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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 31 days ago • April 17, 2024 • 12:39 PM
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 31 days ago • April 17, 2024 • 12:39 PM
Clearly this gorgeous bunny has been eating her veggies because her gray coat is sparkling! Aware that her herbivore diet has made her the prettiest girl in the meadow, she has added to her allure by donning a beautiful floral garland. Usually, her observant eyes would be scanning for predators but, in this case, she is simply taking in all of the admiring glances.
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 80 days ago • Feb. 28, 2024 • 3:22 PM
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 80 days ago • Feb. 28, 2024 • 3:22 PM
An exquisitely sculpted bunny, so lifelike one keeps anticipating a twitch or an exhale, rests among a sea of hand-molded flowers. From a simple piece of clay, talented hands roll, pinch, and combine layer upon layer to create meticulous, delicate blossoms. Exhibiting the unrivaled artistry of Herend, the resulting vignette is so realistic even mother nature herself might be fooled.
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 121 days ago • Jan. 18, 2024 • 9:14 AM
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 121 days ago • Jan. 18, 2024 • 9:14 AM
With every figurine, there is the challenge for Herend's painters to honor and herald what the sculptor has accomplished in form. Here, after careful study of the subject in white, section by section, layer by layer, the artist has applied a complex painting style befitting this crested beauty, one of the largest and most memorable forest birds in North America. Alas, even noble birds like the pileated woodpecker can't escape the everyday, such as feeding a pair of very ...Read more of post

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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 130 days ago • Jan. 9, 2024 • 2:38 PM
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 130 days ago • Jan. 9, 2024 • 2:38 PM
As with most creatives, Herend's artists have an inherent restlessness to perpetually innovate in the pursuit their craft. With this achingly elegant swan, they have employed a striking, new painting technique to capture the airy, delicate composition of a bird's feather. To heighten the swan's allure further, the face has been painted in a natural coloration which gives full expression to the haunting beauty of this figurine.
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend 171 days ago • Nov. 29, 2023 • 1:13 PM
The golden hour of daylight and the majestic scenery of his forest home are reflected in the burnished coat of Herend's stately moose. A creative scene within a scene, the artists at Herend have rendered a remarkably rich composition using just two colors.
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend Nov. 15, 2023 • 11:57 AM • 185 days ago
Two ducks pose in their feathery finest with alternating colors of yellow, green, brown and terracotta fishnet offset by dramatic gold highlights. Their coy expression could be attributed to the fact that they know a secret: the logs they are sitting on aren't real. Herend's artists have done a masterful job painting in the faux bois style and only a close inspection reveals the true porcelain composition.
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend Nov. 8, 2023 • 10:45 AM • 192 days ago
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend Nov. 8, 2023 • 10:45 AM • 192 days ago
It is immediately identifiable by its glamorous plumage; however, even if presented only in silhouette, the wood duck would still be recognizable by its unique shape consisting of a famously boxy, crested head and long, broad tail. Luckily, Herend's figurine features all dimensions and kaleidoscopic colors of this perching waterfowl and combines multiple patterns and painting techniques to expertly capture this North American beauty.
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend Oct. 4, 2023 • 1:28 PM • 227 days ago
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend Oct. 4, 2023 • 1:28 PM • 227 days ago
While this mother & baby are a North American subspecies of the brown bear, they are more commonly known as grizzly bears. As to the origin of their name, the bears can thank none other than Lewis & Clark whose journals mention a "grisley bear" no doubt referring to these majestic symbols of the wild whose grizzled appearance is caused by the long guard hairs on their backs and shoulders frequently having white tips. The fur of these bears is often dark...Read more of post

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Jim Gouldin @ Herend Sept. 27, 2023 • 12:10 PM • 234 days ago
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend Sept. 27, 2023 • 12:10 PM • 234 days ago
The American Kestrel may be North America's smallest raptor but by no means does that diminish its abilities as a hunter as evidenced by those impressive talons. What it lacks in size the kestrel makes up in coloration since it is considered the most colorful of raptors. Often found perched on a wire or a pole, the kestrel will pump its long tail to keep its balance while scanning for an unfortunate grasshopper. The sculptors and painters at Herend had no desire to ...Read more of post

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Jim Gouldin @ Herend Sept. 13, 2023 • 12:19 PM • 248 days ago
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Jim Gouldin @ Herend Sept. 13, 2023 • 12:19 PM • 248 days ago
Mother nature perfected him and now Herend's artists have immortalized the famous little shorebird often found darting along the water's edge doing his memorable bobbing dance. With stilt-like legs designed for standing in water and a long beak ideal for digging for coastal creatures, the sandpiper is a common presence along beaches (but can actually be found anywhere with water). In the hands of Herend's artists, the sandpiper makes his debut in dramatic fashion from ...Read more of post

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