Submissive Nude Girl Blindfolded on Knees Bronze Metal Sculpture Statue Figure Marble Base

SKU: DS-353

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 12" X Width 9"
Marble Dimensions:9" X 7"
Height without base:11"
Weight:12 LBS

Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

In the realm of sculpted narratives, a poignant depiction unfolds through the work of art crafted by the skilled hands of Preiss. At the core of this evocative sculpture is the portrayal of a nude, captive woman in a state of anticipation, poised for salvation. The artist meticulously captures the vulnerability and tension of the moment as the woman sits on her heels, her back subtly arched. Despite the blindfold that obscures her vision, she tilts her head upward, evoking a sense of longing and hope. The nuanced details and careful composition invite viewers to engage with the emotional complexity woven into the sculpture's form. The artist's choice to partially conceal the woman with a delicate piece of cloth adds an element of mystery and sensuality to the scene. The dichotomy between the covered and exposed portions of her body creates an intriguing interplay, subtly alluding to the eroticism inherent in vulnerability. The brown patina, a result of the "lost wax method" employed in the casting process, enhances the sculpture's tactile quality, inviting tactile exploration of the emotions encapsulated within the art piece. It is through this intentional blend of aesthetics and emotion that Preiss invites contemplation and interpretation, drawing the observer into a deeper connection with the subject's narrative. Set upon a black marble base, the sculpture gains further significance and grounding. The juxtaposition of the dark marble against the warmth of the brown patina creates a visual and symbolic contrast, enhancing the overall impact of the artwork. The signature "Preiss" serves as a seal of authenticity, a testament to the artist's identity and legacy. This captivating sculpture, both visually and emotionally charged, invites observers to reflect on themes of vulnerability, longing, and the potential for salvation in the face of captivity.