Vintage sculpture "Turtle"

Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"
Vintage sculpture "Turtle"

Sculpture of a surreal plaster tortoise with a bronze patina, signed by Hans. Europe, XX century.


Hans Marx was born in 1946 in Darjeeling in the foothills of the Himalayas, grew up in England, sold used cars in Turkey, reading Steinbeck became a ceramist, and then a sculptor and presented his sculptures at international exhibitions of contemporary art in Paris, Florence, Brussels and New York.


 Hans works are best known among the discreet audience of amateurs and collectors in Europe and the USA. His "Happy Sisyphus" - a 2.70 m high bronze monument between the Arc de Triomphe and La Grande Arche - is now one of the public monuments of Paris.