He dominates a smaller winged man whom he seems to be stepping over, the smaller man appearing frightened and amazed. The interpretation of this sculpture is left to the viewer - is this figure good or evil? The imposing posture and fierce appearance of the larger character certainly suggest a powerful presence.
Made entirely of bronze using the lost wax method, this sculpture is a true masterpiece of art and skill. It is signed by the famous French romantic artist Jean-Baptiste Carpeaux, one of the most innovative sculptors of the 19th century. Known for his large-scale works such as Ugolin and His Sons and the controversial La Danse, as well as his small sculptures of intimate portraits, Carpeaux was a precursor to Auguste Rodin and Medardo Rosso. This bronze sculpture is mounted on a black marble base, adding to its sense of weight and importance. Whether you are an art collector, a mythology enthusiast, or simply someone who appreciates the beauty and craftsmanship of bronze sculpture, this piece is sure to impress.
It is a stunning work of art that will add character and depth to any space it occupies. Known for his large-scale works such. Increase your sales abroad with WebInterpret's global listing solution.