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  • " Bust Ceramic Unique Ceramic Sculpture 2008 24 in"

    2008

    Woodrow Nash

    Sculpture
    Ceramic

    Size: 24x12 x6 in  |  61x30x15 cm

    Edition: Unique

     
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    ARTIST BIO
    Hand Signed : Lower Back
    Condition: Other - There are a few paint chips
    Purchased from : Artist 2008
    Provenance : Purchased at New Orleans Jazz and Heritage Festival
    Additional Info : Woodrow Nash will refurbish free of charge
    Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
    LID : 88210
    Woodrow Nash

    Art Brokerage: Woodrow Nash American Artist: Nash's art, is specifically African and European in influence. The images are African in general with the graceful, slender proportions and long undulating lines of 18th century Art Nouveau. The concept is 15th century Benin, a former kingdom in Africa flourishing from the 14th - 17th century. Both styles were often asymmetrical, using decorative shapes and ornamental motifs derived from natural forms. The two styles lend themselves well to each other. Hence the term "African Nouveau." Woodrow Nash has desgined and created exotic objects of art featuring his distinctive African Nouveau technique. The unique genius, indicative of his skillful mastery, is bodly emanated in the images of his work! The Josh Green collection was inspired by Charles Chestnut's "Marrow of Tradition" and the Almitra collection was inspired by Kahlil Gibran's "The Prophet." Art Brokerage has clients waiting for Woodrow Nash sculpture. Email helen@artbrokerage.com