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Roberto Tagliazucchi

DAVIDE (1993)

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28.4x11x11 in / 9.00 kg
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Metal sculpture bronze lost wax done in 1993, Dimensions 11.03 x 11.03 x 28.37 inch , weight 9Kg , Sculpture signed and certified by Artist. Available immediately, unique work. Free shipping King Saul faced the Philistines near the Valley. David heard the Philistine giant Goliath challenge...
Metal sculpture bronze lost wax done in 1993,

Dimensions 11.03 x 11.03 x 28.37 inch , weight 9Kg ,

Sculpture signed and certified by Artist.

Available immediately, unique work.
Free shipping

King Saul faced the Philistines near the Valley. David heard the Philistine giant Goliath challenge the Israelites to send their own champion to decide the outcome in single combat; Goliath used to regulars stand opposite the Israelite camp and shout insults concerning King Saul and the Israelite people. David told Saul he was prepared to face Goliath alone. David picked five smooth stones from a nearby brook, and struck Goliath in the forehead with a stone from his sling. Goliath fell dead, and David took Goliath's sword and beheaded him. The Philistines fled in terror. Saul inquired about the name of the young champion and David told him that he was the son of Jesse.

However, my David also incorporates dance, dance for which he was reprimand by Mikal (a wife) because he had danced naked during a religious procession, while carrying the Ark of the Covenant to Jerusalem just conquered. The strength of courage and the insouciance of youth...

*Patina (coloration) may vary. Each patina is applied through a detailed chemical process and all done by hand. Each patina is unique and no one is the exact same. Please also keep in mind that due to the many variations in monitors and browsers, colors may appear different on different monitors.

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Roberto Tagliazucchi, sculptor, was born in Carrara. In 1980 he moved to Paris where he began his artistic career, taking part in important exhibitions such as the “Salone d’Automne” and “Réalités Nouvelles”....

Roberto Tagliazucchi, sculptor, was born in Carrara. In 1980 he moved to Paris where he began his artistic career, taking part in important exhibitions such as the “Salone d’Automne” and “Réalités Nouvelles”. In 1986 he won the contract to decorate the new church of Cergy-St-Christophe and then in 1988 he was in charge of the decoration of the church Villeneuve-Le-Roi. His sculpture, Christ d’Aleray, was selected by the Archbishop of Paris,Cardinal J.M. Lustiger’s commission of religious art to be installed in the first church built in Paris for a century, Notre Dame de L’Arche de l’Alliance.
In 1989 he was commissioned by the French Ministry for Culture to produce “Prometheus”, a marble bas-relief (7 x 3 metres) for the artistic high school, Le Parc, in St-Maur-Des-Fosses. Another of his monumental sculptures stands in the town hall of Evry (1991). In 2002, Tagliazucchi received a special mention for his work “Non Uccidere”, inspired by the events of 11 September, at the international competition “Il nuovo linguaggio delle trasparenze” in Brescia, Italy. In 2003, he won the contest for a sculpture at the hospital Santa Chiara in Trento with his work, “Maternità”. In 2004 the council of Pordenone bought his model, “Arciere”, for the decoration of its new headquarters and then in 2006 he carried out a fresco “les acrobats du cirque du soleil” (6 x 3 metres) for the suburb of Saint-Mandé (Paris).
He has collaborated with the architect Stanislas FISZER as well as with the Roma studio of architecture and Constantin architects in Paris.
His works have been acquired by the St Maur Museum in Paris and he also has sculptures on display at the Bibliothèque National de Paris as well as in numerous other important private collections both in Europe and the United States.

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