DEAN AS THE REBEL
MASK ENHANCED TO CAPTURE THE FACE OF "THE REBEL" HIMSELF
(1931- 1955 ) Dean became not only an actor of note, but one with a cult
following. His fans cast him in a hero's mold. His sullen, difficult, iconoclastic
personality became an object of admiration. His death from an auto accident
in 1955 resulted in nationwide mourning unequaled before or since. James
Deans film credits are: Fixed Bayonets
(1951), Has Anybody Seen My Gal
(1951),Rebel Without a Cause
(1955), and Giant
released in 1956.
This mask is enhanced
to create a very impressive display. The cast from James Dean's face has
been sculpturally enhanced by artist
Erickson. The eyes have been sculpted open
in the cool Dean style. Deans head is cocked, and his famous jacket has
the collar turned up. The ears and eyebrows have been added and James Dean's
hair has been styled like we see it in the film.
SCULPTURE IS SIGNED AND NUMBERED BY THE ARTIST
The sculpture is cast in Tuf-Cal a fiber filled Gypsum cement with polymer
This sculpture is finished in Silver Screen Silver, then rubbed with an
Antiquing overlay to bring out the detail. It is then sealed to preserve
it. The sculpture is ready for hanging.
The sculpture is a full scale 1 to 1 cast and it measures 11 inches by
7 1/2 inches. This unique collectable is heavy.
CAN A GUY GROW UP IN A CIRCUS LIKE THAT?"
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