Bronze Abstract Sculpture by Artist Richard Etts

Richard Etts started his artistic career in New York in the early 60's to the late 70's. He created plaster casts from various anatomical parts which he would later use to make sculptures and decorative accessories. Today those pieces are highly collected.

This rare and one of a kind sculpture was personally cast by the artist. It has been highly polished, and thus its shimmering solid gold appearance. Although the sculpture is numbered 1/5, according to the artist “there will be no more castings by me personally.” Executed in 1991, but never seen publically before now until this exclusive listing on 1stdibs.

No matter what angle the sculpture is viewed from, it expresses movement, free form and independence of spirit, perhaps that’s why this creative genius titled it “Dancers”.