Bronze Collection | Polo

  • Isidore Jules Bonheur (French, 1827 - 1901) "Polo Players" Bronze, Light brown patina, 13 x 23 inches, Numbered and Signed: Isidore Bonheur. Note: Casts of this model are extremely rare, with only two other examples known of the complete group. Exhibited French Salon, 1897. The Noble Horse - Man and Horse in Western Art History, April 4 - May 26, 1998. The Metropolitan Teian Art Museum, cat. no. 77, page 130. Illustrated Watson, J.N.P. (ed.) Collecting Sporting Art. London: The Sportmans Press, 1988, p. 98. Watson, J.N.P. The World of Polo Past and Present. Topsfield, MA: Salem House Publishers, 1986, p. 37.
  • Alexander Pope (American, 1849 - 1924) "Polo Pony" Bronze, Dark brown patina, 15 x 15 ⅛ x 4 ¼ inches, Signed and Numbered, left rear top of base: POPE. Stamped, rear vertical edge of base: Gorham Co Founders, Q443.
  • Alexander Pope (American, 1849 - 1924) "Polo Pony" View from right, Bronze, Dark brown patina, 15 x 15 ⅛ x 4 ¼ inches, Signed and Numbered, left rear top of base: POPE. Stamped, rear vertical edge of base: Gorham Co Founders, Q443.
  • Charles Cary Rumsey, American (1879 - 1922) "Polo Player on Pony: Harrison Tweed" c. 1910-12, Bronze, Edition of 25, 19 x 20 x 6 inches, Signed and Numbered. Harrison Tweed was a polo player and friend of Charles Rumsey, as well as a member of Meadowbrook Polo Club.
  • Charles Cary Rumsey, American (1879 - 1922) "Polo Player on Pony: Skiddy Von Stade" Bronze, Edition of 25, 18 x 17 x 6 inches, Signed and Numbered. Skiddy Von Stade was one of Long Island most famous polo players, like Rumsey, an 8 goal player with Meadowbrook Polo Club.
  • Charles Cary Rumsey, American (1879 - 1922) "J.C. Rathbone" 1911, Bronze, Chocolate brown patina with golden brown highlights, Edition of 25, 20 ½ x 21 inches, Signed and Numbered, CC Rumsey, and Inscribed: Roman Bronze Works N.Y.
  • Charles Cary Rumsey, American (1879 - 1922) "Polo Player on Pony: John R. Fell" c. 1910-14, Bronze, Edition of 25, 16 x 17 x 3 inches, Signed and Numbered. John R. Fell was a well known polo player with the Meadowbrook Polo Club Long Island, New York.
  • Gerald Anthony Shippen, American Contemporary “The Lady Polo Player” Bronze, 21 x 23 x 10 inches, Edition: 2/10, Signed & Numbered
  • Liza Todd Tivey, American Contemporary "Polo Player" Bronze, Edition 3 of 10, Signed, Dated, and Numbered
  • Camilla Le May, British Contemporary "Polo Pony Bust" Bronze, Edition of 9, 15 ¾ x 11 ⅘ x 4 ¾ inches, Signed and Numbered
  • James Osborne, British (1940 – 1992) "On the Ball" Bronze, 21 x 19 x 7 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Marcela Ganly, Argentine Contemporary "Jugada" Bronze, Edition 3 of 6, 10 x 24 x 8 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Marcela Ganly, Argentine Contemporary "Jugada" Other view, Bronze, Edition 3 of 6, 10 x 24 x 8 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Marcela Ganly, Argentine Contemporary "Swing II" Bronze, Edition of 15, 12 x 13 x 5 ½ inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Marcela Ganly, Argentine Contemporary "Taqueando" Bronze, Edition 3 of 6 (last one available of the edition), 13 ¾ x 20 ½ x 6 ¼ inches, Signed and Numbered
  • George Claxton, American (1947 – 1994) "American Polo Lamp" 1982, Bronze, Edition 5 of 7, 20 x 18 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Marie Ackers, British Contemporary "Line of the Ball" Bronze, Edition 1 of 8, 11 x 13 ¾ inches
  • Elizabeth Guarisco, American Contemporary “Power Player” Bronze, Edition 23 of 24, 21 x 12 x 24 inches, Signed, Dated, and Inscribed with Edition # 23/24
  • Elizabeth Guarisco, American Contemporary “Power Player” View from right, Edition 23 of 24, Bronze, 21 x 12 x 24 inches, Signed, Dated, and Inscribed with Edition # 23/24
  • Lorne McKean, British Contemporary "Polo Pony Trophy" Edition 4 of 27, Bronze, 7 ½ x 7 ½ x 4 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Lorne McKean, British Contemporary "Turning the Game" Edition 10 of 18, Bronze, 16 x 23 ⅕ x 7 ½ inches, Signed and Numbered. Howard Hipwood modelled for this sculpture at Guards and Royal Berkshire polo clubs.
  • Lorne McKean, British Contemoprary "Going for Goal" Edition 8 of 25, Bronze, 20 x 18 x 4 ¾ inches, Signed and Numbered. Awarded The British Art Trust Prize for Best Sculpture 2007.
  • Lorne McKean, British Contemporary "Adolfo Cambiaso on his famous stallion Aiken Cura" Edition 2 of 25, Bronze on black granite base, 33 x 22 x 8 inches, 16 kg, Signed and Numbered on bronze base
  • Lorne McKean, British Contemporary "Adolfo Cambiaso on his famous stallion Aiken Cura" View from right, Edition 2 of 25, Bronze on black granite base, 33 x 22 x 8 inches, 16 kg, Signed and Numbered on bronze base
  • Gill Parker, British Contemporary "Polo VIII: Slipping His Man" Bronze, Edition 9 of 9, 14 x 23 inches, Signed and Numbered. Last one in the edition.
  • Gill Parker, British Contemporary "Polo XII: Offside Forehand" Bronze, Edition 1 of 9, Mid-brown patination, 31 x 25 inches, Signed and Numbered. Two views of this sculpture depicting a darker patina and another, lighter and more golden in colour are available.
  • Gill Parker, British Contemporary "Polo XII: Offside Forehand" Bronze Edition 1 of 9, mid-brown patination, 31 x 25 inches, Signed and Numbered. Two views of this sculpture depicting a darker patina and another, lighter and more golden in colour are available.
  • Gill Parker, British Contemporary "Polo XII: Offside Forehand" Close-up, Bronze, Edition 1 of 9, Mid-brown patination, 31 x 25 inches, Signed and Numbered. Two views of this sculpture depicting a darker patina and another, lighter and more golden in colour are available.
  • Gill Parker, British Contemporary "Nearside Backhand" Bronze, 14 ½ x 16 ½ x 6 ¼ inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Gill Parker, British Contemporary "Polo X: Pony Lines" Bronze, Edition of 9, 12 x 20 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Gill Parker, British Contemporary "Polo X: Pony Lines" Bronze, Edition of 9, 12 x 20 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Julia Jitkoff, American Contemporary "Turn on the Play" 2008, Bronze, Edition 3 of 8, 22 x 13 x 24 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Julia Jitkoff, American Contemporary "Turn on the Play" 2008, View from left, Bronze, Edition 3 of 8, 22 x 13 x 24 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Julia Wager, British Contemporary "Maltese Cat" Bronze, Edition of 12, 10 ⅔ x 17 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • RARE ~ Polo Player on Fancy Horse Weathervane, circa 1880 19th Century Folk Art Copper full-bodied horse and rider with castings Original verdigris surface, 18 x 18 x 3 inches
  • "Polo Horse Weathervane" Available in 2 foot, 3 foot, or 4 foot versions. Prices vary with the fluctuations in the metals market.
  • Andre Guiet, French (1880 - 1969) "Art Deco Polo Player" Bronze, 10 x 9 inches, Signed & Numbered. Makers signature and FRANCE marked to the bronze base.
  • Andre Guiet, French (1880 - 1969) "Two Polo Players" Bronze, 7 ¾ x 21 ½ x 11, Signed
  • Juliet Cursham, British Contemporary "Quick Change" Bronze, Limited Edition of 9, 9 ¾ x 11 ¾ inches, Base: 10 ¼ x 6 ½, Weight 24 ½ lbs., Signed and Numbered
  • Juliet Cursham, British Contemporary "Polo Ride Off 3" Bronze, 11 ¾ x 13 x 10 ⅞ inches, Base: 11 ¾ x 8 ¼ inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Tammy Bality, American Contemporary "The Polo Horse" Handbuilt in earthware clay, Horse hair fired, Signed and Numbered
  • Tammy Bality, American Contemporary “Coolin’ Down” Hand-built from stoneware clay (one of a kind), travertine base with added polo player relief, glass mosaic blanket, 26 x 14 x 6 inches, 25 lbs., Signed and Numbered
  • Jim Leslie, American Contemporary "Going For It" Edition 2 of5, Bronze, 16 x 25 x 14 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Jim Leslie, American Contemporary "Near Shot" Edition 3 of 5, Bronze, 18 x 15 ½ x 13 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Jim Leslie, American Contemporary "Near Shot" View from top, Edition 3 of 5, Bronze, 18 x 15 ½ x 13 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • "Nearside Forehand" Third life-size POLO bronze, 33 x 51 x 11 ½ inches, Base: 45 ½ x 9 ½ inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Life-Size Polo Player Bronze, A large and well modeled statuary bronze group of a polo player and pony virtually life-size, about to strike a ball, on a bronze socle, French circa 1960s. 59 x 67 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Rich Roenisch, Canadian Contemporary "Polo String" Bronze, Edition of 30, 20 x 10 x 11 inches, Signed & Numbered
  • Rich Roenisch, Canadian Contemporary "Polo Pony III" Bronze, Edition of 250, Signed & Numbered, The Aiken Horse Best Mounted Player 2006 USPA Gold Cup
  • Rich Roenisch, Canadian Contemporary "She Gave Her Best" Life-size sculpture (with or without 6 bronze relief plaques), Signed & Numbered
  • Rich Roenisch, Canadian Contemporary "The Journey" Bronze, Limited Edition, 7 x 5 x 3 ½ inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Rich Roenisch, Canadian Contemporary "Polo Pony Tribute" Bronze, Edition of 35, 11 x 5 x 16 inches, Signed and Numbered
  • Rich Roenisch, Canadian Contemporary "Polo Box" Bronze, Edition of 250, 8 x 11 x 9 inches (Top lifts off), Signed and Numbered
  • Rich Roenisch, Canadian Contemporary "Heat of the Game" Bronze, Edition of 25, 22 x 16 x 32 inches, Signed
  • Rich Roenisch, Canadian Contemporary "Heat of the Game" Bronze, Edition of 25, 22 x 16 x 32 inches, Signed
  • Bunny Connell, 20th Century “When Push Comes to Shove” Bronze, Edition: 8/15, 18 x 9 x 20 inches, Signed & Numbered, Sold Out Edition
  • Bunny Connell, 20th Century “Out of the Air” Edition of 20, 13 x 17 x 16.5 inches
  • Bunny Connell, 20th Century “Controlling The Play” Edition of 15, 17.5 x 12 x 15 inches
  • Bunny Connell, 20th Century “Neck to Goal” Edition of 15, 7 x 14 x 15 inches
  • Bunny Connelly, 20th Century “Hook’im” Bronze, Edition of 15, 26 x 9 x 14 inches
  • Peggy Kauffman, American Contemporary “The Polo Pony” 1992, Edition: 1/7, Bronze with a rich brown patina, 14 x 15.5 x 7 inches, Signed, Dated & Numbered
  • John Wolfgang Elischer, Austrian (1891-1966) “Tommy Hitchcock” Bronze, 12 x 10 x 6 inches, With base: 16 inches high, Signed & Dated 1922
  • Tom Holland, American (1917-2004) “Robert ‘Hurricane Bob’ Skene” Bronze, 22 x 23 x 10 inches, Signed & Dated 1971
  • Tom Holland, American (1917-2004) “Polo, 1973” Bronze, Edition: 13/25, 14 x 17 x 7 inches, Signed, Dated & Numbered

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Isidore Jules Bonheur
French, (1827-1901)

Charles Cary Rumsey
American, (1879-1922)

Liza Todd-Tivey
American Contemporary

Camilla Le May
British Contemporary

Gerald Anthony Shippen
American Contemporary

James Osborne
British, (1940-1992)

Marcela Ganly
Argentine Contemporary

George Claxton
American, (1947-1994)

Marie Ackers
British Contemporary

Lorne McKean
British Contemporary

Gill Parker
British Contemporary

Julia Jitkoff
American Contemporary

Julia Wager
British Contemporary

Juliet Cursham
British Contemporary

Tammy Bality
American Contemporary

Jim Leslie
American Contemporary

Alexander Pope Jr.
American, (1849-1924)

Elizabeth Guarisco
American Contemporary

Rich Roenisch
Canadian Contemporary

Andre Guiet
French, (1880-1969)

Bunny Connell
American, 20th Century

Peggy Kauffman
American Contemporary

John Wolfgang Elischer
Austrian, (1891-1966)

Tom Holland
American, (1917-2004)

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