Sue E. Fuller (American, 21st century), "Innocence", ca. early 2000s. Signed behind one leg. Numbered 6/50. A fine cast bronze female nude torso with a rich finish of mottled cream and peach hues by this contemporary Colorado artist created in the classical tradition with her weight shifted in a naturalistic manner and a veristic approach to anatomy that captures human energy and life. Fuller is a masterful sculptor of nudes, a tradition that took root in Ancient Greece, was famously rebirthed during the Renaissance, and continued to be admired in the Modern era - August Rodin famously stated, "The body always expresses the spirit whose envelope it is. And for him who can see, the nude offers the richest meaning." Size: 15.375" H (39.1 cm); 23" H (58.4 cm) on included custom stand.
Provenance: private Denver, Colorado, USA collection
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