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Leo Higgins FASTNET LIGHTHOUSE
Lot 114
Result: Not Sold
Estimate: €2,000 - €3,000
Leo Higgins, b.1951 FASTNET LIGHTHOUSE Bronze, 46.5cm high. Leo Higgins is an Irish sculptor born in Dublin in 1951. He is a founder member of the Sculptor's Society of Ireland (now Visual Artists Ireland). He lectures part-time at the National Co... Read more
Lot 114 - FASTNET LIGHTHOUSE by Leo Higgins Lot 114 Leo Higgins FASTNET LIGHTHOUSE
Estimate: €2,000 - €3,000
Leo Higgins, b.1951
FASTNET LIGHTHOUSE
Bronze, 46.5cm high.

Leo Higgins is an Irish sculptor born in Dublin in 1951. He is a founder member of the Sculptor's Society of Ireland (now Visual Artists Ireland). He lectures part-time at the National College of Art and Design, Dublin and is a Director of CAST Bronze Foundry in Dublin. Winner of the Oireachtas Prize for Sculpture in 1984 and 1985, Higgins has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions throughout Ireland, including the Royal Hibernian Academy and Sculpture in Context, Dublin.
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