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Easy Rider by Bruno Zach

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Key Features

  • This alluring bronze Art Deco sculpture was crafted by Austrian artist Bruno Zach
  • The piece embodies his gift for expressing eroticism with taste and sophistication
  • Entitled Easy Rider, the figure is from his iconic and popular Riding Crop series
  • These figures are the most highly desirable among Zach and Art Deco collectors

Item Details

  • Height:
    17 7/8 Inches
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  • Artist:
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Bruno Zach
1891-1935 Austrian

Easy Rider

Bronze on a marble base
Signed "Bruno Zach/ MADE IN AUSTRIA"

This stunning figure by Austrian Art Deco sculptor  Bruno Zach (1891-1935), entitled Easy Rider, is one of this iconic artist's celebrated "Riding Crop" figures. Crafted of patinated bronze, this provocative young woman is scantily clad and holds a riding crop. Set upon a marble base, this figure is an Art Deco treasure. Zach cast several figures in this tantalizing theme, demonstrating the sadomasochistic erotica that was all the rage in Berlin during the intra-war Weimar Republic of the 1920s. Today, these figures are the most highly desirable among Zach and Art Deco collectors. To find one of these exquisite dominatrices on the market today is remarkable.

Considered the wild man of Art Deco figures, creating erotically-charged images of women in slips and sometimes bearing riding crops, Austrian artist Bruno Zach was born in Vienna and worked in Austria as well as in Germany. Famous for his fine bronzes made for the Wiener Bronze, or Vienna Bronze manufactory, the Ukrainian-born Zach was best known for his figures of flirty, almost cocky young women. His favorite motifs were exotic dancers & nudes, and his pieces often dealt with the roaring nightlife of the 1920s. He also created athletic figures that display a quiet strength. In 1935, Zach immigrated to the United States, and turned his attention to crafting mainly sculptures depicting cowboys and Native Americans for the American market. A very similar figure is featured in , page 1032.

Circa 1925

17 7/8" high

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