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"Gemini, Air Sign Bronze Sculpture 2015 15 in" by Nguyen Tuan - 🔥Well Priced Bronze Sculpture $4,500
Gemini, Air Sign Bronze Sculpture 2015 15 in Sculpture by Nguyen Tuan
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Nguyen Tuan

"Gemini, Air Sign Bronze Sculpture 2015 15 in"

Hand SignedLower Right 
Condition Excellent 
Purchased fromArtist 2015 
Story / Additional InfoGemini

For this unique sculptural offering, featuring two young children and their mother, N.Tuan drew his inspiration from the story of the twins with different fathers - one being mortal and the other immortal. The ancient Greeks believed that these twins both live on in the night sky as the constellation of Gemini.

In the intricately detailed “Twins”, N.Tuan features two playful babies and their mother in a profoundly peaceful and loving pose, reflecting the goals and attributes of those born under this sign.

The clouds at the foot of the mother are indicative of the element Air and the sphere represents the Planet Mercury, both of which are associated with Gemini.

Certificate of AuthenticityArt Brokerage 
Nguyen Tuan

Art Brokerage: Tuan Nguyen Vietnamese Artist: b. 1963. Born in Vietnam in 1963, Tuan experienced the fall of Saigon in 1975, he left the camp and fled to the United States where he became captivated with sculpting. In 1995, Tuan Nguyen received his fine art degree from the Art Institute of Southern California in Laguna Beach, CA. Tuan Nguyen has received the Gloria Medal from the National Sculpture Society (New York), a medal designed by C. Paul Jennewein and bestowed upon a young artist in Jennewein's memory for a meritorious body of work as determined by the luminary board of the Society. He has been exhibited throughout Southern California and has been commissioned for a number of public and private works, including a memorial bust for the Nicole Brown Simpson Charitable Foundation in 1997. To experience the bronze figurative sculpture of Vietnamese artist, Tuan Nguyen, however, is to experience the defiance of the nature of bronze sculpture. Tuan glorifies the beauty of the human form with masterful precision. However, the true uniqueness of his style is not in the physical expression of human beauty, but in his ability to infuse physical "mass" with an almost divine sense of weightlessness. Tuan Nguyen infuses his sculpture with a celestial beauty that carries his human forms beyond earthly existence and into the realm of the heavenly in a quiet celebration of life. Though cast in bronze, his forms appear to be magically suspended like angels on the wing. Listings wanted