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Lost Wax Bronze Casting 1st Edition Front Cover

Lost Wax Bronze Casting 1st Edition Front Cover

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Harry Jackson

Harry Jackson

Harry Jackson's paintings and sculptures have earned global recognition and grace major collections worldwide, from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming, to the New York Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Smithsonian in Washington. Various publications that have covered his work include Time, Life, The New York Times, The London and The Los Angeles Times, Connoisseur, Forbes and Le Figaro in France. Harry Jackson melds Jackson Pollock's wild abstract expressionism with the realism of Remington and Russell. He is the first to paint realistic color on realistic sculpture since the pagan Greeks 2000 years ago. The Pope decreed only religious sculpture would be multi-colored. Harry's "Bull Study" is expressionistic; while his "Trapper II," on the other hand, is highly detailed. Harry put his multi-colored sculpture of John Wayne on the August 8, 1969 Time cover and created his 21' tall John Wayne - The Horseman multi-colored bronze now on Wiltshire Blvd. in Beverly Hills CA. Harry has homes and studios in Italy and Wyoming. His Cody Wyoming studio contains his Fine Art Registry and his Sculpture Restoration Center as well as the new Harry Jackson Art Museum, which is open to the public.



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