The waltz (small) Camille Claudel

Resin reproduction of the work La valse by Camille Claudel (initially in bronze).
Created in 1893, The Waltz is considered to be Camille Claudel's most personal work. This expressionist and autobiographical sculpture brings to light the deepest aspects of love.
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La valse represents a couple of dancers at the edge of the breaking point of the balance, as taken in a whirlwind. In a first version, Camille Claudel represents his dancers, naked, but their sensualism is considered little acceptable and the artist dresses his characters in a chaster drapery, so that the state can acquire the artwork.
La valse is considered as most personal work of the Camille Claudel's . This expressionistic and autobiographical sculpture updates what it is deeper in love.

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Size : 19 cm of height
material : resin

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