Caught in a solitary moment, The Bather seems unhurried in her privacy with no idea that anyone might be watching her reveal that fragile, nurturing quality, of a woman caring for herself.
The original inspiration for this work was found when viewing an exhibition of Edgar Degas as recorded in my diary of the 17th of October 1988. “The wonder that I felt, looking at the series of bathing figures, [Degas] captures a quiet calm in the paintings, we are allowed to intrude on, unnoticed by the model... Read More
||38 × 45 × 59 cm|
||Bronze Cast Venturi Arte Italy|
||The Figure Collection|