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Posted 4 years ago


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A zillion apologizes for the pictures... I have these two "statues"... Does anyone know who the artists are for them? One has a name or signature that is hard to read. The other one looks like Riehard or Richard something...
Any help... greatly appreciated!
About 2 feet high. Very heavy.

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  1. Embarrassed, 4 years ago
    Also, any idea on value?
  2. Embarrassed, 4 years ago
    Also, not sure.. brass? bronze? Copper? Some green spots but towards the bottom The bases and towards the bottom of the statues (the jeans section) seems a tiny bit magnetic... Not sure.
  3. trunkman trunkman, 4 years ago
    No need to be embarrassed -- the human body has been sculpted naked for centuries -- this is art and the sculptures are beautiful. Thanks for the post!!
  4. Embarrassed, 4 years ago
    Any ideas on the history or age of these? (Or what they are made of?) Thanks.
  5. trunkman trunkman, 4 years ago
    Surely those are bronze castings -- subject matter and style and dress suggests 1970's...
  6. Manikin Manikin, 4 years ago
    I agree with trunkman ,they are art and I would think contemporary also by clothes , I love them .
  7. Militarist Militarist, 4 years ago
    Reminds my of the Riviera Casino in Las Vegas.
  8. Embarrassed, 4 years ago
    Thanks for the loves! I am curious on who made them... There are two names... Hard to read.

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