Bronze Code: 852
Height: 13 In
Width: 16.1 In
Weight: 19.8 LBs


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Introducing a magnificent sculpture by the renowned Art Deco master, D.H.Chiparus. This large and imposing sculpture, weighing 9kg and measuring 41cm in length, effortlessly captures the elegance and sophistication of the Russian ballet. The piece pays tribute to the famed performances put together by the creative genius, Sergei Diaghilev, which captivated audiences in Paris since 1908, London since 1912 and many other parts of the world from 1915.

Depicting the grace of the dancers and the style of the era in rich, vibrant colors, Dymenta Chiparus' sculpture serves as a stunning interior decoration piece that carries an aura of culture and refinement making it a perfect addition to any home.

Demetre H. Chiparus (1886-1947) is an integral part of the Art Deco movement, celebrated for his ability to encapsulate beauty in its purest form. The influence of Diaghilev's successful 'Russian Seasons' is evident in Chiparus' work, with echoes of its inspiration woven throughout his artistic narrative. This is particularly apparent in the iconic figures he sculpted, such as the legendary Cleopatra and mysterious dancers of the ancient East.

Beyond the beauty and precision embedded in each piece, Chiparus also reflects an accurate representation of the soloists from Diaghilev's Russian troupe, some of whom were leading dancers from the esteemed Bolshoi and Mariinsky Theaters. His sculptures offer a tangible memory of the 'Russian Seasons', their widespread acclaim, and the triumph that ensued.