This relief sculpture of Oskar, an Arabian pedigree, adds class to any setting. We have him hanging indoors by our entrance but he also looks good hanging in the Garden or as a horse sculpture on the entrance gate posts.
This Horse plaque sculpture is sculpted on a European Sports Horse called Mikey.
Who, when he is not modeling, is a keen show jumper. Popular with all the other Horses in the paddock, his youthful energy makes him a not so ideal sculpture model…Stand still Mikey
Our Shetland Pony Plaques add a little bit of character to any Gate Post or Garden Wall. This one is sculpted on Frodo, a lovable Shetland Pony who just can’t resist breaking and entering the tack room to indulge in some carrots. Anybody that loves shetland ponies will love this original pony sculpture on their wall.
The original Andre Derain crouching man sculpture was sculpted in 1906 and remains one of Derains and the cubist movements most famous sculptures. Better known for his paintings, this cubist sculpture is thought to be a major influence on the works of Brancusi who’s most famous sculpture the Kiss followed in 1907. This reproduction was sculpted by Julie Taylor and looks equally good in the garden or as a superb artistic addition to any interior space.
The original Kiss sculpture was sculpted in 1907 by Constantin Brancusi. Brancusi was a Romanian Artist who began his sculpting career as a woodcarver before experimenting with ceramic and finally discovering stone as he preferred medium. A fore runner of the modern art movement to be later known as cubism he sculpted various different versions of the Kiss, the inspiration for which was said to have come from Auguste Rodin. Our superb reproduction has been carved and cast by Julie Taylor.