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A finely crafted Greek terracotta statuette of a woman, shown standing on a rectangular base, her arms at her sides, wearing a high polos on her head and a long draped peplos. Facial features and hair appear gently rendered in a naturalistically manner. Traces of the original pigmentation are visible on the figure’s body and face. This statuette is a fine example of the common Boeotian type of the Greek Classical period. Terracotta statuettes such as this beautiful example, were potted in a spec
Fine patinated bronze phoenix by Geoffrey Dashwood, signed and numbered 10/12. English. H30” Geoffrey Dashwood was born 1947 and won a scholarship to Southampton College of Art at 15, but left after a brief period, preferring to study directly from nature. He worked in varied occupations to support himself including the Forestry Commission in the New Forest, where became both keeper and unofficial ‘artist in residence’. In the 1980s he discovered a gift and a passion for sculpture. His earliest
Winston Churchill by Ivor Roberts-Jones, Bronze , No 6 from Edition of 6, Portraits , Celebrity , Politics sculpture. Bronze edition of 6 cast directly from the plaster taken from the statue of Sir Winston Churchill in Parliament Square. The casting process supervised by the sculptor Nigel Boonham FRBS, Past President of the Society of Portrait Sculptors, on behalf of the Trustees of the Ivor Robert-Jones Estate. After the full-length statue of Winston Churchill was unveiled in 1973 it ‘provided
A white fine quality marble bust by Adams Acton entitled 'Pharaoh's Daughter', with flowing hair and wearing a beaded necklace, inscribed beneath a bas relief of the Discovery of Moses, signed, dated 1863. On it's original grey marble column with revolving plinth. 44in (112cm) high, 70in (178cm) overall. He was born at Acton Hill, Middlesex, the son of William Adams, a tailor, and Helen Elizabeth Humphreys. Two sons and three daughters survived the father. The second daughter, Clarissa, engaged
2002 A limited edition of 500 produced by Medicom Toy and Original Fake in collaboration with Kaws 28 cm Very nice condition, comes with its original packaging from Originak Fake with holograms >>> FREE SHIPPING WORLDWIDE
The self and the knowledge of ones self are presented by Rawlins in a series of sculptures. This is stoic a philosophical concept since early-Greek academics debated its form and still relevant today. This is predominantly a self-portrait by the artist and the form is his depiction of his own ability to be stoic. Bronze Contemporary Sculpture Figurative Sculpture Figurative Affordable Art Contemporary British Faces & Figures
A 19th century bronze figure of the Greek poetress Sappho, seated on a low tabouret with a lyre resting against her back. She is draped, her finely detailed tunica gliding from one shoulder, unnoticed by her as she appears to be immersed in intense thoughts. The figure has been modelled after the original marble statue by James Pradier (1790-1852) from 1852, now exhibited at the Musee d’Orsay in Paris.