Michiel Pinxten - Sculpture - Bronze

Description
Michiel Pinxten - Sculpture - Bronze
Netherlands - Second half 20th century

Bronze sculpture of two stylised human figures shaking hands. The image stands on a grey hard stone pedestal. On the pedestal a rectangular metal plate with engraved the title "VRUCHTBARE SAMENWERKING” and the name Michiel van Pinxteren.

The statue can be exhibited both on the front (with plate) and at the back.

The sculpture will be sent insured with track and trace code.

"Michiel van Pinxteren (Nijmegen, 1 July 1961) is a Dutch sculptor from the town Ravenstein. He is the son of sculptor Ben van Pinxteren. He was educated at the Wackers Academy in Amsterdam. After his education he lived in 's Graveland and worked in a restoration stone masonry. He later moved to Nijmegen where his studio is located at the former Honig complex. His works have been purchased by individuals, but can also be found in public space.

Lot details
Object
Sculpture
Material
Bronze
Designer/ Artist
Michiel Pinxten
Model/ Name
Vruchtbare Samenwerking
Estimated Period
Second half 20th century
Country of Origin
Netherlands
Condition
Excellent condition - barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Dimensions
225×70×50 mm
Weight
1440 g
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