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  • "Cruising Through Jerusalem Wood Unique Sculpture 2007 41x17"

    2007

    Nicholas Herrera

    Sculpture
    Hand Pigmented Wood and Mixed Media

    Size: 41 x 17 in  |  104 x 43 cm

    Edition: Unique

     
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    LISTING INFO
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    ARTIST BIO
    Hand Signed : Left in pencil
    Condition: Excellent
    Purchased from : Dealer 2007
    Provenance : Original owner, purchased from Manitou Galleries
    Additional Info : Depicts Joseph, Mary and Baby Jesus (in a sidecar) on a suicide clutch chopper
    Certificate of Authenticity : Manitou Galleries
    LID : 80745
    Nicholas Herrera

    Art Brokerage: Nicholas Herrera American Artist: b. 1964. Nicholas Herrera (born July 11, 1964) is an American folk artist, also known as El Rito Santero ("the Saint maker of El Rito"). He was born in El Rito, New Mexico, and his New Mexican roots helped to shape him as an artist who "follows the ever-expanding folk tradition of the Northern New Mexico santero." His art is known to provoke strong emotions, as it is satirical, religious and sometimes sad. Herrera's work takes the form of statuettes, sculptures inspired by modern issues, lithographs and plaster images. Much of his inspiration comes from a serious car accident that put Herrera into a coma, during which he claims he saw a figure of death. As a result, his spiritual iconic style was born. His work is in the collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.