Art Deco ceramic craquelé bust of a faun.

Art Deco ceramic craquelé bust of a faun signed by S. Foucault.
On a wooden base.
France 1925.

Siméon Charles Joseph Foucault,
known as Siméon Foucault (born May 3, 1884 in Nantes - died August 26, 1923 in Paris) was a French sculptor, he was awarded the Grand Prix of Rome in 1912.
Admitted to the National School of Fine Arts in Paris in 1904, he was a pupil of Louis-Ernest Barrias and Jules Coutan.
A sculpture in bronze by Foucault was show at the international Exhibition in Paris in the French Embassy Pavilion of the Société des Arts.

Artist / Maker S. Foucault.
Signature/ Marks S. Foucault.
Style Art Deco
Date 1925
Material Ceramic, craquelé. 
Woorden base.
Origin France
Size (cm) H. 40 cm x L. 17 cm. x W. 14 cm. 

Size (inches) H. 15.8 inch x L. 6.7 inch x W. 5.5 inch.
Condition Very good.

Dictionnaire des peintres, sculpteurs, dessinateurs et graveurs, E. Benezit. Gründ.
Dictionnaire Biographique des artistes contemporains
Edouard Joseph, 1931

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