bronze sculpture "Sensitive Movement" Mario Dalpra 2022

SKU 990

Large bronze sculpture “Sensitive Movement”, Mario Dalpra, 2022, bronze cast and patinated, unique piece, signed

  • Height: 74cm, Width: 58cm, Depth: 35cm
  • 2022
    Technique: bronze, cast and patinated
    Provenance: purchased directly from the artist

    signed “MD22” bib.: Lina Albrikiene (ed.), Mario Dalpra. Chasing Aesthetics, Bucher publ., Hohenems 2023


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    SKU 990

    Mario Dalpra, born in 1960 in Feldkirch, Vorarlberg, studied in the master class of Arnulf Rainer at the Academy of Fine Arts in Vienna. The versatile artist first worked as a painter and began creating his first wooden sculptures in 1998. From 2006 onwards, he increasingly focused on bronze art, and his bronze sculptures gradually became signature pieces in his oeuvre.
    Dalpra’s cast bronze figures are characterized by flowing, organic shapes presented in various surface finishes. The unique design of these surfaces plays an important role in Dalpra’s art. The patinated “Sensitive Movement”, for example, features organic contours and its dark and green colors emphasize the tranquility of the self-contained sculpture.
    This very harmonious work by Dalpra is ideally placed freely in a room, thus allowing the viewer to admire it from all angles.


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