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Cubist Bronze Sculpture - Lovers 1913-1914 - Otto Gutfreund

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"Cubist Bronze Sculpture - Lovers 1913-1914 - Otto Gutfreund"

Weight 3,1 kg
The cubist Bronze Sculpture Lovers is a faithful recreation of the work of the Czech sculptor and painter Otto Gutfreund. Lovers was created between 1913 and 1914, during the artistic peak phase of Gutfreund, reflecting the characteristic avant-garde style of the cubist. Through reduced forms, Gutfreund constructs the impressive love play of two humans in the shape of an erotic nude, being one of the few works of the artist that features several protagonists.

Classic pieces of the cubist are reduced to the depiction of just one individual or object. However, in this case, Gutfreund merges the two participants, creating an effective whole. This is the reason why Lovers is rated as an exceptional piece of cubist art.

The bronze statue was produced by using the thousand-year-old lost wax technique, a complex process that is still used in the production of Contemporary Sculptures and is subject to strict quality guidelines. Therefore, we can guarantee you a high standard of quality of all of our product range, including Bronze Statues, Contemporary Art and Sculptures for Sale.

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Otto Gutfreund (1889-1927) is said to be one of the few Czech artists of cubism who became famous outside of his home country. Thereby, he is ranked among Europe’s most influential artists of the cubist plastic. After an extensive artistic education in Bechyne, Prague and Paris, Gutfreund returned to Prague in 1911. The return to his home country can be described as the beginning of his cubist creative phase that lasted until about 1919. During the following years, Gutfreund mainly devoted himself to the fulfilment of several government contracts. However, a few years before his death, he again applied himself to Contemporary Art and created numerous plastics. Some of his most well-known pieces are: Don Quijote Face (1911-12), Girl With Rose (1924), Cellist (1912-13), Lovers (1913-14) and the cubist bronze head Viki (192-13). You can discover more works of the cubist in our online shop.


Height: 11 cm
Width: 27 cm
Depth: 11 cm
Weight: 3,1 kg
100% bronze

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