Abstract Modern Art Walking Group by Gia Cometti Bronze Museum Quality Sculpture


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Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.  Bronze Dimensions :Height 17" x Width 12"  Weight : 14 LBS  Inventory: 89XNAB00913598    
Original or Reproduction: Reproduction
A sculptor and a painter, Alberto Gia cometti was born into an artistic family in the small village of Borgonovo, north of Stampa, in the most Italian canton of Switzerland. From an early age, Alberto drew, painted, and modeled portrait heads, his brother Diego serving as his first sitter. Although, after 1946, he would devote himself equally to painting and sculpture, until then it was sculpture that took precedence. By 1947, the artist had adopted what was to become his characteristic style, creating extremely thin and attenuated figures of three main themes: the walking man; the standing, nude woman; and the bust, or head—or all three, combined in various groupings. Without volume or mass, the figures appear weightless and remote, their eerie otherworldliness accentuated by the mat shades of gray and beige paint applied to their bronze patinas. Gia cometti designed the placement of these three walking men with the precision of a choreographer. Their steps are equally wide, and they do not look at one another.