Big Skull and Horn
- Jack Zajac, American, 1929-
Big Skull and Horn, 1962-63
Cast Bronze in two parts
Gift of Dr. & Mrs. Charles Hamlin, 1978.15A-B
Zajac's sculptures, while informed by abstraction, have the talismanic presence of dinosaur fossils. In fact, this sculpture refers to Zajac's prevalent motif of a ram's skull with broken horns. The forms are not merely archaeological, but mythological, which he imbues with highly personal feelings.
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