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Terzo Yan

Vulcano, 2020

Sculpture : aluminium 24.8 x 8.3 x 7.9 inch


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Vulcano is a metal alloy sculpture; which contains enormous energy. It shows the aesthetic image of Futurism where we can see all the horrors. The face with frowning convulsions means "the Despair". The sculptor revolutionized the human experience - personal, cultural, in social and political terms, achieving a unique concept of artistic type.
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Professional art gallery • Angers, France

Artsper seller since 2020

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Sculpture: aluminium
Dimensions cm inch
24.8 x 8.3 x 7.9 inch
Sculpture sold with wood pedestal
Dimensions of pedestal: 11.8 x 7.9 x 5.9 inch
The sculpture cannot be displayed outdoors
Unique work
Work sold with an invoice from the gallery and a certificate of authenticity
Artwork signed in the mold

Dark blue


Abstract art



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Terzo Yan

Terzo Yan


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Armenian artists

I am a self-made artist, who never studied from anyone. It was interesting for me to mold the plants into bronze and make some compositions and sculptures of them. It was very hard in the beginning, especially with the high temperature soldiering, and I spent 6-7 years to get molding technologies, because every plant has its own specifications, regimes, etc,. But, step by step I found the secrets and proceeded. The most exciting for me is the human-nature unity, and one can always see human images in my bronze plants. The second, most interesting for me, direction became the “drawing in bronze" - the picture-collages, where molded bronze is used instead of pencils and brushes. I have to try a lot on the models before making the final composition with the enamel, patin, etc,. It is an exciting thing for me for its numerous associations. Yet my works have complex surfaces and one needs to magnify their pictures for right evaluation.

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