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Bronze Sculpture Modern Art – Rearing Horse Large

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Bronze Sculpture Modern art of a rearing horse on marble base.
This abstract and modern horse gallops into the wind and rears up letting out a wild neigh as the wind seems to push against him with a mighty force.
This abstract horse captures raw emotions from the artist and the nature of the wild beast that lies in himself.
His mane, although not defined, captures the pure energy of movement and shows the force and energy and creativity that is behind this sculpture.
His body has fine linear lines that protrude from his side giving him a unique yet desirable look for the abstract theme.
His hind legs mesh in to the base creating the support for the sculpture.
This sculpture was cast using the “Lost Wax Method” and has a dark brown patina.
It is 100% handmade and 100% bronze.

Original made by: Milo (1955 – )

Height: 27 cm
Width: 49 cm
Depth: 12.7 cm

100% Bronze

Weight: 5.9 Kg

Artist Info

Milo (1955 – )

Milo, Miguel Fernando Lopez, born on june 12 1955 in Lisbon, is a portuguese artist.
His father was working as an antique dealer, so Miquel got early in touch with different kinds of art and developed a passion for sculpting.

He always wanted to become a member of the Portuguese army until he met a girl short before he graduated school in Lisbon. Because he fell in love with her, he cancelled his plans to become a member of the Portuguese military. The affair ended, but it can be considered a very lucky stroke of fate because Milo decided to stay in Lisbon because of this girlfriend. Sculpting was one of his hobbies and so Lopez decided to study arts and sculpting at a university close to his home. Milo also studied a year abroad in Rome and in Venice, where he learned to speak Italian and learned about the lifestyle of the cities, including the exciting nightlife.

Back in Lisbon Milo sold his first sculptures to a German entrepreneur, who was very enthusiastic.
Nowadays he is still in contact with his first client and is working as a close partner of the foundry of this first client and as a freelance artist.
He married a woman called Isabel, who gave birth to his three children, all boys. He still lives is Lisbon.
Milo creates animal sculptures, modern art and nude figures.