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Profile image of Richard FentonFrequently selected for Royal Academy since 1960, and has held exhibitions in Virginia and Madrid as well as numerous ones in London, Glasgow, Woodstock and Brighton. His powerful use of his material is sort after in the work place, and the landscape all over the world

Sculpture: 'Negress'
by Richard Fenton

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Cement Fondu Females Women Girls Ladies sculpture statuettes figurines sculpture by sculptor Richard Fenton titled: 'Negress'
Cement Fondu Females Women Girls Ladies sculpture statuettes figurines sculpture by sculptor Richard Fenton titled: 'Negress' - Artwork View 1
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Medium: Cement Fondu
Sculptor: Richard Fenton [sculptor profile]
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Category: Females Women Girls Ladies Sculptures Statues statuettes figurines
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Title: Negress
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Recommended Usage: Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
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