R.three-dimensional production from painting by Amedeo Modigliani "Blue Eyed Woman " from 1918 kept at the Modern Art Museum de la Ville in Paris.
"a young man with beautiful features and a serene air, neither tall nor short, slender and dressed with great elegance ... "
The common characteristic of the women painted by Modigliani is certainly the often eyes without pupils or at least empty and the tapered neck. The absence of the pupils is interpreted in two different ways: as a pictorial choice due to his difficulty in relating to women or, the more romantic one, due to the fact that Modì refused to paint them because he did not know their soul.
The statue was worked and hand painted give it experienced and qualified craftsmen.
- Material: porcelain resin
- Dimensions: 5,7 x 2,5 inch (14.5 x 6.5 cm)
- Weight: 0,8 lb (355 gr)
Made in Europe