Knud Kyhn Rare Large Eagle Owl

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Knud Kyhn Rare Large Eagle Owl

 

This is a very rare example of  Knud Kyhn’s work a limited edition of an extremely large Eagle Owl, one of the edition is on view in the Copenhagen museum.

Knud Kyhn (1880 – 1969)  was a multi talented artist who was accomplished in many disciplines including painting, illustrating but most famously for his animal sculptures. The more common pieces are very small in size, but larger examples are much rarer.

He worked for the Royal Copenhagen factory in Denmark for the majority of his life, where he was allowed the freedom to make his many animal sculpture in his own distinctive style.

He closely studied animal at the Copenhagen Zoo capturing the essence and characteristics of each of his subjects.

This rare piece is in excellent condition and a very important piece of Knud Kyhn’s work and is from a private collection therefore new to the market .

Measurements;

High 59 cm      Wide 30cm    Depth 31 cm

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Knud Kyhn   1880 – 1969  was a multi talented artist who was  accomplished in painting, illustrating but most famously for his animal sculptures.

He worked for the Royal Copenhagen factory in Denmark for the majority of his life, where he was allowed the freedom to make his many animal sculpture in his own distinctive style.

This is a very rare example of  Kund Kyhn’s work a limited edition of an extremely large Eagle Owl, one of the edition is on view in the Copenhagen museum.

Knud Kyhn (1880 – 1969)  was a multi talented artist who was accomplished in many disciplines including painting, illustrating but most famously for his animal sculptures. The more common pieces are very small in size, but larger examples are much rarer.

He worked for the Royal Copenhagen factory in Denmark for the majority of his life, where he was allowed the freedom to make his many animal sculpture in his own distinctive style.

He closely studied animal at the Copenhagen Zoo capturing the essence and characteristics of each of his subjects.

Measurements;

High 59 cm      Wide 30cm    Depth 31 cm

He closely studied animal at the Copenhagen Zoo capturing the essence and characteristics of each of his subjects.