Paolo Troubetzkoy (1866 - 1938)
He is the son of Russian diplomat Prince Peter Petrovich Troubetzkoy. He worked in Russia, America, Englandand Italy. He was a self-taught artist, although he learned sculpture from Giuseppe Grandi. He is associated withimpressionism, due to his ability to grasp sketchy movements in his bronze works. He depicted the society of theBelle Époque. Few of his bronzes are still available in the market. Quite famous is the 35 cm high portrait ofConstance Stewart-Richardson called "The Dancer".
35 cm (high)
signed on the base
Provenance: Private collection, Milan, Italy.