Stained wood base is in the shape of the African continent.
|About the Artist||(Born in 1947, naturalized American citizen, born in France) Having moved to the United States due to her work with thoroughbred-racing horses in 1978, Bonnet moved to New York from France. Her grandfather was a classically trained artist living near Aix-en-Provence who had worked for Picasso. In 1981 Bonnet moved to California to work with a famous thoroughbred racehorse trainer. Three years later she chose to pursue a career as a sculptor in bronze.
In 1999 Bonnet was named "Artist of the Year" by the Fallbrook Art Association.
|Medium||Cast bronze (sculpture), stained walnut wood base|
|Size||5" height X 9 1/2" length (bronze), Base is 2 1/2" height X 13" length X 10 1/4" width|
|Signed||"Celou " on self base|
|Date of creation||Circa 1990|
|Condition||Bronze is excellent. Base has slight separation on one side. See last photo.|