Roman Johann Strobl:
Statuette "Flora Donata", (with Vase Insert), Artificial Marble


Roman Johann Strobl:
Statuette "Flora Donata", (with Vase Insert), Artificial Marble

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Ars Mundi exclusive edition| Limited, 497 pieces | Numbered | Signed | Museums-Replica | Artificial marble| Handmade| weatherproof | Total height 79 cm

Roman Johann Strobl: Statuette "Flora Donata", (with Vase Insert), Artificial Marble

The Flora is the Roman goddess of gardens and flowers, celebrated every year in spring festivals, blessing everything alive. She is wearing a toga, the highly refined clothes of the Romans in imperial times. In the folds of her cascading toga there is a vase module: as she is a fertility goddess the flower bouquet, put in the vase decorates the statuette.

Ars Mundi exclusive edition. Edition as Ars Mundi Museums-Replica of hand cast in white, polymer-bonded artificial marble, weatherproof. Total height 79 cm. Worldwide limited edition 497 pieces, numbered and signed.

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Roman Johann Strobl* 1951, Austrian sculptor

The Going-based sculptor and painter Roman Johann Strobl has made a primarily name for himself with his delicate as well as expressive and cheerful and dynamic wood sculptures among art collectors and gallery owners.

1951-born Austrian comes from a traditional family of woodcarvers. At the age of 14, he learned the craft of wood carving in his father's factory. In order to deepen its capabilities, Strobl studied sculpture under Professor Sebastian Cosamale Italian Todi. It was followed by numerous trips to the Middle East, to India and to the roots of Greek mythology in Crete, the sustained inspired the artist in the choice of subjects of his sculptural work.

Strobl experimented with a wide variety of techniques and materials, where the stone sculpture increasingly at the Centre of his artistic career moved a long time. In 1997 he turned to again forever wood as a means of expression, but no longer with the carving knife, but with the electric chain saw with which he incredibly precise created his objects like no other.

Roman Johann Strobl in Action Strobl Œuvre in addition to a number of expressive picture cycles on canvas as well as drawings sculptures made of wood, marble and stone. Since the mid-80s, his works are regularly represented at exhibitions in Germany and Austria. His sculptural work in the public space (Kunst am Bau) presented on buildings in Munich, Hanover and in Austria.

Moreover Strobl was seen at Chainsaw performances, so among other things in the Austrian Pavilion at the EXPO 2000 in Hannover and in Ahrensburg (2001), where he portrayed the Italian sculptor Bruno Bruni.

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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