Agnese Parronchi

Ballerina Black Sculpture


Ballerina Black Sculpture - Agnese Parronchi


This exquisite sculpture was inspired by the work of Futuristic artist Fortunato Depero, particularly its Bellerina Negra painting. Its dynamism and the striking black and white color combination create a sophisticated effect that reproduces the mesmerizing movements of a tribal dancer. The piece was crafted of clay with the "colatura" technique, in which the material is poured into a gypsum mold and fired twice, with the second firing adding the colors and a glass finish to the piece.

Product Reference: AGNEFI-005


• Material: Ceramics
• Dimensions (in): W 6.69 x D 2.76 x H 10.63
• Dimensions (cm): W 17 x D 7 x H 27
• Handmade In Italy


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Agnese Parronchi

Tuscany, Italy

Born in Florence in 1957, Agnese Parronchi graduated from the prestigious Opificio delle Pietre Dure as an art conservationist with a specialization in stone sculpture. After a career restoring stone artifacts from 198…

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