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"Bronze statue - Wanderer in the Wind (1934) - Ernst Barlach"
In 1934 the artist Ernst Barlach, who had hoped for a short time that the National Socialists would officially acknowledge his art as “German art”, made a sculpture entitled with a variation on the last words of the Rectorate Adress, namely “Wanderer im Wind” (“Wanderer in the Wind”), today on display in the Ernst Barlach Museum in Hamburg. As the face of upright person shows, it is a piece of inner emigration. This is probably the reason why Barlach preferred “wind” over “storm”. The sculpture is signed with the name of the artist.
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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.
Exclusive limited edition of 20 copies, individually numbered and signed with the artist's name.
Ernst Barlach (1870-1938) was a famous sculptor as well as a writer. Already during his lifetime the equivalence of his talents caused admiration. Today he is primarily known for its wood and bronze sculptures. He created a rich oeuvre of prints, drawings and literature. In 1925 Barlach became an honorary member of the Academy of Fine Arts in Munich. More than 400 of his works were declared by the Nazis as "Degenerate Art" and removed from public collections. Some of his works were shown at the documenta posthumously (1955) and documenta III (1964) in Kassel.
Height: 39 cm
Width: 19 cm
Depth: 11 cm
Weight: 4.5 kg
100 % bronze
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