DetailsMaya With Boat NEW Limited Edition of 100 by Castano inspired by Pablo Picasso 28'' H x 16 '' L x 14 " W Hurry so you do not miss this chance to own one of the 100 of these rare Limited Edition Pablo Picasso inspired bronzes.This bronze is sold for $8,000 to $10,000 in our Fine Art Galleries. This sculpture is amazing! This Limited Edition of 100 bronze statue is made by Castano inspired by This Limited Edition of 100 bronze statue is made by Castano inspired by Pablo Picasso Inspired pieces by Castano were not done by Pablo Picasso but made by Castano who was inspired by paintings or bronzes that Pablo Picasso did in his lifetime. This Pablo Picasso inspired bronze sculpture is signed Castano in the cast. This exquisite Limited Edition of only 100 is signed by the sculptor Castano with copyright stamp and edition number in the bronze casting. The etched brass plate on the marble has Maya With Boat and Pablo Picasso. This is intricately detailed, and hand rubbed. Hand-finished Museum Bronze Patina with exquisite detail. This is a refined three dimensional work. Each line, curve and detail has been painstakingly produced to achieve this glorious, classic and enduring Sculpture. This is mounted on a marble custom made marble Oreo (black marble with white marble inlayed in the middle). Cast by the "Lost Wax Process "Handmade 100% American bronze. This bronze is mounted on a high quality marble base with a etched brass plate. There is a magnificent patina finish that is done by hand-applied highlights. This quality reproduction bronze statue is made of 100% American bronze. Artist Guillermo Castano Ramirez Solid 100% American Bronze Sculpture by Guillermo Castano Ramirez. Guillermo Castano Ramirez was born in 1938 in Mexico City to an artistic family; his father, Guillermo Castano Alvardo, was an award-winning sculptor. Castano received his formal training at the Academia de San Carlos and then taught at the Universidad Iberoamericana in Mexico City. Known for his sculptures, Castano uses the “lost wax” process and creates his own patinas in his studio in La Presa, Mexico. His sculptures have won numerous awards, including Second Prize in the Biennal of Latin American Sculpture in Washington D.C., Frankhoma Award of Sculpture, Oklahoma, and first prize, Silver Award of Best Educational. Castano is also a member of the International Sculpture Center, serves on the board of directors of Artist & Sculpture Bronzes Inc. in Los Angeles California, Pablo Picasso Origin: Spain Born: October 25, 1881, Malaga, Spain Died: April 8, 1973, Mougins, France As is the case with many successful artists, Pablo Picasso received his earliest education and encouragement in art from his parents. Picasso's father, Jose Ruiz Blasco, was a drawing instructor at the Escuela Provincial de Bellas Artes in his native Malaga and a bird painter. Blasco began teaching his son around 1888, when the boy was still very young, leading him to draw and paint his own personal favorite subjects, such as bullfights. Picasso showed great promise and enthusiasm for art, and he enrolled in his father's drawing classes at about age eleven, in 1892, at the Escuela de Bellas Artes in the family's new town, La Corua. By 1895, Picasso was painting "from nature," producing a series of fifteen oil portraits of people he knew and saw about town. In that same year, Picasso's father moved his family again, this time to Barcelona, so that he could teach at the Escuela de Bellas Artes there. Before he reached his fifteenth birthday, Picasso was admitted to an upper level class in classical art and still life at the academy, but attended infrequently. At about this time, Picasso began to show his need to be an independent artist. Until about 1904, when he finally settled in Paris, France, Picasso nomadically moved between areas in his native Spain and the French capital several times. All the while, he was exhibiting and making contacts in the art world. 1899 found him in Barcelona, often within the walls of the Catalan cafe, "The Four Cats," where he communed with other young artists and writers, and, in a way, completed his artistic education. By 1900, he was participating in the Exposition Universelle in Paris, having submitted a work entitled Last Moments. Around 1905, Picasso attracted the interest of American ex-patriot art collectors Leo Stein and his sister Gertrude Stein, and he joined their circle. Drawing inspiration from both contemporary movements in art and from "primitive" influences, such as African tribal masks, Picasso developed Cubism around 1908 in conjunction with French artist Georges Braque. Just prior to this time, he had done his first sculptures in wood. By 1910, Picasso had reached a new level of success, exhibiting throughout Europe and North America. In a career already distinguished by invention, Picasso began creating collages and sculptural constructions in 1912, which changed the way people thought about dimensionality. During World War I, many of Picasso's closest friends went off to fight, though he stayed behind and worked on his art. He became associated with the Ballets Russes around this time, and began to design theatre sets. He also met his wife, dancer Olga Koklova, during this period; the couple married in the summer of 1918. Picasso later separated from Koklova, replacing her with Marie-Therese Walter, whom he met in 1927 (and who would not be the last in a long line of love interests). The 1920s and '30s found Picasso experimenting with different media and exploring surrealism. He spent a great deal of his time illustrating books during this period, as well. In 1930, Picasso won the Carnegie International prize, and 1932 brought the first major retrospective of his work at Galerie Georges Petit in Paris. After 1936, Picasso began a period of making art that expressed opinions on current political situations. During the Spanish Civil War, the Spanish Republican Government made Picasso director of the Museo del Prado, and he was also asked to create a mural for the Spanish Pavilion at the 1937 Exposition Universelle in Paris, for which he painted his famous Guernica. Picasso spent the years of World War II in Paris writing poetry and plays, painting, and even casting some bronze sculptures. Following World War II, he joined the French Communist Party, and though one might think this affiliation would have hurt his celebrity in the 1950s, he only became more and more popular throughout the world. He was the subject of a 1955 film entitled Le Mystere Picasso, and a monumental retrospective of his work was produced at the Grand Palais and the Petit Palais in Paris. In 1967, he refused the French government's offer of the Legion of Honor. Living along the Mediterranean in the South of France for much the rest of his life after the World War II era, Picasso died at age 91 in 1973. Our bronze statues are extremely popular and proudly displayed in gardens, parks, homes, schools, cities, and fine galleries throughout the country. Most any of our bronzes can be done in custom color patinas. If there are any questions please call so you can speak with a helpful, friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at Toll Free.1-866-870-5271. This NEW bronze statue is hand finished and cast in the traditional Lost Wax Casting Process. This is a multi step process that insures a quality bronze sculpture that may be passed down from generation to generation. Most sculptures are mounted on a beautiful marble bases and includes an engraved brass plaque with sculpture name and artist. Most bronzes have the artist signatures on bronze. Each piece of art holds intricate details and realistic qualities, each a unique quality of art that blends the process of Lost Wax Casting Process as well as hands on detailing. We offer FREE SHIPPING with each of our items within the USA. Each of our items is heavy in weight so we pack each shipment securely so it will arrive in perfect condition. After your order is received and payment is made we start the process of the final detail on each sculpture, meaning the finishing hands on details and assembling the marble base on the bottom. Our items in stock are shipped out within 7 days of your payment by Fed Ex. We inspect each piece for workmanship and quality and hand pack each order so please be patient in delivery as we insure your order is of high quality and meets our standards. We do ship with delivery confirmation so we can track it’s delivery to insure it reaches you! Lowest price guaranteed. We guarantee the lowest price on the market. If you find a comparable bronze at a lower verified price we will do our best to beat it by $10.00 or more. If there are any questions please call so you can speak with a helpful, friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at Toll Free.1-866-870-5271. Returns: We know you will love you new bronze masterpiece but if you are not happy for any reason we will except returns within 14 days of delivery to you. In 40 years it is rare that anything is returned and most are for exchange or larger piece. Buyers usual call and order more bronzes and tell friends and family to purchase our bronzes. Buyer is responsible for original delivery charges and any return shipping charges. Any return must be sent with delivery confirmation. We want to make sure you are happy with your purchase so please call us at 866-870-5271 with any questions! Refunds: All refunds are the original cost of the statue minus shipping and will be made directly to your account if you chose to return the bronze. After item is received we will issue the refund of the original cost of the statue minus shipping.
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We know you will love you new bronze masterpiece but if you are not happy for any reason we will except returns within 14 days of delivery to you. In 40 years it is rare that anything is returned and most are for exchange or larger piece. Buyers usual call and order more bronzes and tell friends and family to purchase our bronzes. Buyer is responsible for original delivery charges and any return shipping charges. Any return must be sent with delivery confirmation. number given when you call and request return. We want to make sure you are happy with your purchase so please call us at 866-870-5271 with any questions!
All sales are final no refunds on all Special Order Bronzes. There is a approximate 8 to 10 week or longer wait for special order bronzes. No refunds on any special order bronzes.
All refunds must have a return number given by calling 866-870-5271. The original cost of the statue minus shipping both ways and will be made directly to your account if you chose to return the bronze. After item is received we will issue the refund of the original cost of the statue minus buyer is responsible for original delivery charges and any return shipping charges and pays shipping both ways *The Jumbo, Monumental and Heroic statues are special order and non refundable. These special order non refundable bronzes are made to order bronzes. All have approximate shipping times. All approximate shipping times may vary with the bronze completion time. All larger bronzes are shipped free by freight. Please provide a contact number for completion & delivery. All measurements are approximate. Mounting brackets for larger sizes can be welded on for permanent installation at your location for added $50.00.