Bronze Head Of A Racehorse. John Wrenn Sutton, Aust.
Bronze Head Of A Racehorse
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Bronze Head Of A Racehorse

c1919. Bronze relief, incised signature lower left, titled and annotated in ink on distressed original exhibition label “Royal…[?]” attached verso, 11 x 17cm. Original frame.

Provenance: artist’s estate in Kensington, NSW. British-born John Wrenn Sutton was a sculptor, poet and singer. He worked mainly in bronze relief and plaster, and was one of the very few artists who cast their work in Australia during the first quarter of the 20th century. He had a studio in Macquarie Street in Sydney, and was a finalist in the Wynne Prize in 1909. Ref: The Herald, 31.7.1905; The Catholic Freeman’s Journal, 29.1.1942.

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Item #CL192-162

Price (AUD): $1,850.00  Other currencies

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