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Anthony Quinn Zulu Nude Bronze Sculpture, 1985

Highland Park

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Anthony Quinn’s “Zulu Nude Bronze Sculpture” with gold patina is part of a curated collection of the artist’s work. This sculpture was executed in 1985 and only 8 have been cast in the Edition of 8 plus 2 Artist’s Proofs. As Edition AP 1, this is the last available piece from the Trust. The 84" edition was also 8 + 2 AP – all sold in Anthony Quinn’s lifetime except for one AP now on loan to the National Hellenic Museum in Chicago. There was a small edition – 24" but only a few of those were ever produced. Each of these works has a unique patina done personally by Anthony Quinn and no two are exactly alike.

All works of fine art are on loan from The Anthony Quinn Trust for sale. Partial proceeds will benefit the Anthony Quinn Foundation, which advances the belief that art; in all its forms, is inseparable and essential to learning and the enrichment of the mind. All works are accompanied with a Certificate of Authenticity from the Anthony Quinn Trust and/or Signed by the Artist. Additional pieces of Anthony Quinn sculpture and fine art available through Highland Park, please contact the dealer for more information.

Provenance: Original sculpture from the Anthony Quinn Trust.

*Please note: This piece is not currently on display at 200 Lexington, please contact the dealer for more details.

Product Specifications

6"W x 5"D x 36.5"H
Lead Time
0-3 Weeks (Limited Edition)

Vintage Specifications

Anthony Quinn

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