Art Deco Dancers by Pierre Le Faguays (1892-1962)
What better symbol of the Art Deco period than long, lithe dancers who use their bodies to creatively recreate each line and angle of this dramatic era? Adopting a sharp angularity, our women of the French cabaret make one nostalgic for the glamour of a golden era. Sculpted to showcase gracefully exaggerated motion, these vintage vogue silhouettes are cast in quality designer resin with an antique bronze finish. French Medal of Honor winner Pierre Le Faguays was known for his exuberant dancing figures, some of which were shown at L Exposition Internationale in Paris in 1937. Replicated exclusively for Basil Street, these fine works will be quite at home with your decor or gallery collection. Harlequin: 8 Wx4 Dx15½ H. 3 lbs. Puffy Skirt: 7 Wx4½ Dx15 H. 3 lbs.