Fine Art Sculpture(218 items)
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a perfect anniversary gift
I bought this as an anniversary gift for my husband at a time when we really needed to reconnect with one another. i spent a long time hunting for a piece of art that would show unity, compassion, passion, and affection, but without being cutesy or involving a heart-shape. This really struck a cord, and seemed to strike my husband as well. It now sits on our coffee table in our high traffic TV room, and i see it every day.
Elegant, yet powerful; Abstract, yet symmetrical, portraying a soft tenderness not often seen in this type of art. It has already became one of the absolute favorites in my entire art collection. It is now my favorite bronze...period. Anamaria has a very special gift.
Goga Original paintings and sculptures
"Knowing that someone else identifies with something I created gives me tremendous sense of satisfaction."
Popular Fine Art Sculpture
Aztec Tezcatlipoca Jaguar Signed Ceramic Sculpture, "Tezcatlipoca as a Jaguar"
The most important deity in the Aztec pantheon, Tezcatlipoca, or "Smoking Mirror," is also one of the oldest, first appearing during the pre-Mexica Teotihuacan era. He is the god of fertility, of the wind, of life, of maize and of agriculture, and is said to have taught humans how to measure time and create the calendar. He is considered the antagonist of Quetzalcoatl, yet in later accounts, Quetzalcoatl is described as the black Tezcatlipoca. or animal counterpart — a jaguar named Tepeyollotli.
Abstract Ceramic Sculpture in Green and Blue from Mexico, "Verdant Wave"
Verdant green and sandy beige fade to hues of light and dark blue as they make their way up the curls of an abstract wave. Mexican artist Juan Murguia creates this fine sculpture, which is crafted of ceramic. This elegant piece is displayed atop a black base.
Maya Lord of Rain Ceramic Replica Sculpture, "Lord Chaac"
Chaac, the Maya lord of rain, sits on his throne with arms crossed in front at his chest, regarded as an unusual depiction for this deity which artisans from the Angel Cerón Artisan Association replicate from a sculpture dated 250-800 AD. This anthropomorphic image fuses reptilian or amphibian characteristics with that of an elderly human. The artisans sculpt this ceramic piece with sublime detail, including a throne separately from the sculpture.
Signed Brazilian Bronze Sculpture, "Flying"
Dancing together, two lithe bodies seem to fly, unbound by gravity. Sculpted from bronze, the work shows a handsome, oxidized finish. Emne Al-Haje studied dance for many years, and her knowledge of movement is evident in this graceful sculpture. It stands on a granite base.