Bull Sculpture(73 items)
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I love this little Bull!! He was better than I expected. He was packed so well there was no way he could have arrived broken. Hes so we exquisitely and finely painted. He is absolutely delightful. I actually placed him on my desk so I can see him every day.
Another colorful addition to my collection
I have been collecting Jon Anderson?s work for several years. They are intricately put together with wonderful colors and are very realistic representations of the animals. I have a cat, bison, elk, polar bear and penguin. Love them all!
It was well wrapped and from the moment I opened it I was amazed on how shiny and beautiful this piece was, I would recommend it to anyone, excellent talent from Mr. Barrow, thanks!!!
Maribel Posso Olivares Handcrafted ceramics
"I want more people to gift dreams with my designs. They are full of love and color, and are the result of teamwork and passion."
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Popular Bull Sculpture
Wood Sculpture Statuette Hand Carved in Peru, "Lucky Bull from Pucara"$139.99
The is celebrated during cattle branding ceremonies to ensure the animals will be fertile, and it is believed that the little bull guards families and households. A fusion of native Andean and Spanish imagery, these fancifully decorated bulls are crafted in ceramic in the Ayacucho town of Pucará. John Barrow designs the hand-carved ishpingo wood sculpture.
Antiqued Bronze Bull Figurine from Bali, "Steadfast Bull"$59.99
Lowering its head, a steadfast bull is ready to charge. Balinese artisan Adi Noviantara creates a nature-inspired figurine, which is cast from bronze. An antiqued finish creates a striking contrast between brown and gleaming gold-tone portions.
Hand Painted Red Ceramic Bull Sculpture Floral from Peru, "Little Red Pucara Bull"$17.99
A charming red bull tells the story of the a bull that was to be sacrificed by the people of Pucara in order to bring much-needed rain. However, the bull resisted, using its horn to pierce the side of a mountain, bringing a flood of water that pleased the people of Pucara. Maribel Posso Olivares draws inspiration from that myth, crafting this ceramic figurine in the characteristic style of Pupuja, painting the red bull by hand with metallic-colored accents and multicolored floral motifs.