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Title: Duet
by: Dorothy Jackson Smith
Art Type: Sculpture
Media: Bronze Sculpture
Subject: Equine
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gorgeous sculpture, i can see every muscle on a ho...
gorgeous sculpture, i can see every muscle on a horse body, this is really beautiful!
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I love how the stiff posture of the rider is mirro...
I love how the stiff posture of the rider is mirrored in the horse's extended foreleg, caught mid-stride. I do wish I could see this from more angles -- a flat image is never very fair to a sculpture.
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1 9/15/2017 1:19 AM
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The horse has beautiful lines. Mid step is capture...
The horse has beautiful lines. Mid step is captured perfectly, you can feel the tension of the moment just as the front leg extends and reaches for the ground. The ears are perked forward and the head


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