Sculpture made in bronze by sculptor and goldsmith Miguel Moreno which represents a Spanish fighting bull's head.
The sculpture measures 5.8cm wide, 14.5cm high and 5.8cm long.
This sculpture is made using a process called lost wax casting. This process is where the model is converted into wax and then melted from the mold in which bronze will be cast. Once the metal has cooled it is cast to remove imperfections and polish. Lastly, the sculpture is finished with a glaze. To finish the process the mold is removed which means only a small number of copies are produced at one time.
Miguel Moreno is a Granadian sculptor and goldsmith, specialising in metal casting. His artistic production encompasses everything from small pendants to large sculptural monuments. Although his material of choice is bronze mostly, he also uses marble, stone, ivory, wood, gold, silver and sheet metal (iron, steel, zinc, aluminium, copper, brass, etc.)
The sculpture represents Lidia’s bull’s head. This is a personal composition of this animal by Miguel Moreno, a symbol of Spanish culture.
- Bronze sculpture made by the artist Miguel Moreno.
- The sculpture forms part of a unique series of 100 copies.
- Certificate of authenticity.
- Measures: 5.8 x 14.5 x 5.8 cm.