Art 101 Final Essay
University of Phoenix
Mare and Stallion (mini), 1870 by Pierre Jules Mene
This sculpture was one of Mene’s most famous pieces of art work. This sculpture was first put out for viewers to see in the Paris Salon in 1952. The public went nuts over this sculpture, later this sculpture was made in three different sizes. The sculpture in my presentation is the smallest one made and is considered a miniature. In this sculpture both horses are stallions, whereas in the original sculpture it showed a mare and a stallion. Still to this day this piece of artwork is very popular in demand.
Chow Chow, 1915 by Franz Ziegler
Franz F. Zeigler was born in Germany in 1869 and came to …show more content…
Polar Bear and Cub, 1973 by Wah Chang
“In 1970 Wah Chang and his wife moved to northern California where he turned his hand to sculpting wildlife. He was a successful sculptor and continued to model animals and exhibits them up to a few years before his death in 2003.” (www.bronze-gallery.com) this particular bronze sculpture is that of a mama polar bear and her cub, this sculpture shows the bond between a mother and her baby. There were only 250 of these sculptures made and is very popular in demand. Many women loved this sculpture because of the love shown between the mother polar bear and the baby.
Dog and Game, 1978 by John Fincher
John Fincher was born in 1941 in Texas and is a contemporary Western artist. He currently lives in New Mexico and is known for his paintings. This sculpture is that of a Setter dog carrying a pheasant in his mouth. This piece of art work is very similar to the one created by Pautrot, and is often used as a study piece. This sculpture is popular to those who like to hunt by using dogs to retrieve their prey.
Bear, 1978 by M. Riley Austin
M. Riley Austin is an American sculptor who loved to model animals. In this sculpture he has made it where the bear is standing by a log. The Bear looks more human like than a lot of other sculptures that he created. The bear is