BRONZE SCULPTURES

The "Poultry Wife" in the former Fish Market in Utrecht has been 

photographed by thousands of visitors from all over the world.

Poultry Wife, Vismarkt, Utrecht, H165 cm 

In 1996 the medieval Dom cathedral of Utrecht was provided with a set of large bronze doors.

The bronze doors, outside view

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The bronze doors, inside view

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Anton Geesink, Jacobikerkhof, Utrecht

 H 85 cm, pedestal H 200 cm 

Willem Pijper (1894-1947), composer. 

His portrait head was commissioned by the city of Utrecht and placed in the lobby of the municipal Concert Hall, Vredenburg. The head depicted here, however, is an imaginative variation inspired by Pijper's automotive hobby.

Portrait of MeiLing, bronze H 30cm

Not all portraits are intended as monuments. This portrait was commissioned by the sitters' families, 

and have a place in their private homes. 

Portrait of Bernhard., bronze H ca30 cm

Not all portraits are intended as monuments. This portrait was commissioned by the sitters' families, 

and have a place in their private homes. 

SITTER AND PORTRAIT

"Applause" was commissioned by the City of Utrecht Municipal Theatre. It is awarded once every two years for outstanding merit in the Dutch theatre world, not necessarily only to actors.

Theatre award, bronze, H14 cm (excl. pedestal)    © Theo van de Vathorst, c/o Beeldrecht, Amstelveen

"Cheiron and Asklepios" is a delicate portrayal of the relationship between teacher and pupil. The centaur Cheiron was the teacher of the gods of classical antiquity; Asklepios, the pupil , was the god of medicine and healing, bronze H32 cm.     © Theo van de Vathorst, c/o Beeldrecht, Amstelveen

"Milestone" is an appropriate gift to mark a stage or event in a person's life or career.

Bronze H8cm    © Theo van de Vathorst, c/o Beeldrecht, Amstelveen

© Theo van de Vathorst, c/o Beeldrecht, Amstelveen