"Kiti Lady - Rosanna" by Juan Kiti
Take home this unique piece by renowned Belgian sculptor, Juan Kiti, signed by members of the band Toto.
This sculpture is one of his "Kiti Girls", uniquely named "Rosanna".
Kiti was born in Brussels on October 5, 1956. Self-taught, multidisciplinary and unconventional, the free nature of Kiti's technique allows him to fully express himself using an array of different materials.
Polyester resin sculpture
Autographed by Toto
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