Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed
Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed
Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed
Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed
Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed
Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed
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  • Charger l'image dans la galerie, Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed
  • Charger l'image dans la galerie, Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed
  • Charger l'image dans la galerie, Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed
  • Charger l'image dans la galerie, Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed

Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant - Caster's stamp and Hand Signed

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Andreas Wargenbrant
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Gold Patinated Bronze Sculpture "The Cat" by Andreas Wargenbrant
- Caster's stamp, hand signed and dated 2021.
- Height 32 cm.

Andreas Wargenbrant is renowned for his mastery of sculptural art, particularly in the mediums of bronze and marble. As a self-taught artist, he has consistently challenged the conventional boundaries of formal education and institutional frameworks. Working within a postmodernist tradition, Wargenbrant delves into the origins and essence of sculpture itself.

Geographically, Wargenbrant explores the symbolic power of the horse, drawing explicit connections to the beloved dala horse. In doing so, he prompts us to question the very notion of what we perceive as quintessentially Swedish. Through his artistic expressions, he instills a sense of wonder and reflection upon our cultural identity.

Aesthetically, Wargenbrant's thought-provoking series "Holes" delves into the genealogy of sculpture. Even in contemporary times, the creation of sculpture often springs from the demands and ideals of modernism. Through his thoughtfully crafted objects, Wargenbrant presents a meta-critique of our society's historical and geographical aesthetic values.

In summary, Andreas Wargenbrant's sculptural works offer a profound examination of the essence and origins of sculpture, challenging preconceived notions and prompting introspection on our cultural identity and aesthetic values.
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