Unusual 28.7 inches tall Art Deco bronze sculpture of a nude floating in air, the base is modelled as a rock. The bronze is signed by the French artist Pierre Le Faguays and bears the Susse Freres signature as well as the lost wax stamp, "cire perdue". The sculpture comes form a private collection in the South of France and was used as decoration in the middle of an indoorfountain. Artist/ Maker:Pierre Le Faguays Signature/ Marks:Le Faguays. Susse Freres Editeurs Paris. Cire perdue. Style:Art Deco Date:1930/1940 Material:Patinated bronze Origin:France Size:H. 73 cm x L. 45 cm. x W. 16 cm. H. 28.7 inch x L. 17.7 inch x W. 6.3 inch. Condition:Very good condition. Literature:“Bronzes, sculptors and founders” by H. Berman, Abage. “Art deco sculpture” by Victor Arwas, Academy. “Art deco and other figures” by Brian Catley, Antique collectors club. “Dictionnaire des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs” by E. Benezit. Gründ. “The dictionary of sculptors in bronze” by James Mackay. Antique collectors club “Dictionnaire illustré des sculpteurs animaliers & fondeurs de l’antiquité à nos jours“ by Jean Charles Hachet. Argus Valentines.