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Museum Replica of "Together"

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Alva Museum Replica Together
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Category - Art - Sculpture
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Item id - PYH 4010

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The original sculpture titled "Together" was done by Helga Meyer, a sculptor who had an exhibit in 1969 at the Nicholas Roerich Museum in New York City entitled "Sculpture by Helga Meyer." She also had her sculpture "Freedom Fighter" featured on the February, 1970 cover of The Crisis Magazine of the NAACP. Her "Together" statue is a touching tribute to motherhood with a mother and her child clasped in a loving embrace.
Museum Replica of "Together"

This is a copy of that sculpture made by Alva Museum Replicas. Painted in a realistically shaded and textured bronze, it is mounted on a dark brown wood grain base. Their gold foil label on the felted bottom reads: "Authentic Reproductions Copyrighted by Alva Museum Replicas, Inc. Alva Studios New York, N.Y." Impressed at the bottom of the back of the statue is the copyright mark, the date 1970 and Helga Meyer (see photograph #3). Alva Studios made these exacting replicas in Alvastone* and called them "Alvacasts."

This sculpture stands 10 inches tall on an irregular oval base that is 4 1/2 inches by 4 inches and weighs about 2 pounds. It's in exceptional condition and an art object that is both modern and timeless. 

Together Statue by Alva-back view

Together Statue by Alva-Bottom View