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JOHN WILLIAMS BRONZE SCULPTURE


Andrés Valvader
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Coinciding with the launch of the book John Williams: Life and work, we present to all fans and admirers of the master this new work. A magnificent and original bronze sculpture, to serve as a coda to this book. Thus closing the circle projected in such forward three years ago.

WILLIAMS SCULPTURE

WILLIAMS SCULPTURE (Purchase)

JOHN WILLIAMS: Life and Work

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Not shure about the pose... and the head size.

P.S. Miguel, you can now post your comment that will say: "I actually love the pose and the head size." :D

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Not sure about the pose... and the head size.

What?!!! It is of course the aggressive John Williams we so seldom see. ;)

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This is the best Williams' sculpture I've ever seen.

It is also the only one you have seen, isn't it?

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This whole thread is ridiculous. John Williams bronze sculptures? Really?

Everyone knows the only appropriate material for a John Williams sculpture is marble. He should also be giving the "I'll try!" thumbs up.

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Ha, ha, hilarious! :)

I'm reminded of the cover of Gramophone a few years ago, where they had this bust of John Williams. That, at least, looked pretty decent. I have the magazine,but couldn't find a linkable picture online.

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Ho wow, John Williams has theets. Never saw them before.

I had to google that word...

And i was bewildered by the Williams connection...

http://www.urbandictionary.com/define.php?term=Theet

I suppose you meant TEETH...

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  • 5 weeks later...
GOOD NEWS!. PRICE REDUCED. NEW VERSION. Exclusive and limited sculpture tribute to John Williams.


NOW available only in urethane resin with a special gloss bronze finish $156. (Included shipping cost for U.S.A and Japan).


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