Bronze Code: 01423
$370
Height: 16.4 In
Width: 6.8 In
Weight: 9.5 LBs

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Height: 16.4 In, Width: 6.8 In, Weight: 9.5 LBs.
Author-Dali We present a series of sculptures depicting human images, created according to the models of a famous master. The sculptor has always been motivated by the desire to differ from his contemporaries, this series is no exception. The sculpture is quite large (41 cm in height) - a worthy interior item. Salvador Dali (1904-1989) - Spanish painter, sculptor, director. A person whose life and work provoked real explosions of delight and indignation in society at the time. One of the brightest representatives of Surrealism was not only an outstanding artist, but also a sculptor who creates his creations exclusively from wax. Collector Isidre Klot, who once bought his wax figures from the artist, ordered bronze castings. Soon, a collection of original bronze sculptures made a splash in the world of art. Many of Dali's sculptures were subsequently increased many times in size and became the decoration not only of museum halls, but also of squares in many cities of the world. One of the most prominent representatives of Surrealism - Salvador Dali was not only an outstanding painter and graphic artist, but also a sculptor who created his creations exclusively from wax. His surrealism was always cramped within the framework of the canvas, and he resorted to the three-dimensional representation of complex images, which then formed the basis of his paintings. Collector Isidre Klot, who once bought his wax figures from the artist, ordered bronze castings. Soon, a collection of original bronze sculptures made a splash in the world of art. Many of Dali's sculptures were subsequently increased many times in size and became the decoration not only of museum halls, but also of squares in many cities of the world. Source: https://kulturologia.ru/blogs/220817/35690/ One of the most prominent representatives of Surrealism - Salvador Dali was not only an outstanding painter and graphic artist, but also a sculptor who created his creations exclusively from wax. His surrealism was always cramped within the framework of the canvas, and he resorted to the three-dimensional representation of complex images, which then formed the basis of his paintings. Collector Isidre Klot, who once bought his wax figures from the artist, ordered bronze castings. Soon, a collection of original bronze sculptures made a splash in the world of art. Many of Dali's sculptures were subsequently increased many times in size and became the decoration not only of museum halls, but also of squares in many cities of the world. Source: https://kulturologia.ru/blogs/220817/35690/