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Saxophonist by Kristof Toth Sculpture - Limited Edition of 5

Peter Vámosi - VamosiArt group

Slovakia

Sculpture, Bronze on Stone

Size: 2.8 W x 11.8 H x 2.8 D in

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The saxophone was constructed by Belgian instrument maker, flautist and clarinetist Adolphe Sax in 1840. Since he invented this great masterpiece, many legends in different generations have skillfully mastered this instrument and played it to absolute perfection. These great saxophonists innovated various musical styles of saxophone playing. The saxophone gained popularity primarily in the genres of jazz, brass and rock. I think that the statue of a saxophonist will find its worthy place in the interior of a lover of any musical genre.

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Sculpture:Bronze on Stone

Artist Produced Limited Edition of:5

Size:2.8 W x 11.8 H x 2.8 D in

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We are a artist group of friends - professional artists from Hungary and Slovakia (European Union). Artist from Hungary presented by Vamosiart group: Istvan Cene gal, Peter Duhaj, Janos Kujbus, Kristof Toth, Erno Toth. Artist from Slovakia presented by Vamosiart group: Emil Mlynarcik, Peter Vamosi. You can view the works arranged by author in the Collections (opening at the bottom of the page).

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