Up for your consideration wonderful sculpture by the renowned Greek sculptor Spyros Katapodis.
The sculpture is of substantial weight (2kgrs) and consists of two parts, the main sculpture and its base. It is numbered (3 -20) and signed by the artist.
Artist: Spyros Katapodis
Approximate Measurements: Height 12.6cm x Width 15.1cm (4.96″ x 5.94″), Weight 2.050 kgr
Condition: Excellent pre-owned condition. Please take a careful look at the pictures for detailed condition and feel free to ask any questions that you may have. Please note that some light surface wear might not be visible in the pictures due to lighting.
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(1933 Agrinio – 1998 Athens)
He studied sculpture (1956-1962) with Yannis Pappas at the Athens School of Fine Arts. In 1964-1974, he worked at Nikos Kerlis’s foundry and later at the archaeological museums in Delphi and Olympia.
His work has been shown in solo and group exhibitions, including Greek national exhibitions, the Paris Biennale Internationale des Jeunes Artistes (1967), the Sao Paulo Biennale (1971) and the Budapest Biennale (1971).
Inspired by the human figure and human condition, and using plaster, wax, clay and bronze, Spyros Katapodis blended figurative and abstract approaches as well as cubist and constructivist elements, producing emotionally charged compositions with surrealistic and expressionistic overtones.