Waldemar Otto - Zittende vrouwelijke torso XV

Description
Waldemar Otto - Zittende vrouwelijke torso XV
Bronze - Hand signed - 3 of 12 - 1995

Description: Seated female torso, speciality of Otto. Signed with his monogram. Title verso and the date; 27.11.95. Made of bronze with number 3 of a series of 12.

Waldemar Otto was born in 1929 in Poland and fled in 1945 with his parents to Halle in Germany. In 1948, Otto began a sculpture study at the University of the Arts in Berlin. In 1952, he graduated as Meisterschüler with Alexander Gonda. His first success came in 1957 with the price of the Großen Berliner Kunstausstellung. From 1961 onwards his first torsos, which have since become characteristic of his style. In 1973, he was appointed professor at the Hochschule für Künste Bremen. From 1976 he lives and works in the artist colony Worpswede in the state of Lower Saxony.

Lot details
Artist
Waldemar Otto
Title of artwork
Zittende vrouwelijke torso XV
Technique
Bronze
Signature
Hand signed
Year
1995
Period
1990-1999
Edition
3 of 12
Condition
Good
Image size
20×14 cm
Sold with frame
No
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