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Ernst Neizvestny - Bronze sculpture "Fallen Warrior"

Ernst Neizvestny - Bronze sculpture "Fallen Warrior"

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Ernst Neizvestny (Russian, 1925 - 2016)
Bronze sculpture "Fallen Warrior"

Ernst Neizvestny's Bronze sculpture "Fallen Warrior" is a stunning piece of art. The sculpture is a tribute to the fallen soldiers of World War II and is a powerful reminder of the sacrifices made by those who fought for freedom. The sculpture is made of bronze.

This sculpture is a beautiful tribute to those who have given their lives in service of their country. It is a reminder of the courage and bravery of those who fought for freedom and justice. It is a timeless piece of art that will be cherished for generations to come. Ernst Neizvestny's Bronze sculpture "Fallen Warrior" is a must-have for any art collector.

This sculpture is a perfect addition to any stylish home or office. It is sure to be a conversation starter and will add a unique touch to any space. 

The piece is unsigned and measures 3 3/4" x 14 1/2" (9.5 x 37 cm) (without base).
Weight with base: 5.25 lb (2.38 kg)

At least 4 of these sculptures are known to exist, two of which were sold at Christie's. The number 4 is also present in the original 1960 document opposite this sculpture in the Grosvenor Gallery documents. The sculpture was last sold at Christie's more than 10 years ago - in 2012.

The Dead Soldier statue (The Grosvenor Gallery documents indicate another name - "Fallen Warrior") is the work that made Neizvestny (the Unknown in russian) famous. The statue was created in 1957. An almost shapeless figure with a decayed face, a huge hole in the chest and an outstretched hand clenched into a fist - a symbol expressing struggle and movement forward to victory: the artist’s creations were so bold and uncompromising that the authorities banned the exhibition of his work.


Acquired from the artist by Eric Estorick of the Grosvenor Gallery in the 1960s.
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