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Seated Child

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Photo-Realism or Hyper-Realism emerged around 1965. Painters began to make pictures with a photographic level of realism. Hanson also adopted this style. His sculptures are casts of people. They are extremely lifelike and have real clothing. Hanson’s work is an ironic reflection of reality.

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Title Seated Child
Material and technique Glassfibre reinforced polyester, oil, artificial hair, textile, sneakers, wood, candy bar wrapper
Object type
Sculpture > Three-dimensional object > Art object
Location This object is travelling

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Duane Hanson

Alexandria 1925 - Boca Raton 1996

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