LAUGHTON (1899- 1962 ) Laughton received his training
at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art in London. His first American film was
The old Dark House 1932.
Laughton then got raves for The Devil and the
Deap 1932. He won an Oscar for The Private Life of Henry VIII in 1932.
My favorite is The Hunchback of Notre
Dame. 1939. Towards the end of his body of work he
and his wife Elsa Lanchester (Bride of Frankenstein) both got Oscar nominations for Witness for the Prosecution
This mask is enhanced to create a very impressive display. THIS IS AMAZING.
|EACH SCULPTURE IS SIGNED AND NUMBERED BY
THE ARTIST. The finnished piece is cast in USG's
Tuf-Cal gypsum cement, it is fiber filled and has polymer additves to
assure it will last forever. |
This sculpture is finished in black and white so it looks like the film.
Then it is rubbed with an antiquing overlay to bring out the detail.
The piece is then sealed with a clear coat to preserve the finish.
Each sculpture comes with hanging instructions and the screw.Great for a Home Theater Room.
The sculpture is a full scale 1 to 1 cast and measures 11 inches by 8 inches and is 7 inches deep.
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