The Headless Horseman Of Sleepy Hollow: Sculpture In Bronze - Statue From 1988
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The Headless Horseman Of Sleepy Hollow: Sculpture In Bronze - Statue From 1988:
Halloween IS COMING....AND SO IS THE HEADLESS HORSEMAN OF SLEEPY HOLLOW!!!From 1988, here is the Haunted Hessian on his nightmare ride on his ghost-horse, in search of his lost-to-a-cannonball head, ready to hurtle a carved pumpkin at any and all who come in his path! Sculpted by award-winning artist Richard Masloski - who has created the life-size Rip Van Winkle in Irvington-on-Hudson, home to Washington Irving, author of the Headless Horseman as well as Rip's tale - a casting of this bronze graces the foyer of the Sleepy Hollow Country Club in Sleepy Hollow, New York. It was also the model for the golfing trophy given out by the club each year. The sculpture measures 32" x 30" x 17" and is cast in bronze and mounted on a black walnut base with brass title plate affixed. This casting is an A.P. (Artist's Proof) from a limited edition of 13.
Gold Medal of Honor - Hudson Valley Art Association 81st Annual, 1990
Best in Show - New Rochelle Art Association 61st Annual, 1995