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Vanessa Pooley Sitting Bronze Figure – Neo Geo 3

£4,300.00

Dimensions:
Height: 32 cm | Width: 20 cm  | Depth: 28 cm

Materials: Patinated bronze

Vanessa Pooley FRBS (b.1958) limited edition bronze sculpture.

A sitting figure, signed and numbered 3/19, with artist’s monogram.

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    Beautiful bronze of a sitting nude “Neo Geo” by British sculptor Vanessa Pooley. Born in Norwich in 1958, and where she now lives, Vanessa has been making sculpture full time since 1982.

    She has found her own way of reinventing the human figure and her work forges a link both to Henry Moore, the champion of the reclining female form in twentieth century sculpture, but also way back to ancient art and such famous pieces as the Willendorf Venus.

    “My bronze sculptures explore the female form and have emerged from a lifelong obsession with representing the female body and its flowing curves and lines.”  https://vanessapooley.com/about-me/