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Chinese Sculpture meets Western Icons

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Chinese Sculpture meets Western Icons

The General Mickey from both the Red and the Gold Armies. These statues are in an edition of ten as single units, but can be sold here as a pair with a sizable discount.  These Mickeys' debut appearance was in 2011, at the Oceanside Museum of Contemporary Art in Oceanside, California. They were an anchoring installation at the Looking East, Facing West exhibition.

NOTE: They are terracotta with automobile paint applied to the surface. They all have some "antiquing" where the paint has chipped and the terracotta shows through. That is not easily seen in the pictures, but is part of their character.  All statues are unique in this effect. No two statues have the same markings.

They are approximately 18" tall and 6" wide.

Emperor Batman is one of the 5 characters in Lizabeth Eva Rossof's Xi'an-American Warriors collection (limited to an edition of 10)

 

Emperor Batman was made in a studio in Xi'an, China, from the same earth as the original Terracotta Army.  He stands approximately 10" tall, and 6" wide.

 

Via: http://www.lerstudio.com



Carlos Flores

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