SUSQUEHANNA Antique Company, Inc.
Approx. 16" wide, 13.5" high, 6" deep. Bronze medium brown patina and with Susse Frere foundry mark. "Sappho" --many of these were cast and most 20th C copies, this has a foundry mark and with nice patina. Maybe circa 1875-90. Bio from askart.com: Jean-Jacques Pradier was a Swiss-born French sculptor best known for his work in the neoclassical style. In 1807, Pradier left his birthplace of Geneva to work in Paris with his elder brother, an engraver...
'Alsace' depicting weeping woman in commemoration of the Franco-Prussian War. Note, formerly the property of Russian banker Aleksei Ivanovich Putilov (1860-1940), acquired in Paris in 1917. 9.5" high