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Catherine de' Medici (Florence, April 13, 1519 - Blois, January 5, 1589) was Queen of France from 1547 to 1559. Catharina was exceptionally active as patroness and commissioner of artists and architects. However, her reputation as an evil poisoner seems grossly exaggerated. (Wikipedia) The differently shaped coloured areas at the top of the image represent the vials with poisonous contents. The content bubbles and squirms and doesn't bode well. Her personality is expressed in the cool aluminum foil. But the warm golden flecks also indicate another side of her character. Her status as queen is displayed in the form of a crown at the top of the statue.
Sculpture:Paint on Wood
Size:13 W x 45.3 H x 9.8 D in
Packaging:Ships in a Box
Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.
Live and work in Maastricht, the Netherlands. I started in 1995 with making my small furniture and wood sculptures under the name Unicorn Creation, Decorative objects that can also be used practically. Painting the inside of an object is just as important to me as painting the outside. Opening doors, drawers and boxes therefore has an element of surprise. All unique items.
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