Raymonde Guerbe - A rare Art Deco French bronze and ivory
figure circa 1925 depicting a stylish lady in evening dress, the
bronze with a lacquered silver and enamelled cold-painted
finish, mounted on a shaped brown marble base-
Some chipping to marble.
Raymonde Guerbe (Andrée Guerval) 1894 - 1995
Using both her real name and the pseudonym Guerval,
Raymonde Guerbe was a multi-faceted artist who worked in many
media, including bronze, ceramics and terracotta (she was
also a painter).
Her husband was the sculptor Pierre Le Faguays and she also
modelled for some of his works. Many of her sculptures
were edited by Les Neveux de J. Lehmann, Etling, Susse Frères and
Max Le Verrier.
Literature "Statuettes of the Art Deco period" - Alberto Shayo,