Hot Cast Bronze Bas-Relief Portrait Of Eva Green

This bronze casting was part of a show at the Frederick Remington Museum in Ogdensburg NY. It began as a carving in clay from which a mold was made to cast a wax copy. The wax was invested in ceramic shell later to be melted out, referred to as the lost wax technique. The casting was then chased and a hot patina applied. It is 11.5 in. tall by 9.5 in. wide and 1 in. deep

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