An imposing monumental piece at over 7 feet tall and 5 feet wide commissioned in 1982, created and produced in Miami by Manuel Carbonell for Opus House Model Home Opening in Boca Grove Plantation, Boca Raton, Florida 1985.
Boca Grove Plantation home sold to Ronald and Amy Reshefsky (1992-2001).
Carbonell Beaux Arts Gallery, Sculpture Garden Miami, Florida, consigned by owners Ronald and Amy Reshefsky 2002-2010.
ASU Foundry, Medley, Florida restoration and stored by owners 2011-2014.
Art Basel 2014 at Miami River Art Fair, First Public Viewing as part of Miami River Art Fair, James L. Knight International.
“Tritons and Nymph” Monumental Metal Sculpture by Manuel Carbonell c.1982
The quality and historical significance of the absolutely unique sculpture by world renowned Cuban artist Manual Carbonell, circa 1982.
The role of the “Tritons and Nymph” on loan to James L. Knight Center is an appropriate historical image of two mystical aquatic horses and a flowing feminine recognizable Carbonell figure, projected in a grand sculpture measuring seven feet by five feet in aluminum on a metal oval base.