This signed table sculpture from 1971 features an embracing nude couple. It looks and feels like marble but is actually sculpted solid resin--though the sculpture does sit on a block of gorgeous black & white marble. It is a solid, heavy table sculpture that boasts impressive detail. There are a few surface imperfections on the piece, and it has yellowed a bit, but none of that detracts from the overall display of skill, not to mention affection--hugging nude for 40+ years and counting!
13" H x 4" W; Base is 3" x 3" x 3"
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