Eclosion, 2019

by Chloé Sontrop

Sculpture : bronze 35 x 28 x 12 cm

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Numbered and limited to 8 copies


Hand-signed by artist


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Dimensions cm inch

35 x 28 x 12 cm Height x Width x Depth


The sculpture can be displayed outdoors





Human body





Artwork sold in perfect condition

Origin: France

The artist expresses what is deepest in her and opens her repertoire on the theme of childhood, exoticism and travel. Sculpture is a good way to get to know the world, to share a passion and to understand form in its entirety. Each emotion experienced participates in its creation. Fascinated by diversity, morphology and expressions, she seeks to give the incredible sensation of giving life to matter. It's endless learning. Through sculpture, she seeks to arouse an emotion and bring a moment of meditation...
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Chloé Sontrop

Chloé Sontrop

France • Born in: 1989

Emerging artists

Classical Figurative Sculptors


French artists

Chloé Sontrop is a French artist, born in 1989 in Auxerre. She moved to Marcq en Baroeul, in the North of France.

She graduated in sculpting from the St Luc Institute in Tournai, Chloé expresses her deepest thoughts and highlights themes like childhood, exoticism and travel. Through her sculptures, created in terracotta and wood, she has managed to achieve an expertis on shapes. Every single emotions helps her creation.

Fascinated by diversity, morphology and expressions, she tries to provide an incredible feeling of life through materials. It's an infinite learning process as her aim is not to copy the reality but analyze it. Through sculpting, she is able to build on this aspect.

She received several awards for her work, just like the public prize in sculpting at the Européen d'Art Contemporain Fair in Saint-Brisson-sur-Loire, in 2016.

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