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Lucy Kinsella

'Seated Dachshund' sterling silver sculpture

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A 'Seated Dachshund’ sterling silver sculpture by Lucy Kinsella, the limited edition finely modelled dachshund sat up straight on his hind legs begging for a tasty morsel. His long thin tail points straight out behind him as he waits patiently with his ears folded down looking hopeful that something tasty will soon come his way. This charming little dog has been sculpted in Kinsella’s instantly recognisable style with her dynamic, impressionistic treatment of surface texture and exceptional ability to capture the animal’s personality. He would make a delightful addition to any mantle piece, table or sideboard.
  • OriginEngland
  • Weight description338 grams
  • Dimensions12cm high x 8cm
Directors notes
Born in Hampshire in 1960, Kinsella now lives in Leicestershire. As an animal sculptor inspired by Barye, Degas and Bugatti, her work ranges from delicate table-top bronzes to life-size and monumental sculpture. Kinsella’s trademark is her expressive handling and fine detailing, capturing movement and energy. Her work is held in many collections in the UK and around the world.

Kinsella, Lucy

“A desire for being with, observing and drawing animals has been with me from my earliest memory, so it comes as no surprise that as a professional artist I am an animalier.” Lucy Kinsella.

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