Comollo Antiques, Fine Art & Wine
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We have a 7 day unconditional, no ifs, ands or buts, satisfaction guaranteed policy. If after receiving a piece it doesn't work, send it back for a complete refund, just let us know within 7 days . We also have an unconditional exchange policy, regardless of how long you've had an item, we will apply 100% of the purchase price of any piece towards an upgrade or exchange, or if you like we'll take it back and give you a 100% store credit. I don't think we could make it any easier!
PIERRE JULES MENE
Born in Paris in 1810 and died there in 1871. Mene was the most successful and prolific animalier of his day. He was born into an apparently prosperous artisan family. His father was a skilled metal turner and was able to teach his son the basics of working a metal foundry and the principles of sculpture. He interpreted his own sketches into bronze casts and rapidly established a reputation for himself.
Mene won four medals at the Salon and at major exhibitions, receiving the Cross of the Legion d'Honneur in 1861. He was influenced by the French painter Carle Vennet and the English painter landseer. His bronzes inherited much of the warm, friendly style of romanticism but he soon developed his own style of naturalism. He became the most important and influential animalier of his time
Sylphie the setter and Tac the pointer
comollo antiques & fine wine - 4686 Main Street / PO Box 32 - Route 7A - Manchester Center - Vermont - 05255