Large Brutalist Wall Sculpture in Lacquered Iron, 1970s

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Large Brutalist Wall Sculpture in Lacquered Iron, 1970s

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  • Dimensions

    Width: 190 cm / 74.8" | Depth: 3 cm / 1.3" | Height: 85 cm / 33.5"

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This abstract wall sculpture has a special appearance and is very decorative. It is work made of iron where the parts are welded together and then painted with black paint. The edges create a difference in height and together with the six 'eyes' they form a refined detail. We see a relief applied over the entire item probably formed during casting, providing for a pleasant texture. Spacers at the back ensure that the work is hold two centimeters from the wall, resulting in extra depth. If desired, it can therefore be attached to the wall, but also hung. This sculpture is in good condition and has a few small oxidation spots that are only visible up close. Moreover, this does not detract from its overall beautiful appearance.

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