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"Russian Beggar I (1907) - Ernst Barlach - Bronze Sculpture"
Barlach's trip to Russia in 1906 resulted in a number of beggars sculptures. In 1907 – during a period, which is still heavily influenced by Art Nouveau – Barlach created the „Russian Beggar“, probably the most important work of this period. The beggars’ characters created by Barlach reflect the impressions of his summer trip to Russia resists from 1906. Barlach’s art works deal with the social hardship of people in Russia.
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Exclusive limited edition of 20 copies, individually numbered and signed with the artist's name.
The bronze figure was made in the lost wax method practiced for thousands of years and meets strict quality guidelines. The process is subject to a complex, multi-day process of more than 30 steps.
Ernst Barlach (1870-1938) is one of the most famous sculptors of German Expressionism. Especially through his wood sculptures and bronze sculptures Barlach has made a name far beyond national borders.
Height: 16 cm
Width: 29 cm
Depth: 13,5 cm
Weight: 3,3 kg
100 % bronze
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