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Christoph Fischer, Horse 2

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Expressionist and Realist Sculpture

Doe Fischer
Joe Doe, 514

We offer small terracottas by Doe and a variety of works by Fischer and Tacke. Tina Tacke also portrays by commission.

You are looking for emotionally demanding Figures? For classic Scultpture?

Gallery Clay presents sculptures small and large in different techniques.

  Joe Doe | Christoph Fischer

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Most of Joe's sculptures are small in size. In fact, with the exception of the priestess, all are heads. He has made three moumental heads in painted plaster, in addition one large black head in terracotta. The large works are not shown here.

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531, Priestess
531, Could Be Pablo

The small works are monumental in appearance nevertheless. As sculptures are three-dimensional, they are shown as animated gifs. Did you ever see something like this? Observe and enjoy the different views! Joe says:
I only once saw a sculpture in a museum mounted on a turntable. It was in a Picasso museum in Antibes or Nizza, France. I knew the monumental head of Marie-Therèse well from photographs, but when turned, the head showed extremely diverse views I never would have imagined. This experience is unforgettable.

 

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Christoph is very much fascinated by the horse, but has made many other figures, too, of course. We'll concentrate here on horses and show a raven in addition.

The horse plays a vital role in human history. It was not until the dawn of the traditional role after World War II that this role was concentrated upon by Italian sculptor Marino Marini. Traditional sculpture has used the horse as a means to enhance the power of man. Marini shows both man and horse as vulnerable creatures dependent on each others.

Fischer is different. His horses rather show the longing of both human and animal creatures for eternal experiences. Have a look at his sculptures "Dream Journey" and "Crossing"!

 

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