Swagger. Strength. Style.
Italian interwar art's esprit of geometries created Art Moderne sculptures like the Lipizzaner horse.Our highly groomed stallion swells into war horse mode with vigor, dynamism and a powerful stance.
You can see Art Deco's spirit melding into the Interwar style of muscular classicism, which linked recently shaken Italy to the exalted history of Imperial Rome. The design is heightened by sensitive texturing and a bronze finish. Contrasting white marble base.
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Italian Art Moderne intended to create a radically sleek new elegance that symbolized the movementÌ_Ì_́‰ÛÓÌös values of wealth, sophistication and populism. You can identify interwar works because theyÌ_Ì_́‰ÛÓÌöre horizontal and round with very little surface ornamentation.Compare the style's relative plainness to Art DecoÌ_Ì_́‰ÛÓÌös verticality, sharpness and lively surfaces.
This exuberant movement admired vitality, speed, machines, industrialization and forward-motion. Hallmarks are planar, symmetrical, repetitive, modern streamlined shapes. Ornament is usually geometric or stylized from the life and rendered in mixed fine or new materials.
- Art Moderne Sculpture
- Muscular, Italian Interwar Styling
- Sensitive Hand Texturing
- Bronze Finish
- White Marble Base
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