You know you are in the presence of greatness when you are near this sculpture. Though not large, it is quite something. The glaze of this ceramic gives the impression of patina on metal; the detail in the anatomy is clearly expert. It is perched on a wooden block, as it might be in a museum. Actually, everything about this piece is museum-worthy, and will elevate all the décor around it. There is wear on the finish that seems intentional. Circa 1970.
13.5" H overall; Sculpture is 11.5" H x 4.25" W
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