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Arnold Goldstein
Mustang, Bronze Sculpture by Arnold Goldstein

1975

About the Item

Bronze sculpture of a wild mustang horse created by American artist Arnold Goldstein. This artwork has the signature and numbering inscribed. Numbered 3/6.
  • Creator:
    Arnold Goldstein (1937)
  • Creation Year:
    1975
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 10.5 in (26.67 cm)Width: 22 in (55.88 cm)Depth: 4 in (10.16 cm)
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  • Gallery Location:
    Long Island City, NY
  • Reference Number:
    Seller: RO783491stDibs: LU46610008492
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