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"Girl Drinking from a Shell - Art Nouveau Bronze - E. McCartan"
The girl drinking from a large shell was created by Edward McCartan in 1915. This Art Nouveau bronze captivates with its dichotomy. It shows a beautiful girl with youthful facial features. In her hair, she wears flowers and a hair band, which lend the depiction a playful aura. Carefully, the young woman drinks from a large shell and inquisitively looks at the observer. This playful girlishness is in stark contrast to the erotic pose and the unveiled nakedness of the Art Nouveau statue. With this erotic nude, the artist combined sensual eroticism with a youthful pureness. As a garden sculpture, this girl enriches your own personal green oasis. This work is limited to 20 pieces.
Like all of the other bronze statues for sale in our shop, this Art Nouveau nude is subject to our strict quality guidelines during its creation and is cast by hand. Additionally, all our sculptures for sale are produced by using the lost wax technique.
All of our sculptures are also suited for a decoration of the exterior, where they will produce a natural patina after some time due to the weather conditions.
The artist Edward Francis McCartan was born on 16th August 1879 in Albany. He died on 20th September 1947 in the US. The American sculptor created numerous sculptures. He was heavily influenced by mythology and the art of the Antiquity. The studied artist also produced very authentic statuary art. Edward Francis McCartan studied in New York, where he attended the art school "Art Students League". In Paris, he learned from the French sculptor Jean Antoine Injalber. Thus, he was a significant pioneer of contemporary art in the United States during the 1920s.
Height: 79 cm
Width: 43 cm
Depth: 22 cm
Weight: 15.6 Kg
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