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A destination marrying world-renowned sculpture and horticultural landscapes, Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park's indoor and outdoor gardens and sculpture galleries hold something for the whole family to enjoy.
From large-scale to more modest sizes, browse our selection of sculptures by a range of artists including Li Hongbo, Ed Ruscha and more. All works below are ready to buy with fast and seamless checkout.
An ancient Roman bust from around the first century that had been missing for decades has finally made its way into the San Antonio Museum of Art, and all it took was for one artist to buy it from a Texas Goodwill for under $40. googletag.cmd.push(function() googletag.display('div-gpt-ad-1449240174198-2'); ); In 2018, art collector Laura Young was shopping at a Goodwill store in Austin, Texas when she stumbled upon a sculpture on the floor beneath a table, according to the San Antonio Museum of Art. Someone that looks for undervalued or rare art pieces, Young told The Art Newspaper she bought the piece for $34.99, and a picture of it after she bought it shows it buckled up in her car with a price tag on its cheek.
Turns out, the sculpture is from late first century B.C. to early first century A.D. The museum believes it depicts a son of Pompey the Great, who was defeated in civil war by Julius Caesar, while The Art Newspaper reported the bust is believed to depict Roman commander Drusus Germanicus.
As seen by the whole world with multiple viral videos featuring his kalaidescopic and prismatic cold-fusion Glass Sculptures... Whether its being featuring in Marvel's Guardians of the Galaxy Vol 1, Commissioning an actual life sized bat for Derek Jeter's 3000th Hit, and so many other sculptures you have to see to believe...
We are an authorized antique buyers and we are so confident that we pay the most, we urge you to get your best price and then come to us. Then you will truly appreciate the prices we pay. We are also one of the leading antique bronze sculpture buyers.
The bronze sculptures of Michael Parkes are born in Florence where he collaborates with none other than Piero Bertelli who is one of the best professionals in this field in Italy. Michael Parkes uses the Lost Wax technique for creating models that are later cast in bronze. Instead of soft wax he uses hard wax so he can express the finest details. Which is visible in the wings of his angel sculptures for instance. 041b061a72