Family I, 2019

by Nando Kallweit

Sculpture : bronze 11.8 x 4.3 x 3.1 inch

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Numbered and limited to 50 copies

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Hand-signed by artist


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Dimensions cm inch

11.8 x 4.3 x 3.1 inch Height x Width x Depth


The sculpture can be displayed outdoors

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Origin: United Kingdom

A bronze depiction of family love - mother, father and child in a moment of contemplation and communion.

Nando's work celebrates the modern human form whilst acknowledging that our individuality is shaped by our heritage. Heritage from our parents, our neighbourhood or from the distant past... in this case represented by the distinctive "Egyptian" head.
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Nando Kallweit

Nando Kallweit

Germany • Born in: 1972

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German artist Nando Kallweit produces figurative sculptures and reliefs with aquiline and graceful appeal. After completing engineering school, Kallweit began a successful career as a freelance sculptor. His work has since become coveted for public installations and private collections alike.  

Whether viewed in art exhibitions, large-scale installations, or the urban environment, his work is remarkably striking. The interplay between physical object, negative space, and observer creates emotions and enticing poetry that change depending on the context.  

Kallweit is inspired by seemingly disparate cultures; the strength of ancient Egyptian sculptures, the dynamic forms of the modern Cubist movement, and an observation of our contemporary existence. Combined with a considerate approach, Kallweit renders archaic materials, such as blackened oak and bronze, with a palpable sensitivity. These forms are varied tirelessly in his creations. His elongated sculptures depict aspirational human figures in a proud stances that are aesthetically pleasing.  

Close observation of each piece leads to the discovery of unexpected details in the design which convey an emotional robustness. Kallweit moves continuously while creating his sculptures. He works with an intensity and energy that he must balance with a sensitive and considerate approach.  

Kallweit's work is permeated by a longing for the unknown, for the elusive, the divine, and the spiritual.

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