"Half-head In Cross Section From XIXth Century: Study Of"magnificent cut of a head, skinned for a representation of a traumatic brain injury.
this half polychrome plaster head dates from the late nineteenth century.
it is in perfect condition, and the cross-section of this woman's head thus allows to see a cranial trauma.
the details are of great precision and it is a museum quality work. on the base we see that this head comes from the A.Nicolas collection.
the realism of this plaster workmanship is so close to reality that it feels like a real head, the colors are perfect and the proportions.
all rest on a wooden base.
the size is the scale of the reality, really impressive!!!
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