Statue sculpture animal pop culture intitulée "Fox Captain".

 

Cette sculpture renard inspirée de l'univers Marvel (Comics) a été peinte avec finesse à la peinture acrylique extra fine puis recouverte d'un vernis ultra brillant double couche, protecteur anti UV.

 

Cette superbe statue de décoration en résine trouvera fièrement sa place dans votre collection pop culture, votre intérieur moderne, que ce soit sur une étagère, une table ou un buffet...

Sculpture pop culture - Fox Captain

€195.00Price
  • H26 x L15 x PR16.7 cm

    • Oeuvre Pop Culture peinte à la main à l'acrylique extra fine
    • Sculpture en résine signée de la main de l'artiste peintre
    • Livraison gratuite en France métropolitaine, Belgique, Suisse et Allemagne
    • Envoi en colissimo avec numéro de suivi et protection entièrement sécurisée de l'oeuvre
    •  Certificat d'authenticité fourni

Priscilla Vettese is an artist painter.

It is in his studio located in France near Paris that the artist captures the intensity of contrasts on her paintings, composes colors and textures with spontaneous and colorful touches to immortalize the moment. through the prism of his emotions.

Through figurative paintings and abstract paintings, her inspiration comes for the admiration of nature.

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Each painting is unique and original with its own certificate of authenticity

Each painting is hand-signed and countersigned by the hand of the artist

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However, representing painting's format can be difficult. This is why the dimensions are clearly mentioned in the description above.

 

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