Wilhelm Busch:
Sculpture "Dancing Hans Huckebein", cast metal
Wilhelm Busch:
Sculpture "Dancing Hans Huckebein", cast metal

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ars mundi Exclusive Edition | cast metal | bronzed | size 10.5 x 23 x 11.5 cm (w/h/d) | weight 2.2 kg

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Sculpture "Dancing Hans Huckebein", cast metal
Wilhelm Busch: Sculpture "Dancing Hans Huckebein", cast m...

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Sculpture "Dancing Hans Huckebein", cast metal

Exclusively at ars mundi, one of the most famous characters of Busch has been realised as a lovely sculptor. Discover "Hans Huckebein" finally from all angles - a sight that will make you smile!

ars mundi sculpture after Wilhelm Busch's humorous drawings from 1870. Cast metal with a bronzed surface, cast by hand. Size 10.5 x 23 x 11.5 cm (w/h/d). Weight 2,2 kg.

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About Wilhelm Busch

1832-1908

The painter, draughtsman and poet Wilhelm Busch became the best-known German artist of his time with humorous picture stories. He is considered the founder of modern caricature. His rhymes and drawings form a central piece of German cultural heritage today.

Wilhelm Busch studied in Antwerp, Munich and Düsseldorf. In his own words, the artist spent the best time of his life in 1841-46 as a pupil in Ebergötzen, where he cooked up many pranks with the miller's son Erich Bachmann. This friendship and shared childhood memories gave rise to his famous story: "Max and Moritz: A Story of Seven Boyish Pranks", probably the most translated and read children's book in the world...

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