First created in 1968, this magnificent sculpture depictsthe famed scene from the book of Genesis.
Here stand the naked Adam and Eve in the garden of Eden.They are accompanied by the serpent, who has been fashioned into the shape of aheart, denoting the sensual nature of the parable. Dalí has captured here the moment in which Eve offers Adam the forbidden fruit,resulting in a scene that intertwines themes of loyalty, faith, desire andindecision.
The serpent’s shape also channels the ideology that lovecreates a whole greater than the sum of its individual parts.
Dalí’s religious influence in art was largely a directresult of the events and people that surrounded his artistic career, startingwith his Roman Catholic mother.
We see other examples of religious iconography in Dalinianworks such as The Cubist Angel (1983)and The Sacrament of the Last Supper (1955).
This piece is...
- Bronze with green patina
- Numbered and signed
- Limited edition of 350 and35 EA.
Renowned German artist Wunderlich sculpts mythologicallegends, drawing inspiration from both the Surrealist movement and eroticism.
We see the two influences at play very strongly here.
Minotaurus is depicted in strength, with superb muscular
detailing representative of the Greek monster’s fabulous power
*Nike,cast in bronze with green and gold patina, serves as a symbol of femininity andmotherhood. Her protruding golden belly appears to be bursting through itssurrounding skin, an analogous testament to the pain of childbirth.
This fantastic artwork evidences Bruni’s masterful ability to sculpt beautifullydelicate female nudes.
Following in suit to the motifs of his repertoire, this sculpture depicts a womanundressing, providing the viewer with an intimately voyeuristic experience.
This piece is part of our prized collection of Bruno Bruni’s rare A.P. sculptures.
This bronze sculpture is signed and numbered A.P (1/8)
Bruno Bruni recurrent female motif is seen here sprawled out, face down, her upper halfdraped in sheets of bronze.
The artist's masterful ability to recreate such delicate textures here in alloy isa wonder to behold.
In his ever-playful manner, Bruni places emphasis on the refinement of her shape,accentuated in curvature of his subject’s spine and buttocks.
This monumental piece is part of our prized collection of Bruno Bruni’s rare A.P.sculptures.
The naked female, Bruni’s recurrent muse, is seen here hunched over in a slightly awkward position. Regardless ofher arrangement however, her figure somehow retains that familiar iconic gracewe have become so accustomed to in the artist’s works.
Bruni has truly mastered the art of capturing the charm and finesse of the feminine,this sculpture proving a perfect example.
Inocencia, beautifully represents the innate innocence of the female form throughher elegance.
This masterful sculpture is part of our prized collection of Bruno Bruni’s rare A.P.sculptures.
Evident in this sculpture is almost the exact same depiction as seen in Bruni’scelebrated The Kiss.
A darkly cloaked male figure embraces his golden and naked female counterpart.His clothing and her lack thereof is representative of the stark contrastexisting between the masculine and the feminine.
Bruni places emphasis on the elegance of her shape, sculpting a delicate curvature inher spine and buttocks. This is then accentuated by the juxtaposition of themale’s unwieldy outerwear.
Following in suit to the motif of the naked female present across many of Bruni’s works, The Kiss stands as a celebration of thefemale form.
Bruni places emphasis on the elegance of her shape, sculpting a delicate curvature inher spine, calves and buttocks. This is then accentuated by the juxtapositionof the male’s unwieldy outerwear.
Bruno Bruni loves to pay homage to the female body in his works.
This beautiful sculpture, cast in bronze with green patina, depicts a reclinedwoman, who seemingly attempts to remove her clothing overhead.
The habituality and rawness of the act of undressing is depicted here with aparadoxically award gracefulness.
Her slender, yet delicately curvaceous figure provides a sense of effortlesselegance, representative of the natural allure of the feminine form.
One of the best Bruni’s fixation on the female form.
La Calma, cast in bronze, shows a woman hunched over, yet somehow stillretaining an effortless grace that’s so familiar to Bruni’s works.
Her body, mind, and the stone upon which she sits seem grounded together in perfectharmony. This stunning sculpture invites the viewer to rest, relax and allowtheir thoughts to guide them away.
Here we have Bruno Bruni familiar motif - the undressing female form - though here sheis inverted and almost alien in her elongation.
Bruni slightly tweaks his recurrent imagery with each sculpture, emblematic of hisplayful style as an artist.
This artful gaiety is perhaps more apparent here than in his other works by thecaptivating reversal of the standard stance.
His perennial motif of the undressing woman presents the viewer with an intimate,and slightly voyeuristic experience.
Bruni Bruni is famed for his elegant and effortlessly alluring depictions of the femalebody.
His recurrent image of a woman undressing is seen here, though she is face down andsprawled out to accentuate her slender figure.
Bruni places emphasis on the refinement of her shape, accentuated in the bronzecurvature of her spine and buttocks.
This recurrent motif of the undressing woman presents the viewer with an intimate,and somewhat voyeuristic experience.
This sculpture is part of our prized collection of Bruno Bruni’s rare A.P.sculptures.
In this sculpture we have Bruno Bruni familiar motif - the undressing female form - though here sheis inverted.
The sculpture, cast in bronze with green patina, manifests a sense of luxurythrough that iconic color combination - green and gold.
Bruni’s decision to invert his subject is reflective of his playfulness in art. Ever soslightly, he tweaks his recurrent motif, providing the viewer with a differenttake on the same divulging study.
We are excited to be hosting these unique candle holders cast by Bruno Bruni. These candle holders arepart of our prized collection of the artist’s rare A.P. sculptures.
Bruni has mastered the art of creating delicate twists and textures in alloy, andthis skill is wonderfully proven throughout his series of candleholders.
Standing elegantly tall, these works of art invite the viewer to behold their abundanceof beautiful detail.
Sharp edges juxtapose smooth curvature within their grooves and twists, granting thesculptures a uniquely playful and experimental edge.
This collection of candle-holders is part of our prized collection of Bruno Bruni’srare A.P. sculptures.
Paul Wunderlich invites us to marvel at an exquisite example of amotif that’s explored throughout a number of his sculptures - the chess set.
With 16 black and 16 gold patinated figures, the tablebeautifully encompasses the dichotomous harmony of game.
The piece showcases superb artistry - grandiose yet elegant,and wonderfully unique.
This chess table comes with bronze figures (black figures have black patina ) all figures are numbered and signed and are edition of 1500
**included with this unique table and extra small white and black chess board
Paul Wunderlich completes his chess table with a fabulous set ofchairs to match.
Made from wood and black leather, the chairs are a displayof masterful craftsmanship, and their legs cleverly echo the dichotomy of thegame.
Strong vertical lines apparent in the chairs’ exterior arean example of Wunderlich’s fascination with the Art Deco movement.
A smaller version of Paul Wunderlich recurring motif, this smallerversion of A Game of Chess isexquisitely crafted.
Elegantly unique figures cast in black and gold patinabeautifully encompass the dichotomous harmony of game.
The board itself is made from treated wood, polished toprovide a fabulously glossy black and white finish.
The figures are made of bronze, they are finished with black patina.
Figures are numbered and signed in edition of 1500.
Alfredo Battistini pays homage to his idol Michelangelo here.
The sculpture, emblematic of that familiar scene in theSistine chapel, represents the creation of Adam with stunning effect.
Battistini’s focus and admiration for human strength isapparent in this magnificent structure, as superb muscular detailing denotesthe divine power of God.
The sculpture was first unveiled in the Museo Michelangelo’sin Caprese Michelangelo - Michelangelo’s place of birth.
A sculpture of marvelous magnitude, The Dalinian Dancer (1949) masterfully encapsulates the beauty andelegance of feminine movement.
Dalí’s fascination with the art of dance is certainlychanneled here, as he pays homage to his home country and its emblematic dance- the flamenco.
The dancer, cast in bronze with blue patina, passionatelytwirls in an impulsive display of pure joyousness.
Interestingly, this beautiful sculpture also reflects fondlyon the times Dalí spent working on ballet costumes and set designs.
The art of dance is a recurrent motif throughout his works,appearing across a number of paintings such as Fiesta de Santa Lucia (1921) and Bailarina en una calavera (1939).
Bronze with blue patina
Numbered and signed
Limited edition of 350 and 35 EA.
Bruno Bruni recurrent motif, the naked female, is intertwined with delicate nature in thisnoteworthy sculpture.
Taking a break from the soft textures of clothing, Bruni depicts her body inside asnail’s shell - perhaps she is trying to find protection here
The juxtaposition of the calcified shell and the softness of her body is representativeof her vulnerability and innate innocence.
This tender allegory, cast in bronze pays a stunning tribute to the beauty of women.