Original Vienna Girl W/ Basket of Grape Bronze Statue Sculpture Figure Figurine

$249.00
SKU: EP-456
1 in stock

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition.
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 7" X Width 5"
Marble Dimensions:5" X 4"
Height without base:6.5"
Weight:5 LBS
Inventory:27B4562172
Original or Reproduction: Original

In this exquisite bronze sculpture, a young girl-child stands amidst the mystical early morning fog, nestled within the rows of a bountiful vineyard. While diligent workers around her are engrossed in harvesting ripe grapes from their stalks, she secretly indulges in a bundle of grapes from the basket at her feet, savoring a moment of pure delight. The presence of grapes in this sculpture carries a deep symbolism, often associated with festivities and immortality, as they play a pivotal role in the production of wine. The attention to detail in this piece is truly remarkable, with intricate craftsmanship evident in the realistic portrayal of the girl's clothing and bonnet. This level of detail is a testament to the artist's dedication and mastery of the lost-wax casting technique. The bronze sculpture boasts a rich brown patina stain that not only enhances its visual appeal but also ensures its enduring preservation. Mounted gracefully upon a sleek black marble base, this sculpture bears the signature of the esteemed artist, Milo. Milo's journey as a sculptor began during his youth in Andalusia, Spain, where he was influenced by a family deeply rooted in the arts. His career unfolded with an apprenticeship under several accomplished sculptors in both America and Spain, culminating in his unique focus on steel and bronze. This piece stands as a testament to his artistic legacy, capturing a timeless moment of youthful innocence and joy amidst the vineyards. Whether you are an art connoisseur or a lover of fine craftsmanship, this bronze sculpture by Milo is a captivating addition to any collection. It exudes the essence of childhood wonder and offers a glimpse into the artist's skillful interpretation of life's simple pleasures.