Father And Child

35,00

  • Technique Burnished
  • Size 11 cm
  • Delivery time 3-5 business days
SKU: MA00202SB Category:
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Father and child – art sculpture by Ger van Tankeren

A work of art for every occasion

Discover the enchanting beauty of the art sculpture “Father and Child” by renowned Dutch artist Ger van Tankeren. This beautiful and original artwork is not only pleasing to the eye, but also the perfect gift for special occasions.

High quality materials and workmanship

Ger van Tankeren’s sculptures are made of a high-quality pewter alloy with bronze, providing a durable and elegant look. Many of these artworks are mounted on a marble pedestal, which adds an extra touch of class to the whole. Each image comes with a card with the title and a biography of the artist, giving it an extra personal touch.

About the artist: Ger van Tankeren

Ger van Tankeren, born in Maastricht in 1964, is a self-taught artist of the highest order. With no formal art training, he developed his skills by making art throughout his life. Today, he is highly regarded for his craftsmanship and the beautiful sculptures he creates, both large and small. His work is characterized by elegance, attention to detail and broad appeal.

Versatile themes and applications

Ger van Tankeren’s sculptures cover a variety of themes, making them perfect for both domestic and professional settings. With excellent value for money and beautiful designs, these sculptures are very popular as corporate gifts.

Why choose “Father and Child”?

– ** and original design**: Each sculpture is a work of art in itself.
– **High Quality Materials**: Made of tin alloy with bronze and often attached to a marble base.
– **Versatile use**: Suitable for both personal and business gifts.
– **Renowned Artist**: Ger van Tankeren is known for his craftsmanship and attention to detail.

Add a touch of art and elegance to your interior or surprise someone with an and personalized gift. Order the art sculpture “Father and Child” by Ger van Tankeren at Amersfoort Art today.