Each unique sculpture is sculpted by Klaus Gaar. He gathers ideas from books, people,
and influences from around the world. Imagination is everything.
The copies are limited and numbered to preserve the novelty of the piece.
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Francis Albert Sinatra (December 12, 1915 – May 14, 1998) was an American jazz-oriented popular singer and Academy Award-winning actor.This unique sculpture of Frank Sinatra is made out of bonded bronze in ¼ lifesize, with antique brown patina finsh. The pedestal is mahagony with a base of black painted pinewood.
Golden eagle ( Aquila chrysaetos )
The Golden Eagle (Aquila chrysaetos) is one of the best known birds of prey in the Northern Hemisphere. Like all eagles, it belongs to the family Accipitridae. Once distributed across North America, Europe and Asia, it has disappeared from many of the more heavily populated areas. This lifesizebust is made out of cold cast bronze on a “iron rock“ base mounted on cherry wood pedestal.
Einstein has always been prodigy in the history of Science.
This special piece is uniquely designed and Sculpted to be admired by people who love the nature of mathematics and science.
This sculpture was derived from a famous photo taken of Einstein. This picture is a photo in which he sticks out his tongue to the respective observer. The picture which was taken in 1951, is still present on the front pages of magazines, on posters and t-shirts. It was taken on Einsteins 72nd birthday in Princeton on March 14, 1951 by a press photographer (Arthur Sasse).
The pedestal is also hand sculpted and ergraved with einsteins famous E = mc2. It is one of the most famous euqations, even to non physicists.
The size of this unique sculpture is 10.5" x 7" x 4.5"
This sculpture captures the exact moment of the smile and is a great piece to cheer up (or creep out) an individual that doesn’t feel.
The sculpture is approximately four inches tall and two inches wide, a wonderful desk sculpture.
Size also can be larger or smaller if interested.