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Steel wall art, 'The Sun's Song'

Item # 46910
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Singing and impassioned song, the sun arrives early to brighten the day. Known as the "King of Stars" in Mexico, the sun inspires this steel wall art sculpture by Alejandro de Esesarte. Made in Mexico.
  • Size may vary slightly
  • Color(s) may vary slightly
  • 20.1" H x 26.0" W x 1.8" D
  • Weight: 3.5 lb
  • Steel
  • Offered in partnership with NOVICA, in association with National Geographic.

Ships directly from our partner office in Mexico. Please allow 1 to 3 weeks for delivery. This item is not available for express shipping and cannot be delivered to PO Boxes or APO/FPO.

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Recent reviews:

January 25, 2014 - Just B E A U T I F U L!!! I totally love this sun piece!!! It's large, well-made and very, very pretty. Can't wait to hang it up outside this Spring! Very happy with this purchase.

Artisan: Alejandro de Esesarte

Artisan Alejandro de Esesarte 'From the time I was a boy, I was attracted to art,' recalls Alejandro de Esesarte. 'When I was 20, I became an ecologist and defender of nature, and this is when I began to create animals in metal. My technique is similar to cutout metal, but more rudimentary. From this, I became inspired and started working in metal for its versatility. Today I have a workshop, a cockatoo named Coco and a cactus collection. Those are all the tools I need to continue working.'

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