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"Dance of Yes and No: She Bronze Life Size Sculpture 2006 66 in" by Martin Eichinger - Wow! Fabulous - Life Size - Very Very Very Very Well Priced $13,500
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Martin Eichinger

"Dance of Yes and No: She Bronze Life Size Sculpture 2006 66 in"

2006
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Foundry Signature w/ Stamp : Signature located vertically on bronze near base
Condition : Excellent - Weighs over 200 pounds.
Purchased from : Private Collector
Story / Additional Info : Private collector purchased the piece from Galerie du Soleil in Naples, Florida.
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 37845
Martin Eichinger - United States

Art Brokerage: Martin Eichinger American Artist: B. 1949. Martin Eichinger does not refer to himself as a figurative sculptor even though he clearly has a profound sense of of human anatomy. "I am a narrative artist. The language I use is form and anatomy, but what I try to sculpt is emotion and motion." Eichingers' sculptures are evidence of a visionary who has something positive and eternal to say with his talent. The characters he creates are alive in the mind of Martin Eichinger and it shows in the sculptures that come from his hands. Each sculpture has a personality, a unique story to tell, a wink of humor, a hint of tragedy, or the artist's philosophy. Eichinger has placed many of his sculpture studies on the edge of possibility, without losing their sense of grace. In particular, Eichingers' series of characters from an imaginary circus is magically balanced on this edge. Eichinger and his bronze circus were recently guests of Prince Rainier of Monaco at Festival International du Cirque. Eichingers' most recent works are a group of sculptures titled "The Dream Series". We have buyers waiting for well priced sculptures. Listings wanted.

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