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Marie-Madeleine Vitrolles is a French sculptor born in 1957.

The sculptress focuses on fragility, grace and elegance, proper of her definition of femininity. Her allongated figures are part of the Giacometti art. Her "Walking Women" symbolize an ideal an timeless beauty. Preciousness, softness are confused with a protean, rough character. Ceramics, from which she masters all the enamelling possibilities and techniques, take shape between strenght and fragility. Between these two characters oscillates the female figure, anchored on the body, fashion, sensuality... Marie-Madeleine Vitrolles invites us to rewrite certain codes and to reshape our image of the modern women.

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Who is the artist?

Marie-Madeleine Vitrolles is a French sculptor born in 1957.

The sculptress focuses on fragility, grace and elegance, proper of her definition of femininity. Her allongated figures are part of the Giacometti art. Her "Walking Women" symbolize an ideal an timeless beauty. Preciousness, softness are confused with a protean, rough character. Ceramics, from which she masters all the enamelling possibilities and techniques, take shape between strenght and fragility. Between these two characters oscillates the female figure, anchored on the body, fashion, sensuality... Marie-Madeleine Vitrolles invites us to rewrite certain codes and to reshape our image of the modern women.

What is Marie-Madeleine Vitrolles’s artistic movement?

The artistic movements of the artists are: Classical Figurative Sculptors, Elongated Sculpture, Folk Art

When was Marie-Madeleine Vitrolles born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1957