Youth and the Devil

Youth and the Devil  is an original Contemporary Artwork realized by  Sandro Chia  (born 1946) in  1993/1994

Original Bronze and Wax.

Dimension: 33.5 x 34 x 29 cm.

Hand-signed  on the upper side: " Sandro Chia ".

The work is part of an initial project in seven specimens of which only one completed.

The  Certificate of Authenticity  from the Graphic Studio University of South Florida is attached. 

Excellent Conditions. 

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Artist Sandro Chia
Typology Sculptures
Technique Bronze
Period 1990s
Subject Fantastic, Folklore, Mythology
Dimensions (cm) 33.5 x 34 x 29

Youth and the Devil is an original Contemporary Artwork realized by Sandro Chia  (born 1946) in 1993/1994

Original Bronze and Wax.

Dimension: 33.5 x 34 x 29 cm.

Hand-signed on the upper side: " Sandro Chia ".

The work is part of an initial project in seven specimens of which only one completed.

The  Certificate of Authenticity from the Graphic Studio University of South Florida is attached. 

Excellent Conditions. 

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Sandro Chia  (born 1946) in  1993/1994 The work is part of an initial project that included Seven works; this is the only specimen that has been created and has been realized by the artist in bronze with two colors. Sandro Chia is an Italian Contemporary painter and sculptor. In the late 1970s and early 1980s he was, with Francesco Clemente, Enzo Cucchi, Nicola De Maria, and Mimmo Paladino, a principal member of the Italian Neo-Expressionist movement which was baptised Transavanguardia by Achille Bonito Oliva.  Transavantgarde or Transavanguardia is the Italian version of Neo-expressionism, an art movement that swept through Italy and the rest of Western Europe in the late 1970s and 1980s. The term transavanguardia was coined by the Italian art critic, Achille Bonito Oliva, originating in the "Aperto '80" at the Venice Biennale, and literally means beyond the avant-garde. This art movement responded to the explosion of conceptual art which found many mediums of expression, by reviving painting and reintroducing emotion ? especially joy ? back into drawing, painting and sculpture.

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