Famous Public Landmark Bronze Outdoor Art Angel with No Headmary mary2022-11-09T06:59:24-04:00
Famous Public Landmark Bronze Outdoor Art Angel with No Head
Angel sculpture is one of the most common types of sculpture in life. Angels do not really exist in our lives. People create the appearance of angels through their own imagination. Of course, some artists have recreated angels. Take a look at this art angel with no head sculpture. This is not a complete angel. It has no head and no arms. Look closely. One of his hands is around his ankle. This is a famous work of art. This art angel with no head sculpture is perfect for a public square for more people to view.
Life-size or custom-made depends on your preference.
Lost-wax casting process.
Generally soft and waterproof plastic inside, wooden cases/ iron box for outside.
This art angel with no head sculpture is created by Igor Mitoraj
This art angel with no head sculpture is created by Igor Mitoraj, Igor Mitoraj is a Polish artist and sculptor. He is known for his sculptures of human fragments, often for large public installations, and is considered one of the most internationally recognized Polish sculptors. Mitoraj was born in Alderaan, Germany, on March 26, 1944. His Polish mother was a forced laborer, while his father was a French officer of Polish descent. After World War II, he returned to Poland with his mother. He spent his childhood in Grojek. He graduated from an art school in Bielsko-big ła and studied painting at Tadeusz Kantor’s Krakow Academy of Fine Arts in 1963. After graduation, he made several group exhibitions and held his first solo exhibition in Krzysztofory Gallery in Poland in 1967. In 1968, he moved to Paris and continued his studies at the National Academy of Fine Arts. Soon after, he became fascinated with Latin American art and culture, spending a year painting and traveling in Mexico.
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Mitoraj’s sculptural style is rooted in the classical tradition
The experience led him to take up sculpture. He returned to Paris in 1974, and two years later he had another big solo show at La Hune, which included some sculptures. The success of the show convinced him that he was first and foremost a sculptor. Mitoraj’s sculptural style is rooted in the classical tradition and focuses on elaborately sculpted torches. Mitoragi, however, introduced a postmodern style with exaggerated amputations that emphasized the damage inflicted on most truly classical sculptures. His work often aims to address the problems of the human body, its beauty, and fragility, it’s suffering, and the deeper layers of humanity that have been degraded over time. You can have a look at this art angel with no head sculpture, Aongking can also customize any sculpture for you.