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Yaacov Agam Shalom Window I Lighted Acrylic Stained Glass Brass Sculpture 21/99

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We are pleased to offer this outstanding work of art by famous listed Israel artist Yaacov Agam. The illuminated sculpture is titled "Shalom Window I" and features a silk screened acrylic stained glass framed in brass. There is a light inside the base the illuminates the acrylic. Please see the last few photos, it is beautiful when lit. Signed by the artist and is a low edition of only 99 made. This is number 21 of 99. The sculpture dates from the early 1980s. Frame and base is made of solid brass. The acrylic silk screen colorful design is on both sides of the sculpture. Wonderful dark patina and can be polished if desired. Has the original plate on the front with the artists name and title. The color is outstanding and displays well. In overall condition is very nice for its age. No cracks, no scratches to the acrylic, no repairs, no dents and no major wear to speak of. Brass base has minor wear from age. Measures: 28" tall by 12 1/4" wide by 7" deep.
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