Medium: silver soldered copper, hand formed and patinated

Dimensions:

99 inches total height including stand

80 inches height corpus only

Description:

hand modeled monumental figure of the corpus, raised on fitted stand. 

The technique Van Duzer employed in the creation of this piece is in the manner of Frederic Auguste Bartholdi, sculptor of the Statue of Liberty.  Bartholdi's major innovation was to build a shell of thin copper plates around a sturdy steel frame.

Type of Work: Sculpture

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