Juvenile Tyrannosaurus Rex - 2023: David Aaron

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Juvenile Tyrannosaurus Rex - unveiled 2023. Presented by David Aaron. 30 Berkeley Square.

In a ground-breaking collaboration between palaeontologists and art- science labs, this monumental sculpture is taken from the 3D scan of one the most complete juvenile tyrannosaurus rex fossils ever discovered.

This large-scale sculpture provides an unparalleled opportunity for public observers to engage with a young Tyrannosaurus, experiencing the monumental significance of a juvenile T-Rex, one of the most iconic dinosaurs ever discovered.

With big feet, proportionally longer legs, and arms than their adult counterparts, it is thought that juveniles leveraged speed and agility to overpower prey as opposed to brute strength and jaw power.

The detailed reproduction provides the viewer with a vivid appreciation for prehistoric life set within a contemporary urban setting.

Presented by: David Aaron, 25a Berkeley Square, London W1J 6HN

Website: https://www.davidaaron.com

About David Aaron

Originally established in 1910 in Iran, the gallery rose to prominence in the 1920s when Soleiman Haroon (1890-1976) opened a second showroom in Alexandria, Egypt.  In 1980, the gallery relocated to London, and Soleiman's youngest son, David Aaron, opened his own gallery on Berkeley Square in 1998.

David Aaron Ltd is now managed by the third and fourth generations of the Aaron family, with a showroom located at 25A Berkeley Square, London.  The gallery specialises in Classical Greek and Roman, Egyptian, Near Eastern, and Islamic works of art, as well as important items of natural history, such as large-scale dinosaur fossils.

The gallery annually exhibits at highly vetted international art fairs (including Tefaf, Masterpiece, Frieze Masters, Frieze Seoul, Fine Art Asia, and Guardian Fine Art, among others) and, over the past century, has played an instrumental role in helping major museums and private collections acquire and research important antiquities.  Notable sales have been made to The Metropolitan Museum of Art, J. Paul Getty Museum, Louvre Abu Dhabi, The Aga Khan Museum, David Collection of Islamic Art, Miho Museum, Glyptothek Munich, Yorkshire Museum, and Corning Museum, to name a few.

The gallery is also a member of IADAA (International Association of Dealers in Ancient Art) and ADA (Antiquities Dealers' Association).

Website: David Aaron

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