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Nike Angel of Victory Bronze Sculpture on Stone

$316.00
The Nike Angel of Victory Bronze Sculpture signed J. Houdon captures the essence of victory in an eternal bronze form.  Cast in bronze and mounted on a solid stone base, Nike stands ready to bestow glory on the worthy. This striking sculpture embodies the competitive spirit. This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of decor that are available at our location in Columbus, Ohio! Come in today and see the full collection.  

RICHARD BELL SMITH “Bonsai Tree” Bronze Sculpture on Amethyst Base

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This original sculpture by American artist Richard Bell Smith depicts a small bonsai tree that has been attached to a rich chunk of amethyst gemstone. Sculpted from bronze and patinated with representational colors, this original sculpture is noticeably signed along the trunk of the bonsai tree by the artist.  This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Columbus, Ohio! Come in today and see the full collection.  

SYLVAIN KINSBURGER (1855-1935) Bronze Sculpture of Cupid and Swan

$950.00
This original bronze sculpture by French artist Sylvain Kinsburger (1855-1935) depicts a cupid figure joyfully paired with a robust swan. Mounted on a base of rich red marble, the sculpted swan doubles as an open vessel, allowing this fine sculpture to be used as a charming candy or trinket dish. Signed in the casting by the artist along the base of the sculpture.   This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Columbus, Ohio! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ERNEST WANTE (1872-1960) “Woman on Donkey” Bronze Sculpture

$1,650.00
This bronze sculpture by Belgian artist Ernest Wante (1872-1960) depicts a finely dressed female figure mounted on the back of a donkey. Resting on a base of green marble, the woman tenderly peers down to meet eyes with her faithful steed, creating a sentimental scene of charm and tenderness that delights in both seasoned art collections and quaint tabletop décor arrangements. This original bronze has accrued a well-loved patina over its rich history and has been signed in the casting by the artist along the bottom of its base. This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Columbus, Ohio! Come in today and see the full collection.  

After LEONARD WELLS VOLK “Hands of ABRAHAM LINCOLN” Bronze Sculptures

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This pair of bronze sculptures by American sculptor Leonard Wells Volk (1828-1895) depicts the hands of the 16th President of the United States, Abraham Lincoln (1809-1865), and were likely cast from earlier bronze replicas made by Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848-1907), a fellow sculptor. The plaster originals by Volk were cast on May 20th, 1860, two days after Lincoln had been nominated by the Republican Party for the presidency. Lincoln’s right hand was still swollen from shaking hands with supporters and as such, he held a piece of cut broom handle to steady his hand in the mold. These unique pieces of American history have accrued a natural patina over the years and showcase etched details en verso that denote the date, model, and artist. These bronze sculptures are amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.

“Embracing Couple” Bronze Sculpture

$118.00
This original bronze sculpture depicts a pairing of figures locked in a passionate embrace, their forms melding together to create a work of art that is neither completely representational, nor completely abstract. Sculpted first in clay and then cast via a lost wax and ceramic shell method, this sculpture has aged with a beautiful patina to the bronze and has been left unsigned by the unknown artist. This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ELIZABETH PARKER “George” Foundry Bronze on Mahogany

$2,800.00
This original sculpture by artist Elizabeth Parker is cast in heavy bronze and depicts a bust portrait of a chimpanzee, affectionately dubbed “George”. Mounted on a wooden base of gorgeous mahogany, this sculpture is unsigned by the artist.  About the Artist: Elizabeth Parker is a contemporary sculptor who started her artistic career in painting. She experienced a major car accident in 2012, causing her a traumatic brain injury. On her road to recovery, her cousin gifted her some clay, and she began exercising her artistic talent in this new medium. She now primarily sculpts, taking months to create charismatic details in her sculptures, skillfully and without a reference. Once the sculpture is completed, she sends them to a foundry in Vermont, where the piece is cast in bronze with great detail. A patina is skillfully applied before the piece is mounted to its base.  This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ELIZABETH PARKER “Chimp Head” Foundry Bronze on Vermont Marble

$2,200.00
This original sculpture by artist Elizabeth Parker is cast in heavy bronze and depicts a bust portrait of a chimpanzee, a mischievous smirk spread across its visage as eyes look away from the viewer. Mounted on a base of gorgeous Vermont marble, this sculpture is signed in the casting by the artist en verso. Two available, sold separately. About the Artist: Elizabeth Parker is a contemporary sculptor who started her artistic career in painting. She experienced a major car accident in 2012, causing her a traumatic brain injury. On her road to recovery, her cousin gifted her some clay, and she began exercising her artistic talent in this new medium. She now primarily sculpts, taking months to create charismatic details in her sculptures, skillfully and without a reference. Once the sculpture is completed, she sends them to a foundry in Vermont, where the piece is cast in bronze with great detail. A patina is skillfully applied before the piece is mounted to its base.  This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ELIZABETH PARKER “Willow” Foundry Bronze Modern Quarter Horse Bust on Post and Mahogany

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Named “Willow”, this foundry bronze bust of a horse has realistic detail and a peaceful look. The natural bronze color has a radiant warmth, complemented by the mahogany base. Numbered 1/50. About the Artist: Elizabeth Parker is a contemporary sculptor who started her artistic career in painting. She experienced a major car accident in 2012, causing her a traumatic brain injury. On her road to recovery, her cousin gifted her some clay, and she began exercising her artistic talent in this new medium. She now primarily sculpts, taking months to create charismatic details in her sculptures, skillfully and without a reference. Once the sculpture is completed, she sends them to a foundry in Vermont, where the piece is cast in bronze with great detail. A patina is skillfully applied before the piece is mounted to its base.  This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ELIZABETH PARKER “Adhem” Foundry Bronze Modern Equine Bust in Black Patina on Mahogany

$2,800.00
Named “Adhem”, this foundry bronze bust of a horse has wonderful character and modern sensibility. A black patina adds a somber starkness to the piece, complemented by a Mahogany plinth base.  About the Artist: Elizabeth Parker is a contemporary sculptor who started her artistic career in painting. She experienced a major car accident in 2012, causing her a traumatic brain injury. On her road to recovery, her cousin gifted her some clay, and she began exercising her artistic talent in this new medium. She now primarily sculpts, taking months to create charismatic details in her sculptures, skillfully and without a reference. Once the sculpture is completed, she sends them to a foundry in Vermont, where the piece is cast in bronze with great detail. A patina is skillfully applied before the piece is mounted to its base.  This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ELIZABETH PARKER “Khemy” Foundry Bronze Bay Equine Bust on Vermont Marble

$4,400.00
Named “Khemy”, this foundry bronze bust of a bay horse has wonderful character and detail. Mounted to a green Vermont marble base, this piece allows the natural bronze color to shine.  About the Artist: Elizabeth Parker is a contemporary sculptor who started her artistic career in painting. She experienced a major car accident in 2012, causing her a traumatic brain injury. On her road to recovery, her cousin gifted her some clay, and she began exercising her artistic talent in this new medium. She now primarily sculpts, taking months to create charismatic details in her sculptures, skillfully and without a reference. Once the sculpture is completed, she sends them to a foundry in Vermont, where the piece is cast in bronze with great detail. A patina is skillfully applied before the piece is mounted to its base.  This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.  

ELIZABETH PARKER “Comet” Foundry Bronze Grey Equine Bust on Mahogany

$4,160.00
Named “Comet”, this foundry bronze bust of a horse has wonderful character with large, dark eyes. A grey patina has been applied with great contrast to the exposed bronze details. A mahogany plinth base steadies this sculpture.  About the Artist: Elizabeth Parker is a contemporary sculptor who started her artistic career in painting. She experienced a major car accident in 2012, causing her a traumatic brain injury. On her road to recovery, her cousin gifted her some clay, and she began exercising her artistic talent in this new medium. She now primarily sculpts, taking months to create charismatic details in her sculptures, skillfully and without a reference. Once the sculpture is completed, she sends them to a foundry in Vermont, where the piece is cast in bronze with great detail. A patina is skillfully applied before the piece is mounted to its base.  This sculpture is amongst hundreds of pieces of art that are available at our location in Grandview! Come in today and see the full collection.