The sculptures of Giacometti exude a sense of ethereal beauty and transcendence. These skeletal figures, devoid of mass and volume, seem to be weightless and detached from the physical world.With their elongated proportions and oversized feet, they possess a otherworldly quality that captivates the viewer. The artist applies muted shades of gray and beige, often accentuated with subtle touches of pink or blue, on the rich brown patina of the metal, further enhancing the evocative nature of his work. In particular, the sculpture "Three Men Walking (II)" showcases Giacometti's distinct technique and vision. The heavily worked, eroded and rough surfaces reveal the artist's attention to detail. These reduced, stripped-down figures convey a sense of haunting loneliness and existential angst, making them a powerful and enduring artistic statement.