Jochen Bauer:
Sculpture "The ride on the cannonball", art casting


Jochen Bauer:
Sculpture "The ride on the cannonball", art casting

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Ars Mundi Exclusive Edition |Art casting | Handmade | Bronzed | Size: 9 x 23.5 x 10.5 cm (W / H / D) | Weight: 1150 g

Jochen Bauer: Sculpture "The ride on the cannonball", art casting

"Out of sheer courage and zeal, and actually a little premature, I stood next to one of our biggest guns in shot in the city, and when she was fired again, I jumped in the Hui to the out hissing from the pipe ball! I wanted along with the ball fly into the fortress! During the rushing flight, however, grew my concerns. into you come easily, I thought, but how did you get out again? you will recognize you in your uniform as an enemy and hang on the next gallows! These considerations made me very to create. and as a Turkish cannonball that meant for our camp, was, flew past me, I swung myself on them over, and came, albeit without having achieved anything, yet safe and sound with my hussars to. "

Hieronymus Carl Friedrich Freiherr von Munchausen was born on 11 May 1720 his father's estate in Bodenwerder. After training and career as an officer in the service of Tsarina Catherine the Great, he returned in 1750 and guided the fortunes of his estate. During his lifetime boasted to him as brilliant, humorous storyteller. The "Baron Munchausen" used to report with a good bottle surrounded by his friends of his travels and of wars in which he had really participated, - wonderful stories and funny adventures at sea and on land. And of course, was a lie, that the arch beams ..

Puss in boots, Hans im Gluck, Baron von Munchausen .. and the rest of them: Each of us carries since childhood, when he heard the tales and stories for the first time, an accurate picture of these figures in itself. That's hardly different artists - including the sculptors do not who make on our behalf it to put their edition of this companion of her childhood into the plastic image. We let the delicately elaborated models of their childhood ideas pour consuming - this sculptor models available exclusively at Ars Mundi.

Sculpture in polymericart casting with a bronze surface. Size: 9 x 23.5 x 10.5 cm (W / H / D). Weight: 1150 g.

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*1951, Architect and Painter

The architect Jochen Bauer was born in Coburg in 1951. The last 30 years he belonged to the leading porcelain modelers of Germany. Since 1999 he devoted himself to architecture and painting as a free artist.

With his outstanding technique he is famous in his branch as a great talent, while it always goes about putting a concept in the third dimension. In his own works he preferred naturalistic motifs, which he implemented in flowing shapes and expressive poses with a precise view.

“The source of my creative activity is nature, the analysis of ecological connections…”

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