Porcelain minimalist sculpture Hippo Matilda is made at the Imperial porcelain factory and hand-painted with underglaze paints by Gavrilova. The form is shown in shape of this animal with a massive body, a topography of folds on the neck and in the pelvic area. The author depicts a voluminous head that the Hippo puts forward with small ears and a small tail behind. The head has a massive front part with three-dimensional recesses under the eyes, which gives the product the semblance of a real Hippo even without painting. The animal is presented in a standing position. The artist draws a Hippo in dark brown and brown colors with lighter areas to the bottom of the base. This sculpture is suitable for all lovers of wildlife.
Weight: 75 g
Height: 4,4 cm