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"Man in Stocks (1918) - Ernst Barlach - Bronze Figure"
The “Man in Stocks” (1918) was designed by the famous German sculptor Ernst Barlach. Barlach himself once remarked in an interview as follows: "The man in stocks is a thief […], a convict, a sufferer ..." The “Man in Stocks” is a rare sculpture, cast by Richard Barth in Berlin. The dark brown patinated bronze is one of the major works of Ernst Barlach and a typical example of the art of Barlach. It is signed with the artist’s name.
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The bronze sculptures are made with the help of the lost-wax casting. The objects are done in hand-work. Strict quality instructions are very important for a high quality. So we care for the compliance.
Exclusive limited edition of 20 copies, individually numbered and signed with the artist's name.
Ernst Barlach (1870-1938) is one of the most famous sculptors of German Expressionism. Mainly by its wooden sculptures and bronze sculptures Barlach made a over Germany's borders beyond name. Besides his sculptures, he rejects a diverse repertoire of works printed graphic, draughtsman ship and literary style. The sculptor was ostracized and persecuted by the Nazis. Hundreds of his works were confiscated as "degenerate art". Although radically isolated from his audience, he was highly regarded in professional circles.
Height: 47 cm
Width: 30 cm
Depth: 29 cm
Weight: 20,2 kg
100 % bronze
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