The Three Kings II 1984 – 1989

The bronze dance sculpture “Three Kings” was created by John W. Mills in 1989 and depicted two male dancers in a powerful and dynamic pose.

The sculpture portrays the two figures in a way that conveys strength, balance, and coordination. Each dancer is captured in mid-movement, with their bodies twisted and contorted to emphasise the moment’s tension and energy.

The level of detail in the sculpture is impressive, with every aspect of the dancers’ form captured with stunning realism. The sculpture’s composition is also noteworthy, with the three figures arranged to create a sense of harmony and balance, even as they are engaged in an intense and dynamic dance.

Overall, “Three Kings” is a testament to John W. Mills’ incredible skill as an artist and his ability to capture the power and grace of dance in bronze. It is a truly stunning work of art that continues to captivate and inspire viewers today.

Bronze edition 1/1
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The inspiration for this flowing sculpture is from the ballet by Alvin
called Les Trois Rois. That features a pas de deux, two dancers dancing to the music
If Duke Ellington makes the third King referred to in the title. There are two larger versions of this piece, one
at the Rank Xerox Headquarters and the building at Marlow in Buckinghamshire, which is 210cm high.
The second is a life-size sculpture in the Reilly collection, Aix EU Provence, France.

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Right: THREE KINGS – 1984
Bronze edition of 6.
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Vilas Collection logo 2021 We welcome an enquiry about John W. Mills investment collection or for all private or corporate commissions. Please book an appointment and call us to discuss your inquiry in more detail, or call us. Direct contact Sunil Vilas,

ICAS Vilas Art Gallery

8,10 leys Avenue
Letchworth Garden City SG6 3EU
Phone: 01462677455


My Sculptures have allowed me to meet members of The Royal Family, which has always been an exciting and enjoyable experience.

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