American Country Carved Wooden Clown

American Country style (mid 20th Cent) carved life-size wood figure of a circus side show clown holding a clock-face hat with a gesso and painted surface (possibly made by Boston Carving Co.)
ITEM #
GRS204
WIDTH
21.0"
STYLE
American Country
DEPTH
14.0"
COLOR
Yellow, Blue
HEIGHT
75.0"
CATEGORY
Sculpture > Large Life Sized Figures
$12,500
In Stock
Qty: 1

American Country Carved Wooden Clown

In Stock
$12,500
Quantity: 1
American Country style (mid 20th Cent) carved life-size wood figure of a circus side show clown holding a clock-face hat with a gesso and painted surface (possibly made by Boston Carving Co.)
ITEM #
GRS204
WIDTH
21.0"
DEPTH
14.0"
HEIGHT
75.0"
STYLE
American Country
COLOR
Yellow, Blue
Category
Sculpture > Large Life Sized Figures
Gesso

Gesso

A white paint created by combining plaster of paris, gypsum, or chalk with a white glue. It is used to prepare various surfaces for oil painting and is treated most often as a base coat, though it is sometimes left decoratively as a primary finish on wooden furniture. As a finish, it works best on porous woods and creates a chalky, gray/white tone. It may also be cast to make repeating ornamental forms in relief to be applied to wood panels, plaster surfaces, etc.

Gesso

Gesso

A white paint created by combining plaster of paris, gypsum, or chalk with a white glue. It is used to prepare various surfaces for oil painting and is treated most often as a base coat, though it is sometimes left decoratively as a primary finish on wooden furniture. As a finish, it works best on porous woods and creates a chalky, gray/white tone. It may also be cast to make repeating ornamental forms in relief to be applied to wood panels, plaster surfaces, etc.

Gesso

Gesso

A white paint created by combining plaster of paris, gypsum, or chalk with a white glue. It is used to prepare various surfaces for oil painting and is treated most often as a base coat, though it is sometimes left decoratively as a primary finish on wooden furniture. As a finish, it works best on porous woods and creates a chalky, gray/white tone. It may also be cast to make repeating ornamental forms in relief to be applied to wood panels, plaster surfaces, etc.

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