Genome - Bronze sculpture

Edition 12 of 16

  • Artist Quinn Lorenzo
  • Category Figurative sculptures
  • Creation year 2005
  • Dimensions 40 x 22 x H 37 cm
  • Technique Bronze sculpture
  • About

    Bronze and aluminium sculptures in which the hands embody essential feelings with which all humanity can identify. Lorenzo Quinn's work has been called by specialists as symbolic realism, in which the artist looks for a united world that captures the magic of everyday moments.

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Quinn Lorenzo

Contemporary Italian artist Lorenzo Quinn is a leading figurative sculptor whose work is inspired by such masters as Michelangelo, Bernini and Rodin. Exhibited internationally, his monumental public art and smaller, more intimate pieces transmit his passion for eternal values and authentic emotions. He is best known for expressive recreations of human hands.
At the age of 21 he received a commission from the United Nations, the Vatican commanded a sculpture of San Antonio on the occasion of the anniversary of the Saint. His most monumental project was "The Globe of Life", a bronze sculpture ten meters in diameter. Today his work has traveled around the world and his works illuminate numerous private galleries.

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