Total Dimensions: Height 19'' x Width 9''
Approximate Weight: 10 LBS
Original Reproduction: Reproduction
Rising above two high wheels recalling those of an ancient Egyptian chariot, a filament-thin woman stands poised in precarious equilibrium, as if perpetually suspended between movement and stasis, advance and retreat. According to the artist, The Chariot was partly inspired by the memory of a "sparkling pharmacy cart" he saw when briefly hospitalized. It was also prompted by his desire to position a figure in empty space "in order to see it better and to situate it at a precise distance from the floor." Art Appreciation: Thoughts on "Chariot", 1951 bronze sculpture by Alberto Giacometti (Swiss). It is considered one of the definitive achievements of 20th-century art. the original was recently sold for over $ 100 million. This sculpture is 100% bronze and is handmade. This sculpture was cast using the "Lost Wax Method" and it is mounted on a marble base and is signed Gia Commeti
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Product Code: XNAB-008
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