Unfortunately small sculptures often walk away by themselves. Can you help me find these lost pieces? That would be much appreciated as the total value of these lost artworks is amounting to US$20,000 of lost business.
These two small bronze figurines have been on consignment at the “Montaigne Gallery” in Shanghai, China since 2008.
The Montaigne Gallery has seemingly closed down and its owners have not been responding any of my attempts at contacting them.
If you recognise these sculptures or know of the whereabouts please contact me on firstname.lastname@example.org
Last know address:
167 Anfu road, Xuhui district
Shanghai 20003, China
Owner: Wu Yongshen
Their web site on http://www.chinese-boys-and-girls.com/ is no longer online.
These 4 bronze figurines by New Zealand Sculptor Olivier Duhamel have been either lost or stolen in Adelaide in Australia. The total value of these 4 sculptures is 3,865.00 Australian dollars. I am extremely keen to find them again.
Their last known whereabouts in May 2008, were an Adelaide Art gallery called ” Artsyle Galleries ” where they where accepted to be sold on consignment:
88 FULLARTON ROAD NORWOOD 5067 T: 08 81325275
However this gallery seems to no longer exists and my numerous and repeated attempts at contacting the owner have been unsuccessful.
The owner is Anthony Cottrell. Mr Cottrell is also advertising himself as a photographer on www.anthonyofadelaide.com.au , on www.anthonycottrell.com.au and on www.maternityportraits.com.au
He also advertise himself as a picture framer on www.pictureframers.com.au and www.artstyle.com.au
Phone calls, emails and letters send to these various addresses and phone numbers over the last 2 years have all remained unanswered.
If you are Anthony Cottrell photographer in Adelaide, Australia, please contact me urgently by email
If you happen to know Anthony Cottrell from Adelaide please ask him to contact me urgently or to let me know of his whereabouts by contacting me.
If you recognise any of these 4 sculptures, please let me know by email or phone on 649 372 7220
If you are some other Anthony Cottrell and unhappy about your name appearing here, please help me find your homonym.
Ces deux petites figurines en bronzes par Olivier Duhamel ce sont égarées en Février 2010 dans le premier arrondissement de la ville de Paris.
France Poste les a remises le 16 février 2010 a une mauvaise adresse et a obtenu une signature de reçu de quelqu’un qui n’était pas le destinataire. Cette personne ne s’est toujours pas manifestée auprès du destinataire légitime.
France Poste considère le colis “perdu”.
Si vous pensez reconnaitre ces sculptures, soyez gentils de me contacter car j’aimerais beaucoup les retrouver.
This beautiful bronze sculpture by Olivier Duhamel was stolen from a Hamilton art gallery on 25 July 2009. Dimensions are L26.5cm * H9cm * W 8.5cm . It represent a nude young woman standing and raising her arms over her head.
It bears the following signature engraved on the base: “OD 4/8 ” It is possible that this signature has now been erased to avoid identification.
The theft has been reported to the Hamilton police (File no. 090729 0050 )
If you think you have seen this sculpture please contact me or the Hamilton Police.
Cette figurine en bronze c’est égarée fin 2008, début 2009 en Seine-Maritime.
J’ai de bonnes raisons de croire qu’elle est en la possession de monsieur Franck Pernet domicilé au Mesnil-Esnard en Seine-Maritime, France. Si vous connaissez cette personne, merci de me contacter.
J’aimerais beaucoup la retrouver. Contactez moi si vous reconnaissez cette sculpture. Merci de votre aide.
This small sculpture was shop lifted from an Auckland Art Gallery on or around the 19th of December 2008.
Dimensions are H165mm*L110mm*W90mm and it is of brown colour.
It bears the following signature engraved under the base: “OD 3/12 Nov 2008” It is possible that this signature has now been erased to avoid identification.
The theft has been reported to the police under report number P002897199.
If you think you have seen this sculpture please contact me or the Auckland Police
When the Rosslyn Gallery closed down for bankruptcy, the appointed receivers omitted to return this small torso.
Perhaps had it been sold prior to the receivership.
My numerous attempts at contacting the receivers or the former owner, MaryRose Scoular, have remained fruitless.
In any case, if you happen to see this small sculpture with the following engraved at the base ” OD 9/20 ” please contact me as I am anxious to know of its whereabouts