Bronze Code: 62
Height: 9.1 In
Width: 7.1 In
Weight: 4 LBs


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Embrace the everyday elegance of the early 20th century, encapsulated by the 'girls on a chair' series of works by renowned Italian sculptor, A. Gori. This series is prominently recognized as a defining contribution to the 'golden' age of Art Deco, an artistic and design style characterized by rich colors, bold shapes, and extravagant detailing.

As a master of figuration, A. Gori renders depth and life in his work, capturing the timeless beauty and fashion characteristics of that epoch. His sublimely intricate aesthetics is mirrored through his figures that echo the femininity, stature, and magnificence of the women from the Art Deco period.

Born in Florence, A. Gori's fascination with art was cultivated at an early age. He honed his skills under the esteemed tutor Augusto Rivalt at the Accademia di Belle Arti City Academy of Fine Arts. Although the precise timeline of his life remains a mystery, his legacy lives on through his extensive artworks spanning from 1895 to 1925.

One of the most notable attributes of Gori's work is his ability to amalgamate a variety of materials. The interplay of bronze, ivory, and marble in Gori's sculptures truly accentuates the expressivity of his images, allowing spectators to appreciate the vibrancy of his artforms. Each piece is a testament to the artist's dedication to his craft, a legacy of timeless artistry.