David Farrer is a successful British Sculptor, who specialises in Trophy Heads, made from Paper Mache; a concept born of his time in South Africa endeavouring to encompass the green issues of hunting while incorporating recycled materials, to create a piece of fine art. He has been doing this for the last 11 years and has enjoyed great acclaim.
Sculpture: 'Waterbuck (Papier Mache Wall Trophy Animal Head/Mask)' by David Farrer
African Safari Waterbuck Papier Mache Wall Mounted / Hung Head Sculptures, or Waterbuck Wall Mounted unserious Papier Mache Trophy Statues, by David Farrer, the acknowledged original master of the genre
45 x 55 cm (height x width)
approx: 1 ft 5 2/3 in x 1 ft 9 2/3 in
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