English artist’s wooden articulated mannequin from the early 20th century. This piece is reminiscent of the practice, common during the Renaissance, of artists using mannequins as models. The stillness provided by the articulated mannequins allowed artists to perfect their art without tiring endlessly a live model and the silence allowed the artist to focus without interruption. This particular English mannequin, of medium size, will charm you with its simple presence and act as a reminder of the creative process.
6″W x 3.5″D 32″H