Stefan Szczesny:
Steel Sculpture "Dancer" (Reduction)

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Stefan Szczesny:
Steel Sculpture "Dancer" (Reduction)

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Limited, 299 copies | Numbered | Signed | Steel varnished | Reduction | Format 15 x 31 x 8 cm (W/H/D) | Weight ca. 1.4 kg

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Stefan Szczesny: Steel Sculpture "Dancer" (Reduction)

Here we meet Szczesny as a sculptor. His original "Dancer" - 3 meters high and 340 kg heavy - is situated in the homeland of the artist, Saint Tropez. The Dancer is a hymn of femininity and Caribbean liveliness.

Sculpture as a reduction from the cut steel (6 mm), covered with black thermal varnish. Limited edition of 299 copies, numbered and signed. Format 15 x 31 x 8 cm (W/H/D). Weight ca. 1.4 kg.

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Porträt des Künstlers Stefan Szczesny* In 1951, German painter of international rank

The artistic work of Stefan Szczesny, born in 1951 in Munich, characterises contemporary art. A scholarship in Paris and stays in New York, the Massimo Villa in Rome, France and the Caribbean lastingly influenced his work.

Szczesny was significantly involved in the movement of the "young guns" that discovered the expressive, figurative painting for themselves once again towards the end of the 70s. In the meantime, he developed a distinctive style be conveyed lightness and joy.

Guided by artists such as Matisse and Picasso are Szczesny let him focuses in his paintings on classical themes like Nude and Still Life. The artist thereby reflects on a sensuous, colourful objectivity. In his paintings, nature and culture merge in their most extreme form.

Szczesny is now one of the most important contemporary artists in Europe.

Designation for an art object (sculpture, installation), which is produced according to the will of the artist in multiple copies in a limited and numbered edition.

Artist's multiple contributed to "democratization" of art as the work was made available and affordable for a wider audience.

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