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Profile image of Camilla Le MayCamilla had a passion for clay modelling from her early teens but it was only after encouragement from the late Sir Eduardo Paolozzi, on a Masterclass that she decided to sculpt full time. Her work has been exhibited by established galleries since 2000 and bought by private collectors worldwide, recently being acquired for a Royal collection overseas. Elected as an Associate member of the Society of Equestrian Artists, she has won awards from the British Sporting Art Trust, the Society of Wildlife Artists and been shortlisted for the David She...

Sculpture: 'Young Cheetah (Small bronze Trotting/Loping/Moving/Striding statuette)'
by Camilla Le May

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Bronze Cats Wild and Big Cats sculpture by sculptor Camilla Le May titled: 'Young Cheetah (Small bronze Trotting/Loping/Moving/Striding statuette)'
Bronze Cats Wild and Big Cats sculpture by sculptor Camilla Le May titled: 'Young Cheetah (Small bronze Trotting/Loping/Moving/Striding statuette)' - Artwork View 1
Sculpture description:
Young Cheetah Small Bronze Metal Walking or Loping limited edition Sculpture suitable for Indoors, Inside or Interior, by The Remarkable Wild Life Sculptor Camilla Le May. Bronze is set onto black granite base. Signed and numbered on sculpted base back left side
Artist's comments:
Bronze of Young Cheetah Loping. At the age where he still has the ruff of extra spikey hair on his neck. Sculpted while in South Africa. ONLY ONE CAST LEFT
Dimensions/size: 25 x 44 x 13 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 9 5/6 in x 1 ft 5 1/3 in x 5 1/8 in
It is a maquette sculpture
It is a figurine sculpture
Edition: 9/9
Medium: bronze
Sculptor: Camilla Le May [sculptor profile]
Price: £

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Category: Cats Wild and Big Cats Sculpture
Wild Animals and Wild Life Sculptures
African Animal and Wildlife Sculptures
Endangered Animal Species Sculptures
Young Animal Bird, Reptile or Amphibian and possibly Insects Statues
Predators Carnivores Hunters Flesh Eaters Sculptures Statues statuettes carvings
Weight: 9 Kg / 19.8 lb
Title: Young Cheetah (Small bronze Trotting/Loping/Moving/Striding statuette)
Finish: Traditional rich brown patina with highlights
Recommended Usage: Indoors only (finish and/or material and/or size may be unsuitable for the garden)
Year: 2001
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Bronze Cats Wild and Big Cats sculpture by sculptor Camilla Le May titled: 'Young Cheetah (Small bronze Trotting/Loping/Moving/Striding statuette)' - Artwork View 1

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