Bultman, Willem




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  • The sculpture consists of three portraits of women. The work is based on the theme “figure in space”.
  • It represents people who are looking for intimacy, but also freedom and space.
  • The women enjoy the first spring sun and have fun with each other.
  • Because of the sun they have closed their eyes so they do not notice that they are being watched.
  • The open attitude of the women expresses confidence.
  • They enjoy the sun and each other without fear of what is going on around them.
  • The image is figurative and executed in a loose touch, while there is still a certain amount of body tension.
  • The statue is darkly patinated after which a part has been treated with wax and a part has been left untreated.
  • This creates a subtle difference in finish.

Born on 13 July 1951 in Oldebroek.
In June 1995 graduated as a teacher drawing and painting at the Hogeschool Windesheim in Zwolle.
Besides architectural, drawing teacher and autonomous artist.

Technique: 3D-figure
Surface: Bronze
Year: 2006
Country of Origin: The Netherlands
Signed: With certificate
Topic: Figure
Style: Realism
Time Period: 21th Century
Image Size: 21 cm high
Total Size: 24 x 35 x 17 cm
Primary Color: Brown
Secondary Color: Brown
Size: Small (till 60 cm)
Editions: Image in bronze the 3rd of a total of 9 copies

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