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Signed Remington Famous Wooly Chaps Bronze Sculpture Cowboy Horse
Signed Remington Famous Wooly Chaps Bronze Sculpture Cowboy Horseby USA Bronze(1)
Remington created wooly chaps after switching his casting to roman bronze works. Once remington started using the lost wax casting process he realized how easy it was to manipulate each individual wax to his liking making each casting with different characteristics. Wooly chaps was created off of the famous bronze the bronco buster. Remington made a few changes he liked such as adding the wooly chaps, changing the horse s tail and adding more texture to the horse s body hair. This sculpture is very appeasing to the eyes giving you dimension, depth and captured movement. This sculpture has so many details that every time you look at it you are sure to find something new. This sculpture was cast using the lost wax method and has a gorgeous two tone brown patina. This sculpture is mounted on a black marble base and is signed frederic remington. Frederic remington (1861-1909) was local to new york. He left when he was 19 to explore the wild west and ended up running a kansas horse ranch for a while before he left to come back to the east due to its failure. He did however learn many tools that he would later use in his artwork. He is quoted saying no one can draw equestrian subjects unless he is an equestrian himself. He learned everything he could about horses, how they move, react, and look right down to the skeletal and muscular structures. He uses all of these elements in his art. He was mainly a painter through his life and didn t start doing sculptures until the last 14 years of his life. He became well admired by many people including president theodore roosevelt who felt that he portrayed a most characteristic and yet vanishing type of american life.Read More
Stock Market Bull Bronze Sculpture Signed by Moigniez
Stock Market Bull Bronze Sculpture Signed by Moigniezby USA Bronze
This magnificent sculpture is of a charging bull. With his head down, his nostrils' flared and his muscles tightened he stomps the ground before him, releasing a vibrating grunt, he smells the ground before him. All he see's now is red and he is raging angry, his horns are sharp and solid and he prepares to charge his nemesis and take him down. He is an extremely muscular and dense creature, thick rolls of muscle and fat around his neck for protection, he was made for these sorts of confrontations of physical strength. His tail curls up in a swift motion and off he goes, frozen in his pose and replicated in a true masterpiece of bronze artwork. Handmade of 100% bronze and resting on a solid black marble base this sculpture has a two tone brown patina and is cast using the ancient "lost wax method". Signed 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.Read More
Branches of an Almond Tree in Blossom, Ruby Red
Branches of an Almond Tree in Blossom, Ruby Redby overstockArt
Branches of an Almond Tree in Blossom, Ruby Red is a handcrafted reimagining of Vincent Van Gogh's timeless original, Branches of an Almond Tree in Blossom. Luxury brand La Pastiche seeks out today's most skilled artists and finest materials to produce stunning tributes to creative masters. Each unique - and entirely exclusive - oil painting reinterprets and embellishes the original with fresh colors and/or metallic accents. Granting unprecedented flexibility and brilliance, La Pastiche artwork is an exciting and sophisticated choice for the discerning decorator. Our focus has always been on creating inspiring new options of the utmost quality that remain true to the spirit of the original artist. Made in 1890, Van Gogh's original was done in celebration of his nephew's birth. Given as a gift to his brother Theo, the couple hung it above their piano with great pride. It is but one in a prolific series he made of this subject matter during an uncharacteristically sustained period of optimism, invigoration, and relentless creation. In a more liberated style than that of his years in Paris, his striking colors and natural subjects reveal the influences of both Impressionist artwork and Japanese woodblock prints. Frame Description: Florentine Gold Frame - Gold FinishFrame Width: 3 1/2"Interior Dimensions: 8X10Exterior Dimensions: 15 X 17Frame Color: GoldFrame Finish: MetallicFrame Material: WoodFrame Profile: OrnateDisplay your new oil painting in this lovely high-quality gold finish frame, with simple lines and intricately decorated corners. Crafted with superior style, our Florentine Gold frame will bring a touch of elegance to any room of the house. Framed art size (exterior dimensions inches): 15" X 17" The framed painting will arrive ready to hang on your wall with hanging hardware included. Branches of an Almond Tree in Blossom, Ruby Red - framed oil reproduction of an original painting by La Pastiche Originals 45-day Easy Returns Policy. Enjoy Free Shipping 100% hand painted oil painting on artist grade canvas. Comes with a Certificate of Authenticity. Hand crafted means unique to every owner. Each canvas reproduction may very slightly in brush details due to the nature of being hand painted so no two paintings are the same. For those customers who appreciate quality and want to own an artist's work as it was meant to be enjoyed we are here for you. For those who what a Xerox machine copy we apologize.Read More
100% Pure Genuine Bronze American Old West Bronco Buster Bronze Sculpture Statue
100% Pure Genuine Bronze American Old West Bronco Buster Bronze Sculpture Statueby USA Bronze
895 Broncho Buster Bronze Sculpture. A Common Misspelling Of Broncho Buster Is Bronco Buster. The Rugged Western Frontier Character Portrayed In Remington's 1895 Sculpture, Won The Hearts Of The American People For Both The Subject Matter And Its Dynamic Composition. The Broncho Buster Was The First, And Most Popular Offrederic Remington's Sculpture Designs And Remains So To Date. The Broncho Buster Is Also One Of The Most Widely Recognized Of Remington'S Sculpture Portrayals; This Is Partly Due To The Publicity Surrounding President Theodore Roosevelt And The ?Rough Riders? To Whom Remington Presented It As A Gift. This Casting Now Resides In The White House Oval Office As A Center Piece And Permanent Element Of The Collection. It Was Executed In The Summer Of 1895, And Later That Fall It Was Copyrighted With The United States Copyright Office. Sculpting Was A New Medium For Remington At This Time, And This New Method Of Portrayal Was A Total Success In The Eyes Of His Collectors And Art Historians. Breaking Away From The Restricted Limits Of Flat Paper, Pen & Ink And Watercolor; Remington Stampeded Right To The Next Level Of His Artistic Potential, Through The More Effective Medium Of Three Dimensional Expressions. Remington, Who Always Strived To Capture The Essence Of The Moment In His Work, Now Found He Was More Able To Effectively Express That Which He Had Observed First Hand. 100% Bronze And Handmade, This Brown Patina Sculpture Was Cast Using The "Lost Wax Method" And Mounted On A Black Marble Base And Is Signed Fredrick Remington.Read More