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Pre-Hysteric by Andrew Sinclair

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This 11-foot, bronze resin, surreal creation depicts a nude rider aboard a dinosaur.
And what inspired this fantasy piece? In the artists words:
‘Sadly or gladly, I never grew out of my fascination for dinosaurs and promised myself that one day I would sculpt one. During a brief respite in my usual busy routine I realized this ambition and sculpted a rather obscure dinosaur called a Struthiomimus; a very gracile and elegant creature that is popularly known as an ‘Ostrich mimic’. Having sculpted the extinct creature came the question of “What to do with it now?” After some thought the bizarre idea of putting a lady riding upon it, in a sense of panic, came to mind. It makes a very strange, humorous and surreal sculpture. The technical aspect of actually making the sculpture stand is considerable, as the supporting leg is so thin but it is this that helps make the sculpture so full of movement.’

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    Pre-Hysteric by Andrew Sinclair, Bronze Resin, From Edition of 5, 340cm high by 410cm wide by 130cm deep, Animals and Birds, Fantasy, Humorous sculpture, Queen, Hat, Nude, Dinosaur, Riding

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    Setting Garden
    Availability Available
    Subject Animals and Birds, Fantasy, Humorous
    Sculpture Width 410cm
    Sculpture Height 340cm
    Sculpture Depth 130cm
    Mediums Bronze Resin
    Style Expressionism, Figurative, Impressionism, Modern, Realism, Surrealism
    Edition Edition 1 of 5

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