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Tom Otterness

One Cent and Globe Sculpture, 2000

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6 1/4 × 8 3/4 × 4 in
15.9 × 22.2 × 10.2 cm
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Lions Gallery
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Tom …

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I have a pair. the price is for one. you can buy one or both. they are cast in hydrocal.

Tom Otterness (born 1952) is an American sculptor best known as one of America’s most prolific public artists. Otterness's works adorn parks, plazas, subway stations, libraries, courthouses and museums in New York City—most …

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Tom Otterness
American, b. 1952
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Since the 1970s, Tom Otterness has been populating public spaces with his impish human and animal …

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Since the 1970s, Tom Otterness has been populating public spaces with his impish human and animal sculptures, through which he gently lampoons American society. Disarmingly cute and cartoonish, and underpinned by art history, popular culture, and a democratic vision, his characters mock societal groups. “The artwork …

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Tom Otterness, ‘One Cent and Globe Sculpture’, 2000, Lions Gallery
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Tom Otterness, ‘One Cent and Globe Sculpture’, 2000, Lions Gallery
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About the work
Lions Gallery
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I have a pair. the price is for one. you can buy one or both. they are cast in hydrocal.

Tom …

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I have a pair. the price is for one. you can buy one or both. they are cast in hydrocal.

Tom Otterness (born 1952) is an American sculptor best known as one of America’s most prolific public artists. Otterness's works adorn parks, plazas, subway stations, libraries, courthouses and museums in New York City—most …

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Tom Otterness
American, b. 1952
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Since the 1970s, Tom Otterness has been populating public spaces with his impish human and animal …

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Since the 1970s, Tom Otterness has been populating public spaces with his impish human and animal sculptures, through which he gently lampoons American society. Disarmingly cute and cartoonish, and underpinned by art history, popular culture, and a democratic vision, his characters mock societal groups. “The artwork …

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Tom Otterness

One Cent and Globe Sculpture, 2000

Plaster
6 1/4 × 8 3/4 × 4 in
15.9 × 22.2 × 10.2 cm
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