This is a 21 inch high, life size mask of high fired bisque.
Hand painted bronze patina.
ROBERT BURNS BUST - Price:$1,200.00
Robert Burns' quote
The mask is also available in a limited edition of 45 foundry cast bronze. Prices on request from the artist Robert R. Toth.
A small bust of Burns is also available.
January 25th, 1759 - July 21st, 1796
Birthplace: Alloway, Scotland
Long considered the national poet of Scotland, Robert Burns is the author of "Auld Lang Syne," "To a Mouse" and "Tam o'Shanter." Raised in a poor family of farmers, Burns was nonetheless educated in literature and began writing verse when he was a teenager. His father died in 1784 and Burns tried to make a go of it as a farmer, but found more success with poetry. Despite his early death at the age of 37 (he had an unhealthy heart, it seems), Burns produced a large body of work, including the popular Scot anthem "Scots Wha Hae" and the poem "A Red, Red Rose." His life of carousing and his stick-it-to-the-man attitude further endeared him to his countrymen, and "Rabbie" Burns is still considered Scotland's best-loved poet.