Neels (Johannes Cornelius) Coetzee, ‘Untitled I (Double Skull)’, 1976, Strauss & Co
Neels (Johannes Cornelius) Coetzee, ‘Untitled I (Double Skull)’, 1976, Strauss & Co
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Untitled I (Double Skull), 1976

Bronze on brass base
5 9/10 × 9 3/5 × 7 1/2 in
15 × 24.5 × 19 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
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‘The human head, which is built around the skull, is seen as the seat of all human faculties, the …

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‘The human head, which is built around the skull, is seen as the seat of all human faculties, the finest as well as the most wicked. The centre of [wo/]man’s talent, the centre of [wo/]man’s achievement. Yet, when stripped of its appendages, the skull is a symbol of death, destruction, a symbol of danger. Here is a …

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Signed with the artist's initials, numbered 2/6 and stamped with the SF (Sunet Ferreira) foundry mark
Neels (Johannes Cornelius) Coetzee, ‘Untitled I (Double Skull)’, 1976, Strauss & Co
Neels (Johannes Cornelius) Coetzee, ‘Untitled I (Double Skull)’, 1976, Strauss & Co
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About the work
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Strauss & Co

‘The human head, which is built around the skull, is seen as the seat of all human faculties, the …

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‘The human head, which is built around the skull, is seen as the seat of all human faculties, the finest as well as the most wicked. The centre of [wo/]man’s talent, the centre of [wo/]man’s achievement. Yet, when stripped of its appendages, the skull is a symbol of death, destruction, a symbol of danger. Here is a …

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Signature
Signed with the artist's initials, numbered 2/6 and stamped with the SF (Sunet Ferreira) foundry mark

Untitled I (Double Skull), 1976

Bronze on brass base
5 9/10 × 9 3/5 × 7 1/2 in
15 × 24.5 × 19 cm
This is an editioned multiple.
Bidding closed