Bronze Fish (Pair)
by Arturas Karabanovas


8.5" (24cm) x 9" (23cm) each



Each fish measures approx 8.5″ (24cm) x 9″ (23cm) and weighs in at approx 1.5kg indiviudally

Lithuanian born sculptor, Arturas, has produced, from his Galway home, another piece of art (or rather, a pair, in this instance) influenced by his love and adoration for all things marine. These bronze fish, individually sculpted and cast by Arturas himself, and patinated in a deep purple, are free standing (balanced rather cleverly by their fins) and face each other in a fun and whimsical fashion; their eyes locked together, lips almost touching and fins forming a perfect heart, as they mirror image one another.


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NOTE: Due to Covid 19 areas are experiencing delays and some restrictions on deliveries – please enquire directly with us if you are concerned. 

We generally use the postal service here in Ireland, called An Post. It is very reliable and we take the utmost care in packing all our pieces professionally to ensure that have the very best chance of arriving safely in their destination.  This option would be at your own risk.

We can also offer you our own cargo insurance at a reasonable price – weight and piece dependent. Please enquire with us for this option. (This will also be packed by us and carried by An Post as above)

Taking into account the delicate nature and cost of your purchase, if you would prefer it travel in a specialized and insured Art Box with an outside Art Handler, then this can be arranged.  For paintings up to and including the size 120cm x 100 cm – prices with an insured professional courier, range from €75 – all the way up to €475 (size and location dependent) NOTE: This option will take considerably longer as we will have to outsource it and get quotes for you before we proceed.

For paintings or items falling outside of those largest dimensions then a further discussion is required – as it may need to have a bespoke crate to be built for it and a further cost will apply.

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