Quentin Garel, ‘AUTRUCHE’, 2017, Sculpture, Bronze, Galerie Loft
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Quentin Garel

AUTRUCHE, 2017

Bronze
18 1/2 × 9 4/5 × 16 9/10 in
47 × 25 × 43 cm
Edition of 8
.
€10,000 - 15,000
Location
PARIS
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Fondeur Bocquel
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Quentin Garel
French, b. 1975
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Quentin Garel is an internationally renowned French sculptor and draftsman most known for his bronze animal sculptures that resemble wood. His works are first concepted in intricate charcoal drawings which he then translates into wooden sculptures. From there, he makes a mould to cast the piece in bronze resulting in a beautifully realistic, shining sculpture of an elephant, giraffe or gorilla skull.

Quentin Garel graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris in 1998, and was a recipient of a scholarship at the Art Institute of Chicago and a residency of two years at the Casa Velasquez, Madrid. He has been commissioned for numerous notable public works, including a series of bronze animal busts for the Public Gardens in Lille and another in the garden of the Tour Carpe Diem in Paris. Garel is part of several major collections including the permanent collections of Rouen’s Regional Centre of Knowledge and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Verona, Italy, and has been featured in the Galleries of Comparative Anatomy and Palaeontology. He is also the recipient of noteworthy art awards including the Drawing Prize from the Academy of Fine Arts, Paris in 2003, and the Sculpture Award from Salon de Mai, Paris in 2004, among others.

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Quentin Garel
French, b. 1975
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Quentin Garel is an internationally renowned French sculptor and draftsman most known for his bronze animal sculptures that resemble wood. His works are first concepted in intricate charcoal drawings which he then translates into wooden sculptures. From there, he makes a mould to cast the piece in bronze resulting in a beautifully realistic, shining sculpture of an elephant, giraffe or gorilla skull.

Quentin Garel graduated from the Ecole Nationale Superieure des Beaux Arts in Paris in 1998, and was a recipient of a scholarship at the Art Institute of Chicago and a residency of two years at the Casa Velasquez, Madrid. He has been commissioned for numerous notable public works, including a series of bronze animal busts for the Public Gardens in Lille and another in the garden of the Tour Carpe Diem in Paris. Garel is part of several major collections including the permanent collections of Rouen’s Regional Centre of Knowledge and the Museum of Contemporary Art of Verona, Italy, and has been featured in the Galleries of Comparative Anatomy and Palaeontology. He is also the recipient of noteworthy art awards including the Drawing Prize from the Academy of Fine Arts, Paris in 2003, and the Sculpture Award from Salon de Mai, Paris in 2004, among others.

Quentin Garel

AUTRUCHE, 2017

Bronze
18 1/2 × 9 4/5 × 16 9/10 in
47 × 25 × 43 cm
Edition of 8
.
€10,000 - 15,000
Location
PARIS
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Have a question? Visit our help center.
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