The worlds most valuable sculpture is “walking man I”, created in 1961 by Alberto Giacometti and sold in 2010 for $104.3 million. Its iconographic cousin, Bernhard Koziol’s 1929 “Standing Bird”, is a bit more affordable! A masterpiece of contemporary art from the Koziol museum, translated into modern material and idiom. This is the first Koziol sculpture of the new millenium and makes a great affordable gift for the home.
Available in a shimmering Black or White Sea Shell Finish.
Dimensions: 77 x 109 x 332mm
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