Black Marble Bust Woman Botero-style sculpture H 35cm
Bust of a woman in black marble. Height 35 cm.
Refined bust of a woman handmade in Italy from black marble, a durable and elegant material. Preciousness of material and perfection of form come together in a unique and refined object.
Any imperfections and differences with the image are to be considered a guarantee of the uniqueness of the object and of the material.
An elegant and valuable object, the female TORSO has always played a unique role in interior decoration. The special combination of the natural material with the unmistakable shape inspired by the famous Botero make this object a unique piece that combines refinement and originality. It will be placed to great effect in the most modern desgin contexts.
Black marble, a symphony of elegance and refinement. Its seductive depth and unique veins catch the eye. This fine material lends a touch of luxury and class to any space. The choice of black marble is to create an ambience of timeless style, where beauty and sophistication reign supreme.
Fernando Botero, born in 1932, is the artist known to the art world as the creator of the so-called “fat figures” that are a hallmark of his art. As stated by Botero himself, this is not an obsession; the artist simply dilates the figures, realizes an enlargement of volumes. Botero’s first “dilation” is not to be sought in a figure representing a living being; the first dilated form is an object, precisely a musical instrument, a mandolin, whose resonance hole was represented with very small dimensions, originating a squat, enlarged instrument, a result that fascinated the artist so much that that “fat” appearance became a sort of hallmark. Marble is formed through a metamorphic process from sedimentary rocks. Its many colors and textures derive from the presence of different minerals that, mixing together, create unique and unrepeatable shades and veins. For thousands of years marble has a place of honor in architecture and decoration of every age and style. Its durability makes it adaptable both to monumental works and to detailed and precious miniatures, giving elegance and refinement to objects.