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Chiparus Sculpture Bronze Art Deco The Colombe

Chiparus Sculpture Bronze Art Deco The Colombe

Chiparus Sculpture Bronze Art Deco The Colombe  Chiparus Sculpture Bronze Art Deco The Colombe
Chiparus sculpture bronze art deco "the dove". This product sheet is originally written in English. Please find below a machine translation in French. If you have any questions please contact us.

Elegant art decoration bronze sculpture real with marble base "la dove". This beautiful piece is 10 in height and weighs 5 pounds. The young woman delicately holds a long-tailed love dove. She seems somewhat worried as she gently supports the dove in her hands apart.

Her face is beautiful with an ahuri expression. The aged tricolor patina is very well applied and looks great! This solid bronze piece is very graceful and pleasant to look at.

Demetre chiparus was born in Rumania on 16 September 1886 and died in Dorohoi, Rumania - on 22 January 1947 in Paris, France. He was an art deco sculptor who lived and worked in Paris. It is commonly referred to as the father of art deco. The first chiparus sculptures were created in a realistic style and exhibited at the 1914 salon.

Most of his famous works were made between 1914 and 1933. The mature style of chiparus took shape from the 1920s.

His sculptures are remarkable for their brilliant and exceptional decorative effect. The dancers of Russian ballet, French theatre and early films were among his most remarkable subjects and were characterized by a long, slender and stylized appearance. His work was influenced by an interest in Egypt, after Pharaoh discovered the tomb of tolankhamon.

The process of "lost wax". What enhances bronze art beyond that of a "memory" found in a closet? There are several reasons, including the cost of bronze materials, silicone for moulds, tools, ovens, etc. The main reason is that there are very few people trained in the tedious process practised by ancient Greeks and Romans.

Bronze sculpture is not easy to do and a lot of your time, difficult steps is involved. In a world of hi-tech mass production, bronze cast iron remains essentially the same. Beware of the "cold cast" or "paste bronze", these are misleading the names given to plastic figures. Each of our real bronze castings is actually an "original" and the following explains why. Here are the basic steps involved in the creation of a bronze sculpture medal according to the classical process "lost wax" (lost wax). Original model of the artist. Silicone mould of the model. Create the lost wax mold. Moulding, grating and bronze file. Assemble the parts by welding. Part mounted file and finish. All bronze parts are cast from a wax model regardless of the original material that the model was carved. A silicone mould is made from the finished piece of the artist, and a hollow wax cast is extracted from this mould. The wax is then repaired, reworked and finished to the specifications of the sculptor. Before creating a ceramic shell (explained below), the vents are attached in the wax model. These vents are necessary in hard-to-reach areas where gas can accumulate such as hips, necks and limbs. Vents let the gas escape when the molten bronze is cast and will avoid the air pockets forming that explode the ceramic shell. The ceramic shell is one of the few materials that can withstand the heat of the molten metal. When the wax melt is hardened and the vents are in place, a ceramic shell is formed on the wax. This shell is made by dipping the wax into an aqueous solution, coating with sand, drying and repeating the process up to 14 times. A core composed of plaster, earth brick and water is cast inside the wax mould.

Once the ceramic tank and core have been defined, the mould is triggered in an oven, the wax is melted and the ceramic shell is left intact. This process is known in French as lost wax (lost wax). Molten bronze is now spread in the cavity left by the melted wax. When the bronze medal is cooled, the shell is chipped away with a hammer and a chisel.

The bronze medal must now be repaired and finished. This step is called "hunting" and it is a difficult process, because metal is involved. Any imperfection such as the air pockets of the well must be brazed with bronze rod, as in welding.

All ears and seams must be removed by grinding, grating and, finally, sanding. The next step is to hunt or hammer the mould vents using special tools. The natural bronze medal has a matte finish. After the finish finish, a patina is applied can be left matt of polish. Chemicals, pigments, heat, safety equipment and a lot of experience are involved.

In addition, since bronze comes in a variety of alloys, patina requires different techniques and chemicals. Combine several elements for accounts and free ship.

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Return customers or if the additional question wanted, call for special prices and free shipping. Guaranteed satisfaction with a 30-day return policy changes. The item "chiparus sculpture bronze art déco the dove" has been on sale since Sunday, March 3, 2019.

It is in the category "art, antiques\art of xxe, contemporary\sculptures, statues". The seller is "cousinjethro" and is located in/in kingston, Tennessee. This item can be delivered anywhere in the world.
  1. date of creation: 2000-present
  2. region: us
  3. Larger dimensions: less than 30.5cm
  4. theme: silhouettes & nudes
  5. Medium: bronze
  6. original/reproduction: reproduction
  7. referenced by: reseller or reseller

Chiparus Sculpture Bronze Art Deco The Colombe  Chiparus Sculpture Bronze Art Deco The Colombe