Peter Strang:
Sculpture "Violetta", porcelain

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Peter Strang:
Sculpture "Violetta", porcelain

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Ars Mundi Exclusive Edition | Limited of 99 pieces | Porcelain | Handmade and painted | Size 9 x 35 x 10 cm (W / H / D)

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Peter Strang: Sculpture "Violetta", porcelain

A striking headdress, a fashionable hairstyle, Glacée gloves and a dress that does not need to fear comparison with the great Parisian couturier creations. This lady is totally compatible for a runway. Strand made his homage to the graceful depictions of female beauty of old porcelain masters in pure handcraft. A combination of technology and stupp brush painting - using seven colours and accents of gold - form the elaborate decoration consisting of over 20 items porcelain sculpture. Several fires and the figure made entirely by hand to illustrate the significance of this work. Limited to 99 copies. Size of porcelain sculpture 9 x 35 x 10 cm (W / H / D). Ars Mundi Exclusive Edition.

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German sculptor, born in 1936 in Dresden

Peter Strang has the traditional Meissen porcelain shaped like Peter strand: born in 1936 in Dresden, the artist is famous today for his wall sculptures, portraits and sculptures made of fine porcelain.

After completing his education at the State Porcelain Factory studied at the Dresden Academy of Arts and returned in 1959 as sculptor at the Meissen manufactory. In 1973 he was appointed artistic director of the State Porcelain Factory. In 2001 he works with "Art prize of the GDR", the "national prize for literature and art" and the "Saxon order of merit" as a freelance artist.

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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