John DeLorean Commissioned Sculpture Group of Roman Charioteers


John DeLorean, Maker of the DeLorean From back To The Future, Commissioned Sculpture of Roman Charioteers

This is a specially commissioned sculpture created for the home of John DeLorean, creator of the DeLorean. The DeLorean was featured in the movies "Back to the Future (parts I, II & III).

This specially commissioned sculpture was made of plaster, and hung in the home of John DeLorean until after his death in 2005. His apartment overlooked Central Park, in the Assessex Building at the corner of 29th and 6th Avenue. The building was owned by Donald Trump. This piece was created in Italy, and there were 10 pieces specially commissioned for John DeLorean. All of the pieces are available on

This sculpture depicts a group of Roman charioteers in battle, with cherubs floating above. This sculpture is in very minor relief.

This sculpture measures 17 1/2" by 36".

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This piece was added to D-Vers.Com Online Gallery on Thursday 22 July, 2010.

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