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Murano Glass Aquarium Bag With Tropical Fish
Murano Glass Aquarium Bag With Tropical Fishby GlassOfVenice
Murano Glass Aquariums have long been considered some of the finest Murano Glass pieces, highly valued by fans and collectors' for their unique beauty, rarity, and easy-to-spot fine workmanship. No-one outside of Venice can match the transparency and translucence of the glass, the beauty of forms, and the realistic look of these famous Aquariums. This elegant Murano Aquarium-In-A-Bag sculpture, which also works well as a paperweight, features a realistic-looking tropical fish swimming in the transparent Murano waters surrounded by the tiny bubbles. This Murano Glass paperweight sculpture makes a memorable gift for someone who enjoys the sea life, the calming sight of the water, and appreciates the rarity of this disappearing art form. This Venetian Aquarium will create a bright artistic accent at home or in the office and will remind you of the beauty and fragility of Venice completely surrounded by water. This aquarium is handcrafted by very talented Venetian masters who come from a well-known Venetian glass-making family. They works are featured in art galleries and private collections worldwide. The sculpture is signed by the master on the bottom and features a sticker proving authentic Venetian craftsmanship. Measurements: This Venetian glass aquarium bag sculpture measures approximately 6-1/2 inches in height, 5-1/2 inches in width, and 2-3/4 inches in depth. The base is 5 x 2-1/4 inches. It weighs about 3 lbs. The Aquarium is very well packaged to avoid breakage in transit. Comes with the certificate of authenticity.Read More
Kitchen Backsplash Green Turtles Tile 8.5"x 23" LP47
Kitchen Backsplash Green Turtles Tile 8.5"x 23" LP47by Maui Ceramics
This turtle plaques is one of my earlier designs that’s been as popular today as it was back in 2005 when I initially design it. My elegant hand sculpted wall art is made on the island of Maui, Hawaii, in my studio “Ceramic Designs by Albert”. This particular single panel piece is entitled "Maui Honu”, Honu is the Hawaii word for turtle. The design is a relief design giving it a distinctive 3D appearance. The glaze finish is the highest quality cone 5 glazes we can obtain in the USA, so the weather will not affect the shine/luster, or the brilliant hues over the years, and it’s nontoxic. This piece has a beautiful array of five to six plus mixed glaze colors and the temperature to melt the glazes needs to reach 2135 plus degrees during the firing. These high temperatures not only melt the glaze to its true glass form, but also causes them to move about allowing for additional colors to come forth during the firing, this allow each piece to be distinctive in its own remarkable appearance. The actual clay body consists of porcelain and stoneware clay giving it durability yet allowing the glazes shine to excel in its spectacular hues. You can use the piece as a kitchen back-splash, pool tiles, or bathroom tiles, or wall hanging. This piece can also be used indoors or outdoors, in cold or hot climates. To support the wall art we attach a heavy gauge wire hook to the back so you can easily hang it on the wall as wall art, however if you’re planning to tile the turtle piece as a kitchen back-splash or use the tile as bathroom and pool tile no hook is attached upon request. Measurements are approximately 8.5″ x 23″ weight 6.6 lbs. The clay body is porcelain and stoneware, so the piece is incredibly durable. The glaze finish is the highest quality glaze we can obtain in the USA, so the weather will not affect the shine/luster, or the brilliant hues. The glazes are also non-toxic, which allows you to serve food on all are serving platters. If we're sold out of the “5 Turtle” wall art piece, the turnaround time to create another one takes from start to finish approximately 3 to 4 weeks. My Wall Art designs inspire many clients to create a very lovely tropical Hawaiian theme or contemporary theme in their home, regardless if they live in Hawaii, Texas, New York, Canada, or anywhere else on our diverse planet. Bring some Aloha into your life from Maui!Read More
Trout Bronze Sculpture by Mark Hopkins
Trout Bronze Sculpture by Mark Hopkinsby Mark Hopkins
This clever and evocative little Bronze Trout Sculpture from artist Mark Hopkins' Fishing Collection captures the sought-after game fish rising from the pebbly brook bottom to take a fly. At 4" x 4", it makes the perfect organic accent for any angler's desk or bookshelf. Each piece is cast in the USA in fine bronze, and finished with warm, rustic earth tones to evoke a sense of the untarnished wild. This beautiful piece is limited to a production run of just 2500 items, and makes the perfect gift for the outdoor enthusiast in your life. Internationally renowned American artist Mark Hopkins creates bronze sculptures that have thrilled collectors and casual art fans alike for more than two decades. Mark Hopkins' unique balance of organic inspiration and singular contemporary design has been called "bronze in motion" for its fluid look, which often appears to display natural beauty in defiance of gravity. About Mark Hopkins Mark Hopkins takes his inspiration for every facet of life on Earth, from the majesty of wildlife to mankind's interaction with nature, and produces limited-edition pieces that evoke a sense of awe and respect for the mysteries and loveliness of the world around us. Collectors of his work include Barbara Mandrell, Clint Eastwood, Bill Clinton, Colin Powell, George and Barbara Bush and a host of other luminaries and corporations including the National League Association of Baseball Club Owners, the Atlanta National Golf Club, Humana, Coca-Cola and others. Each Mark Hopkins sculpture is crafted with pride in the USA. Captivated by form and design, Mark has personally created a signature style of vibrant vitality resulting from decades of study. Encouraged by parents and teachers from an early age, Mark's unique talent developed alongside his technical skills of sculpting and casting. As an artist, Mark is constantly challenging himself to render the rich beauty of life and the deep emotion of the human soul into flowing sculptural form, noting "I strive to express beyond the image, to catch spirit, to reveal deeper emotions, and to share joy. " About the Production Process From the artist's hand to the final polishing stages, many intricate steps go into the creation of a limited edition bronze sculpture. First the reproduction mold is made in which layers of silicone rubber and plaster are delicately applied to the original work. Then hot wax is poured into the reproduction mold to form an exact replica of the original sculpture. When the wax replica is removed from the mold, it is then inspected and refined or "chased" by hand to remove any imperfections that may have occurred in the reproduction process. Next, ceramic cup and wax sprues, or gates, are added which later will help channel the molten bronze into the shell to create the sculpture. The next step is creating the ceramic shell by alternately dipping the wax replica over a period of several days into a vat of liquid slurry, then a vat of silica crystals. The shell is then set to dry, and the process repeats until the shell has reached the appropriate thickness and strength. The finished shell is placed in a high temperature oven that melts and removes the wax (the traditional "lost wax" method). The hardened or "fired" shell is secured, so the molten bronze can now be poured into the wax impression.Read More
Philippe Sainte-Laudy 'Rorbus' Canvas Art, 12"x19"
Philippe Sainte-Laudy 'Rorbus' Canvas Art, 12"x19"by Trademark Fine Art
Artist: Philippe Sainte-Laudy Subject: Landscapes Style: Contemporary Product Type: Gallery-Wrapped Canvas Art Made in USA This ready to hang, gallery-wrapped art piece features fishing cottages lining the edge of a mountain lake. Photographer by passion for years, Philippe took an immediate liking to photographing landscape and nature. Always in search of the best light and the most original angle, he maintains a constant search for the most beautiful places surrounding him. Philippe prides himself in understanding the complex interactions between light, weather, landscape, the tides, plants and animals. He finds it is important to have a deep respect for this planet and its inhabitants. Philippe hopes that his photography can bring people closer to nature and encourage them to preserve it for future generations. Giclee (jee-clay) is an advanced printmaking process for creating high quality fine art reproductions. The attainable excellence that Giclee printmaking affords makes the reproduction virtually indistinguishable from the original piece. The result is wide acceptance of Giclee by galleries, museums, and private collectors. Gallery wrap is a method of stretching an artist's canvas so that the canvas wraps around the sides and is secured a hidden, wooden frame. This method of stretching and preparing a canvas allows for a frameless presentation of the finished painting.Read More
Signed Moigniez Eagle Catch Fish Bronze Sculpture
Signed Moigniez Eagle Catch Fish Bronze Sculptureby USA Bronze
A Fascinating And Eye Catching Sculpture. A Large Eagle Spreads His Wings And Prepares For Flight. His Large Wings Arch High Above Him. His Talons Prepare To Release The Wood It Clutches. His Intense Glare Sets In The Distance On Some Welcoming Prey. 100% Bronze And Handmade,This Two-Toned Brown And Silver Patina Sculpture Was Cast Using The "Lost Wax Method" And Mounted On A Marble Base. It Features The Signature J. Moigniez. Jules Moigniez Was Born In Senlis Sur L'Oise, France In 1835 And Died In Saint-Martin-Du-Teire, France On May 29, 1894. The Son Of A Metal Gilder, Moigniez Was A Student Of Paul Comolera. He Debuted At The Exposition Universelle In 1855 With Pointer And Pheasant And Falcon And Weasel Each In Plaster. He Contributed Regularly To The Paris Salon From 1859 To 1892 During Which He Exhibited Over Thirty Sculptures Including Pointer And Pheasant And Falcon And Weasel In Bronze. He Was Awarded An Honorable Mention At The Salon And Received A Medal In London At The Great Exposition In 1862. He Lived Most Of His Life In Paris. During His Career He Was Widely Popular In France, England And America. His Bronzes Were Most Decorative, Particularly Those Of Game Birds. He Also Sculpted Dogs, Farm Animals And Equestrian Groups. Moigniez'S Dogs Reflected The "Naturalism" Style Of Pierre Jules Mene. His Bird Sculptures Were Reminiscent Of Paintings By Dehondecoeter, Casteels And Snyders. His Sculptures Of Birds Reflect Dynamic Movement, As If Captured Through A High-Speed Photographic Portrait. Moigniez Bronzes Were Edited, (Cast), By The Foundry His Father Opened In 1857. A Wide Variety Of Patinations, Including Silver Plate, Golden Bronze And Gilding Were Unique To These Lifetime Casts.Read More