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"Bronze Figure - Russian Beggar Woman with Bowl - Ernst Barlach"
With his sculptures "Blind Beggar" and the "Russian Beggar Woman with Bowl" the German sculptor Ernst Barlach finally had an artistic breakthrough in 1906. As a result of these two works Barlach was included in the Berlin Secession. The "Russian Beggar Woman with Bowl" is based on a sketch of his summer trip to Russia, which was first described by him as "Fat beggar". The sculpture reflects the mentally shook inside Barlach. In addition to this figure Barlach has created a number of other beggar figures showing the inner disruption of the artist. The sculpture bears the artist’s signature.
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Like all of our bronze items also this sculpture is hands poured and satisfies strict quality guidelines. The sculpture is made in the lost wax technique. All of our products are made of 100 percent bronze.
Ernst Barlach (1870-1938) is considered as one of the most important sculptors of German Expressionism. He earned much recognition for its wooden sculptures and bronzes. Moreover, he has bequeathed a large varied repertoire of prints, drawings and literature. In 1925, the same year in which he designed the "Ascetic", Barlach became an honorary member of the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. About 400 of his works were declared "Degenerate Art" by the Nazis and removed from public collections. Some of his works were presented posthumously at the documenta (1955) and documenta III (1964) in Kassel.
Height: 25 cm
Width: 23 cm
Depth: 17 cm
Weight: 4,6 kg
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