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Anthropomorphic oval wooden Medallion by John Byron

Anthropomorphic oval wooden Medallion. Lady of Night

Original creation by John Byron: series  "victorian Animals ".

" Anthropomorphisme is a recurring art in 18th century, and we find number of examples through the illustrated literature, as well as the paintings of masters. Dogs, cats, but also and especially animals of the hunting, even the farm, so adorn themselves with ceremonial dresses, and strike the pose, so giving a surrealist counterpart to a too strict rigorism of the portrait of this period, and revealing the indestructible and natural link between the Man and the Animal. "

John Byron - Victorian Animals

Wood: Pine painted in glossy black

Dimensions: 19 x 13.3cm

A ring to hang the frame at the Back.

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