Giacomo Manzù, ‘Dancers’, 1970, Wallector
Giacomo Manzù, ‘Dancers’, 1970, Wallector
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Giacomo Manzù

Dancers, 1970

Etching
25 1/5 × 19 3/10 in
64 × 49 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
€2,000
location
Only Exhibition
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Wallector
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Hand Signed and numbered. Edition of 125 prints.

Published in the artwork series: "Giacomo …

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Hand Signed and numbered. Edition of 125 prints.

Published in the artwork series: "Giacomo Manzù: Fifteen original etchings and aquatints", by Touchstone Suite, New York, 1970.
Giacomo Manzù (Bergamo, 1908- Ardea, 1991), pseudonym of Giacomo Manzoni, was a famous italian artist and sculptor. He devoted …

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Signature
Hand Signed and numbered.
Giacomo Manzù
Italian, 1908–1991
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At the apex of his career, sculptor Giamcomo Manzù adhered to three principle motifs: life-size …

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At the apex of his career, sculptor Giamcomo Manzù adhered to three principle motifs: life-size nudes, Catholic iconography, and the painter with his model. In refining his style, he phased out terracotta and stucco, concentrating on bronze and, to a lesser extent, marble. Manzù intended the simplified human figures …

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Giacomo Manzù, ‘Dancers’, 1970, Wallector
Giacomo Manzù, ‘Dancers’, 1970, Wallector
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About the work
Wallector
Only Exhibition
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Hand Signed and numbered. Edition of 125 prints.

Published in the artwork series: "Giacomo …

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Hand Signed and numbered. Edition of 125 prints.

Published in the artwork series: "Giacomo Manzù: Fifteen original etchings and aquatints", by Touchstone Suite, New York, 1970.
Giacomo Manzù (Bergamo, 1908- Ardea, 1991), pseudonym of Giacomo Manzoni, was a famous italian artist and sculptor. He devoted …

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Signature
Hand Signed and numbered.
Giacomo Manzù
Italian, 1908–1991
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At the apex of his career, sculptor Giamcomo Manzù adhered to three principle motifs: life-size …

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At the apex of his career, sculptor Giamcomo Manzù adhered to three principle motifs: life-size nudes, Catholic iconography, and the painter with his model. In refining his style, he phased out terracotta and stucco, concentrating on bronze and, to a lesser extent, marble. Manzù intended the simplified human figures …

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Giacomo Manzù

Dancers, 1970

Etching
25 1/5 × 19 3/10 in
64 × 49 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
€2,000
location
Only Exhibition
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