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Marble bust of a girl, signed and dated: Paolo Troubetzkoy 1895 white marble on a veined yellow marble base, 32cm high (43 cm with base) {This delicate portrait is a rare example of Troubetzkoy's sensitive handling of marble. Best known for his glamorous bronze statuettes of aristocratic contemporaries, the present bust clearly demonstrates Troubetzkoy's ability to transpose his appealing modelling style into stone.

Troubetzkoy has employed his famous 'painterly' style in the carving, using different levels of finish to give the portrait a sense of spontaneity. The contrast between the softness of the girls face and the more roughly hewn shoulder heightens the vivid sense of the sitter's presence. Troubetzkoy carved a few other busts in marble in a similar style, including the bust of Erminia Cairati Vogt at the Galleria d'Arte Moderna in Milan and the bust of Marguerite Stewartt, sold at Sotheby's New York in 1995. The treatment to the hair and face in the present bust can be compared to that in Troubetzkoy's full-length marble portrait of Grand Duchess Elizaveta Feodorovna, dating to 1898 and preserved at the State Russian Museum of St. Petersburg. RELATED LITERATURE Piantoni & Venturoli, p.125; Shaposhnikova, p.151-2, cat. 1328}

Bronze bust of boy (sculptor's son Pierre), signed Paul Troubetzkoy and dated 1915 with faded foundry mark on back Roman Bronze Works NY Approx. 13" H x 11" W

Bust of Mussolini Bronze Sculpture (H 52 cm), signed and dated 1926 Exhibited: Exposition d’Art Russe. Galerie “La Reaissance”, Paris, 1932, #30 of the catalog, p. 48. Provenance: Macdougall Arts Ltd. , London UNITED KINGDOM , 5/30/2006

A bronze figural group of 'Bronco Buster' - the cowboy leaning back with upraised left hand, signed Paolo Troubetzkoy 1933, brown patination,36cm. high

Sculpture “Diana with the Deer”, silver, Rome,c.1900, h=10", 1400 g, state probe stamp and monogram P.T.

Bust de Mademoiselle Alexandra Danilova Signed on reverse and dated 1925. Stamped with the C. Valsuani foundry seal (on the base), bronze with dark brown patina H= 18". Exhibited: Copenhagen, February 1929, #99a. Illustrated in TROUBETZKOY Paolo. I Ritratti. Text by Sergio Rebora. Mazotta, Milan, 1998, #34, p54. (compare the portrait of A .Danilova by Serebriakova of the same date ill 775 p238 in HUDOJNIKI RUSSKOGO TEATRA 1880-1930. Sobranie Lobanovyh-Rostovskih.Katalog-Raisonnais. J.Bowlt. Iskusstvo, Moscow 1994) Exhibited: “A World of Stage”, April- October2007, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, Japan (illustrated in the catalog).

Danzatrice (Mademoiselle Svirsky) inscribed 'Paul Troubetzkoy 1910' and stamped with the C. Valsuani foundry seal (on the base), bronze with dark brown patina 20½ in. high. Exhibited: City Art Museum of St. Louis. A Collection of Sculpture by Prince Paul Troubetzkoy [from the Art Institute of Chicago], 1912,#43, illustrated on p. 26 of the catalog; Verbania Pallanza 29.4-29.7. 1990. Turin, illustrated on the flyleaf of the catalog. Exhibited: “A Time to Gather… Russian Art From Foreign Private collections”, State Russian Museum, Saint-Petersburg, February-June 2008, Moscow - Exhibition Center "Tsaritsyno", June-July 2008, Palace Editions,2008, illustrated in the catalog p. 97 ill 53

Authenticity confirmed by Карпова Елена Вениаминовна — кандидат искусствоведения, заведующая сектором скульптуры XVIII – начала XX века. Государственный Русский музей, who wrote a detailed annotation about it at the exhibition catalog

SETTER BRONZE SCULPTURE ON MARBLE BASE SIGNED PAUL TROUBETZKOY 1890 29X21X14 CM EXHIBITED: the Art Institute of Chicago, February 1 to February 28, 1912; CITY ART MUSEUM ST. LUIS February 1912 #63 of the catalog, illustrated on p. 55

LAPON, SON RENNE ET SES CHIENS Moscou 1899 Epreuve en bronze à patine brun foncé nuancé, signée datée et située. Bibliographie : Pierre Kjellberg, les bronzes du XIXe siècle, édition de l’amateur, page 633. Haut. : 36 cm - Long. : 85 cm - Prof. : 30 cm Exhibited: City Art Museum of St. Louis. A Collection of Sculpture by Prince Paul Troubetzkoy [from the Art Institute of Chicago]. 1912 - #75 on page 20 of the catalog.

RODEO RIDER Signed and dated 'Paul Troubetzkoy 1929' and with 'Cire A. Valsuani Perdue' foundry stamp, bronze with dark brown patina, on wooden base Height, 19 1/8 in. (48.6cm) Length, 17 5/8 in.; (with base), 20 7/8 in. (53cm) Original gesso model of it with one hand missing and conditionally dated 1924 is in Verbania Museum ( illustrated on p. 215 #176 of the catalog; Verbania Pallanza 29.4-29.7. 1990); provenance: From the Collection of the Estates of Edward C. Fogg, III and Lisbeth A. Fogg; Freeman's auction, Philadelphia 26 jan 2016, lot 116

Scating girl. Bronze sculpture, signed and dated 1935 on pedestal. 13x10x10 inches. One of the last works by the artist.

Tondo con profilo femminile, 1907 Bronzo patinato, diam. cm 21, firma e data in pasta; montato su legno. Provenance: Auction sale CASA DELLE ASTE MEETING ART Vercelli Italy 5/12/11 lot 650 In hand carved and guilt art nouveau French frame (replica)

"TROUBETZKOY" red chalk drawing on paper 15.5 by 16 inches,signed low left "J.Sorolla" [stands for Joaquin Sorolla Y Bastida] Probably it is a self portrait by Troubetzkoy and the Sorolla signature was added later

Oil on canvas, portrait of a horse, signed and dated 1935 lower left. Brother of Paolo Troubetzkoy, Pierre Prince Troubetzkoy (1864 – 1936) is mostly known for his portraits. The size of the canvas is 16 x 20 inches; the size of the frame is 21 ¾ x 25 ¾ inches.