronze French art medal / plate , Rare original by : ALBERT POMMIER (1880 – 1943). Soldier of the First World War 1914 – 1918. Albert Pommier, born January 11, 1880 in Paris and died in the same city in 1943, is a French sculptor. Admirer of the work of Bernard Palissy, Albert Pommier studied drawing with the French painter Joseph Bail. He distanced himself from the School of Fine Arts, and decided to work at home to learn his trade. In 1905 he exhibited a series of statues at the Salon des artistes français. In 1914 Albert Pommier won the Abd-el-Tif Prize, which allowed him to be a boarder at Villa Abd-el-Tif, but could not benefit until the end of the First World War, after the demobilization. During the war, a stretcher-bearer in the 3rd Battalion, 11th Infantry, he wrote about the aspects of soldier’s life in the trenches. Original period – Good condition, no shock. MEASURE BRONZE PLATE: 13 cm / 6 cm. TOTAL WEIGHT : 286,8 gr TOTAL MEASURE : 20 cm / 11,5 cm. The item “WW-1 LARGE BRONZE FRENCH ART NOUVEAU MEDAL / PLATE BY ALBERT POMMIER 130mm” is in sale since Sunday, May 6, 2018. This item is in the category “Coins & Paper Money\Exonumia\Medals”. The seller is “ochristo1″ and is located in Boufféré. This item can be shipped worldwide.
- Composition: Bronze
- Country/Region of Manufacture: France