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Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
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Jeff Koons

Jeff Koons

$6,500

American (1954)

  • Date: 2012
  • Porcelain Sculpture, signature and numbering under base
  • Edition of 3500
  • Size: 15 x 16 x 15 in. (38.1 x 40.64 x 38.1 cm)

$6,500

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about Split Rocker

This whimsical sculpture is half rocking horse and half toy dinosaur.

Koons first created the “Split-Rocker” in 2000 as a large flower covered installation in France. This porcelain version serves as a sculpture and a vase, so it can appear with flowers in the domestic space.

Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
Split Rocker Ceramic | Jeff Koons
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About The Artist: Jeff Koons

Jeffrey "Jeff" Koons (born January 21, 1955) is an American artist known for his reproductions of banal objects—such as Balloon animals produced in stainless steel with mirror finish surfaces. He lives and works in New York City and his hometown York, Pennsylvania. Koons' work has sold for substantial sums of money including at least one world record auction price for a work by a living artist. The largest sum known to be paid for a work...

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About The Medium: Cel

A cel, short for celluloid, is a transparent sheet on which objects are drawn or painted for traditional, hand-drawn animation. Actual celluloid (consisting of cellulose nitrate and camphor) was used during the first half of the 20th century, but since it was flammable and dimensionally unstable it was largely replaced by cellulose acetate.

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Split Rocker

Jeff Koons

2012

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2012

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