Monday, December 21, 2009

"A Cruel Misfortune" Part 7

Here's the finished sculpture of M. Beinenbourg, Aide De Camp to Crown Prince Frederick of Hesse Cassel, whom Tallard surrendered himself to during the final stage of the Battle of Blenheim.





4 comments:

Gary Dombrowski said...

Jason, WOW! that figure is pretty sweet looking. I'm really proud of you with the way your work has evolved since we first started chatting online. This period is under represented, but striking pieces like this can only serve to inspire. CLAP CLAP CLAP! ~Gary

Joe said...

Jason,

Dude, it has been said over and over before this is your best work yada,yada....but this is just beyond your best work, this is just simply STUNNING!!I really take my hat off to you on this one. I just LOVE everything about it.

God Bless,

Joe

Matt Springer said...

Lovely work as always, Jason. Looking forward to seeing the whole piece come together. Any plans to attend the Atlanta Show in February? We'd love to have you.

Cheers,

Matt

Radek Pituch said...

Hi Jason
Good looking figure, you realy captured the pose. I started a similar figure some time ago and this is good inspiration to finish it after all those mothns.
Looking forward to more.

Happy New Year

Radek