1970s Terracotta Sicilian Sculpture of a Woman by Tudisco


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A Sicilian Sculpture by Tudisco created in the 1970s, in very good conditions, signed on a side. The sculpture portrays a lying naked woman Terracotta is a type of clay-based ceramic material that has been widely used throughout history for sculptural works. It is known for its earthy reddish-brown color and its ability to retain intricate details. The sculpture represents the female form in a relaxed or reclining pose. The choice of subject matter and nudity reflects artistic expressions of beauty, sensuality, or vulnerability. The Sicilian origin, it is worth noting that Sicily has a rich artistic heritage, with a long history of sculptural traditions dating back to ancient times. The region has been influenced by various cultures and artistic movements, including Greek, Roman, and Baroque styles. The sculpture showcases artistic influences from Sicilian traditions and the broader art historical context. Dimensions: Height: 6.7 in (17 cm)Width: 13.78 in (35 cm)Depth: 7.88 in (20 cm)

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Place of origin:
Mid-Century Modern
Creator / Artist:
Giovanni Tudisco
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