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Poet Bertran de Born. Divine Comedy by Dante Alighieri

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Sold by: Alexandr Karat, Russia
Sculptures and Reliefs, 2018, 11 × 18 × 24 cm

The creation of this sculpture was inspired by the famous book Dante Alighieri “Divine Comedy”.

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The “Poet Bertran de Born”, absolutely unique sculpture by Alexandr Karat at Bearte Gallery. Here you can buy artwork directly from the artist.

Alexandr is the  European Artist from Russia, dealing in the traditional technique of making sculptures, however, in a modern design.

Aleksander combines knowledge of human anatomy, professional technique and creativity, and thus creates unique and artistically valuable sculptures or figurines.

He creates works for individual orders as well as for public institutions

The “Poet Bertran de Born.” is made in bronze and stone.

Dante enters the 8th circle of hell, meets there the poet Bertran de Born, punished for family strife. The creation of this sculpture was inspired by the famous book Dante Alighieri “Divine Comedy”.This unusual story is embodied by the sculptor in bronze according to the best tradition of classical sculpture.

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Weight 8.1 kg
Dimensions 11 × 18 × 24 cm

Alexandr Karat

born January 15, 1982. Alexander started drawing and sculpturing in his early childhood. He had got his first lessons in the Art school, and then he studied sculpture by his parents (the Sculpture Professors). In the last years he closely studied the anatomy of man and animals. Having a great interest in the realistic art, he discovered for himself all the beauty of the human bodily plasticity and harmony, its dynamic expressiveness, which he later embodied in his works.

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