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Terry Turrell, Poised 2013 wood, tin, oil, enamel, paint.   American Folk Art & Antiques and Sculpture Base Mounting in New York | American Primitive Gallery

American Folk Art & Antiques and Sculpture Base Mounting in New York

Hero Angel  Camille VandenBerge

Hero Angel Camille VandenBerge

Carved and Painted Pine Folk Art Dog Figure, America, probably early 20th century, seated figure with inquisitive look, applied carved ears and tail, painted white with black spots, (imperfections), ht. 19 1/4, wd. 6 5/8, lg. 12 3/4 in

Carved and Painted Pine Folk Art Dog Figure, America, prob. applied carved ears and tail, painted white with black spots, ht.

Originart Arles - "Poupée" Danielle Jacqui was born on February 2, 1934, but it could be said that 1970 marked the beginning of a fresh life for her. It was then that she embarked on a new professional adventure as a brocanteur, selling second hand goods, and a personal artistic pursuit of her highly personal and unusual art.

Originart Arles - "Poupée" Danielle Jacqui was born on February but it…

Terry Turrell ~ "Seamstress" Wood, vintage paper, oil + enamel 10 x 4,5 x 2.5 via Sue Greenwood Fine Art

Terry Turrell ~ "Seamstress" Wood, vintage paper, oil + enamel 10 x x via Sue Greenwood Fine Art

CROW Night Flight ooak recycled found object sculpture by appleart,

CROW Night Flight ooak recycled found object sculpture art doll mixed media

CROW Night Flight ooak recycled found object sculpture by appleart,

Mechanical Monk, 1560   Tradition attributes his manufacture to one Juanelo Turriano, mechanician to Emperor Charles V. The story is told that the emperors son King Philip II, praying at the bedside of a dying son of his own, promised a miracle for a miracle, if his child be spared. And when the child did indeed recover, Philip kept his bargain by having Turriano construct a miniature penitent homunculus

A Sixteenth-Century Mechanical Monk. Driven by a key-wound spring, the monk walks in a square, striking his chest with his right arm, raising and lowering a small wooden cross and rosary in his left.

Antique Carved Carnival Puppet Head with adjustable mouth and flashlight for a nose.

Antique Carved Carnival Puppet Head with adjustable mouth and flashlight for a nose.

Kensuke Yamada

Kensuke Yamada « Tyler School of Art Ceramics - this guy was a visiting artist at Herron, and he is a total badass!

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