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"The Cello Player (1912–1913) - Otto Gutfreund - Bronze Statue - Cellista"
The Cello Player - Cellista (Hráč na cello) is a fascinating bronze statue by Otto Gutfreund, which was created in the first quarter of the 20th century, around 1913, and can be stylistically classified as cubism. It is the strong abstraction in particular, coupled with dominant, broken-looking edges, which shaped the relevant cubist style of Otto Gutfreund. The free-standing bronze sculpture has a black patina, which is accentuated by numerous polishes on the broken-looking edges. The Cello Player by Otto Gutfreund is exclusively limited to 20 pieces and serially numbered. With a size of almost 50 centimetres, it is guaranteed to become the centre of any environment. The modern bronze sculpture is also made of 100 percent finest bronze.
The production of our numerous bronze figurines is subject to strict quality guidelines. All of the bronze figurines in our assortment are created via the elaborate lost wax technique and are cast by hand.
Otto Gutfreund is seen as one of the greatest sculptors in the field of cubist sculptures. His abstract bronze heads in particular helped the artist to achieve national fame. His most famous works are: Don Quijote Face (1911-12), Girl with rose (1924), Cellist (1912-13), Lovers (1913-14) and the cubist bronze head Viki (1912-13). Discover more works of the cubist artist in our online shop.
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