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Profile image of Hans Blank- Hans Blank (1952, Netherlands)

Hans Blank works mainly in bronze. often combined with stone. His style can be described as strong and robust abstract figurative. a frequent recurring theme in his work is the sea and the maritime.

he works both in his studio in The Netherlands and for several months per year in his studio in Dingle (Irish south - West coast)

education: Rijksacademie of Fine Arts, Amsterdam, 1969 - 1975.
he has participated in numerous both solo- and group shows in The Netherlands and abroad. His works have been shown in A...

Sculpture: 'Unloading Swordfish (abstract Fish and Fishermen statue)'
by Hans Blank

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Foundrt cast bronze Male Men Youths Masculine sculpturettes figurines sculpture by sculptor Hans Blank titled: 'Unloading Swordfish (abstract Fish and Fishermen statue)'
Foundrt cast bronze Male Men Youths Masculine sculpturettes figurines sculpture by sculptor Hans Blank titled: 'Unloading Swordfish (abstract Fish and Fishermen statue)' - Artwork View 1
Sculpture description:
Abstract Big Game Fishermen sculpture,foundry cast bronze sculpture by Hans Blank
Artist's comments:
sculpture of fishermen posing with / unloading a big swordfish
Dimensions/size: 55 x 40 x 10 cm (height x width x depth)
approx: 1 ft 9 2/3 in x 1 ft 3 3/4 in x 4 in
Edition: unique
Medium: foundrt cast Bronze
Sculptor: Hans Blank [sculptor profile]
Price: £
4,167

Converted prices below are only for guidance and should be checked:
4,823
/ USD $
5,251
/ AUD $
6,878
/ CAD $
7,010
/ CHF
5,167
Availability: Yes, for sale.*
Category: Male Men Youths Masculine Statues Sculptures statuettes figurines
Aquatic Sculptures Fish / Shells / Sharks / Seals / Corals / Seaweed
Figurative Abstract Modern or Contemporary Sculptures Statues statuary statuettes figurines
Big Game Fish Sculptures and Statues
Boats Ships Canoes Dinghies Sculptures Yachts Statues
Abstract Fish Sculptures
Weight: 12 Kg / 26.4 lb
Title: Unloading Swordfish (abstract Fish and Fishermen statue)
Finish:
Recommended Usage: Indoors and as a Garden Sculpture
Year: 2002
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Foundrt cast bronze Male Men Youths Masculine sculpturettes figurines sculpture by sculptor Hans Blank titled: 'Unloading Swordfish (abstract Fish and Fishermen statue)' - Artwork View 1

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