Wilhelm Busch:
Sculpture "Max and Moritz", bonded bronze version
Wilhelm Busch:
Sculpture "Max and Moritz", bonded bronze version

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ars mundi sculpture model | bonded bronze | handmade | hand-patinated | -polished | size 19 x 19.5 x 9 cm | weight 3 kg

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Sculpture "Max and Moritz", bonded bronze version
Wilhelm Busch: Sculpture "Max and Moritz", bonded bronze...

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Sculpture "Max and Moritz", bonded bronze version

ars mundi sculpture model, designed after Wilhelm Busch's humorous drawings from 1865. Edition in polymer bonded bronze. Patinated and polished by hand. Size 19 x 19.5 x 9 cm. Weight 3 kg.

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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