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This stunning sculpture depicts these comical characters in their full glory, Pheasant Breaking Cover is a cold cast bronze sculpture by David Geenty.
David Geenty was born in England in 1945 and brought up in Southern Africa, his
earliest impressions were formed on his father's ranch in Gonarhezho, a
vast wilderness in the south-east region of present day Zimbabwe. He
studied art in Johannesburg, influenced by Moses Kotler a renown South
African sculptor. David's work has an incredible reputation throughout
the world and his horse sculptures can be seen in the acclaimed Kentucky
Museum of Racing History.
Made from solid cold cast bronze and hand finished to perfection. Fully felted on the bottom to protect surfaces. A wonderful ornamental wildlife sculpture for the home.
August 2016 Release.
Veronese Design is a brand well know all around the world. Products with the Veronese signature are high quality decorative items, figures, sculptures and statuettes. They have a huge creative team that have contributed to over 1000 different designs ranging from wildlife to dance to mythology and the classics. They mainly focus on bronze.
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