Stefano Todini - Sculpture, 61 cm - travertine - Late 20th century

Description
Stefano Todini - Sculpture, 61 cm - travertine - Late 20th century
Italy

Exquisite sculpture representing a new interpretation of Michelangelo’s Prisoners (prigioni), "The Awakening Slave"
Michelangelo’s “prigioni” are colossal sculptures intended as decorations for the Pope Julius II tomb. The fame of these statues is due above all to their “unfinished” state, as to represent the eternal struggle of human beings to free themselves from their material trappings.
Sculpture in Roman travertine by artist Stefano Todini.
Work of remarkable sculptural quality, unique piece.
Roman travertine is extracted in the Tivoli area; it is the same material used to build the Colosseum.
The artist’s signature is visible in photos.
Dimensions 61x26x18 cm, weight 41 kg
Insured shipping via courier with safe packaging in wooden crate.

Lot details
Object
61 cm, Sculpture
Material
travertine
Manufacturer/ Brand
Stefano Todini
Estimated Period
Late 20th century
Country of Origin
Italy
Condition
Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes
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