Water Bearer (1910) after Karl P. Kowalczewski Bronze Sculpture Statue on Marble Base

$649.00
SKU: EP-258

Condition: This sculpture is in perfect condition
Bronze Dimensions with Marble Base: Height 16" X Width 9"
Marble Dimensions: Diameter 6"
Height without base:15"
Weight:12 LBS
Inventory:25B2586452
Original or Reproduction: Reproduction

Renowned for their intricate detailing and exceptional craftsmanship, Kowalczewski's sculptures have garnered significant acclaim from sculpture specialists, knowledgeable collectors, dealers, and scholars alike. Regarded as on par with the finest sculptures produced during the 19th and early 20th centuries, P. Kowalczewski's works are prized for their meticulous artistry and superb attention to detail. Coveted by collectors, museums, and dealers across the globe, Kowalczewski's pieces are considered rare and highly sought after in the art world. According to historical records, P. Kowalczewski was born in 1876 in Germany, further adding to the allure and historical significance of the artist's creations. The featured bronze statue, up for auction, exemplifies the artist's mastery and skill, depicting a young semi-nude lady carrying two buckets of water. The sculpture captures her in a graceful kneeling pose, with delicate drapery adorning her belly and a stick in her hand as she emerges from the water. Every nuanced detail of the artwork reflects the artist's dedication to excellence and precision, making it an extraordinary addition to any discerning collector's repertoire. This highly collectible and exquisitely crafted bronze statue is a testament to the artist's unparalleled talent and artistic vision. The striking portrayal of the young lady, combined with the intricate elements and fine detailing, showcases Kowalczewski's expertise in capturing the essence and beauty of the human form. As evidenced by the meticulous images provided, this sculpture stands as a testament to the artist's legacy, inviting art enthusiasts and collectors to appreciate the magnificence and timelessness of Kowalczewski's unparalleled craftsmanship.