Mid Century Wall Art J. SEGURA Wild Horses Running (LARGE) Rare Miami based 1968 SALE
 
 

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Mid Century Wall Art J. SEGURA Wild Horses Running (LARGE) Rare Miami based 1968 SALE

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    06-09-2014, 11:59 AM
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Mid Century Wall Art J. SEGURA Wild Horses Running (LARGE) Rare Miami based 1968 SALE

Hi, My name is Joe & my Father in Law was a huge Horse aficionado he collected many images & sculptures as well as riding his "Baby" as often as he could get to the stables. He has since passed & one of his favorite artworks was this large wall sculpture he kept in the entrance way to his stables.
It is a Mid Century Wall Art J. SEGURA Wild Horses Running (LARGE) Rare Miami based 1968 Signed & dated " J. SEGURA" "68"
It is about 68 1/2' long x 26 1/4 wide... there is no cracks or breaks & is very solid...there is a wire for hanging...its made of fiberglass and it has a metal frame support in the fiberglass on the back, This is an Item that I know he would love to go to another aficionado, He loved looking at this art & commenting on the "FREEDOM" it represents. It was Valued at $900 by the estate appraisers but we would take $725 or b/o. I'm not sure if this is the proper area to post this if not please let me know where it should be posted.
The art is located in Brick, NJ but I am also traveling back to south eastern VA to settle some more of the estate so re can arraign something.

Here is the background of the wall art :

This piece was produced by the Segura Art Studios, a Miami area company that specialized in large fiberglass/ resin/ composite cast Wall Art The scale of the pieces was often quite large (like This One) and most often depicted modern interpretations of Horses, dancers, gladiators, conquistadors, harlequins, clowns, etc. - all popular in decorative motifs during the 1960's

I'm trying to figure out how to post a picture I will keep trying If you are intrested contact me & I will email it to you direct
Thanks for reading this
Joe
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