Bronze sculpture Kimoko by Lundeen, circa 1989. This Kimoko bronze sculpture is #16/50 by George Lundeen (1948 – ).
About George Lundeen
Born in Holdrege, Nebraska, George Lundeen has become a nationally known sculptor of realistic figures. A Fulbright-Hayes scholar, he spent one year in Italy while attending the Academia de Belle Arte in Florence. He holds a master of Fine Arts from the University of Illinois and a Bachelor of Arts from Hastings College in Nebraska. He achieved the status of full Academician of the National Academy of Design in New York, which is the highest professional recognition bestowed on visual arts in America.
Lundeen is renowned for his commemorative busts and sentimental, life-size figure groupings. His detailed, highly polished bronzes encompass any number of subjects, including Benjamin Franklin to astronauts. He has been commissioned to sculpt portraits and interpretive works alike for universities, municipalities, foundations, and corporations.
Lundeen is currently living and working in Colorado.
17″H x 4.5″ Diameter