London'Chapeau à Frankfurt' Reflections on Impressionist Sculpture
In recognition of the Staedel Museum’s recent ground-breaking exhibition ‘En Passant’, the Sladmore’s exhibition pay homages to their show and continues the examination of how the attributes of Impressionism – light, colour and movement, found their expression in the vibrant sculpture of this period.
The Sladmore curators have focused on the works of 5 of the same sculptors – Edgar Degas, Auguste Rodin, Paul Troubetzkoy, Rembrandt Bugatti and Emile Antoine-Bourdelle, featured in the Frankfurt exhibition.
Rembrandt Bugatti, Cow Lowing, 1901. Bronze, height: 9″ (23cm), length: 15″ (37cm)