Deux Hippos avec Baloons - Polished bronze sculpture
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- Artist Berry Philippe
- Category Figurative sculptures
- Collection Hippos
- Creation year 2019
- Dimensions 95 x 30 x H 25 cm
- Technique Polished bronze sculpture
"I felt the art in me from a young age. I had an inexplicable form of intimacy with painting and sculpture." Berry Philippe
This piece is handmade to order
Estimated production time: 30 days
Signed by the artist
This work includes the artist's signature
Regular price € 15.250
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Philippe Berry, born in Paris on May 18, 1956, and died on September 5, 2019, is a French sculptor, decorator, actor, designer and painter.
He was married to the actress and director Josiane Balasko, from whom he divorced since 2000 and divorced from Angelina Vautier.
He is the father of actress Marilou Berry (born in 1983), the adoptive father of Rudy Berry (born in 1988) and the uncle of actress Josephine Berry (born in 1992).
He joined ESAG in 1974, designing the Met de Penninghen school. He works first as a graphic illustrator for various textile houses and then as a pattern maker, then as an art director in various advertising agencies. From 1980 to 1984, he created posters for the cinema; Since 1984 he has devoted himself entirely to sculpture. He lived and worked in Paris.
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