Frith Sculpture reclining hare - Paul Jenkins - Premier Collection

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Sculpture a reclining hare by the sculptor Paul Jenkins. Finished in the Premier bronze finish. Dimensions: H 13 x L 30 cm. Suitable for indoors and outdoors. Shipping method depends on country of destination.

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Lying hare - Premier finish

A reclining, resting hare as after an intense effort. The sculptor Paul Jenkins has rendered this beautifully. The sculpture is finished in the Premier finish.  Suitable for indoors and outdoors. Shipping method depends on country of destination.

The prototype of this hare was sculpted exclusively for Frith by the English artist Paul Jenkins . The clay design was then converted to a cold cast bronze mold so that it could be produced in an affordable manner. The rough structure has been deliberately chosen and emphasizes the indomitable, natural charm of the hare and adds extra dynamism to the sculpture.

The production process took place entirely by hand in the studio in Exmoor (Great Britain), using the highest quality materials. The final step in the manufacture consisted of manual finishing and polishing. Due to the high content of bronze powder and the special bronze finish, this statue can be placed both indoors and outdoors.

Paul Jenkins' is one of Britain's leading animal sculptors and world famous. His inspiration comes from his love for nature and many of his pieces come from direct wildlife observations. The artist has devoted himself to realistically sculpting the many body positions of these graceful animals of the English countryside. Fortunately, we also see the hare in the Dutch landscape.

Details reclining hare:

  • sculptor: Paul Jenkins
  • handmade and hand polished
  • measurements: H 13 x L 30 cm
  • material: solid cold cast bronze, bronze powder and resin
  • finish: standard bronze patina / premium patina. This top quality patina is difficult to distinguish from hot cast bronze. It results in a sculpture with a deeper color and with a sided shine.
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