Christoph Fischer:
Sculpture "The Great Hope" (2022), brown bronze version
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Christoph Fischer:
Sculpture "The Great Hope" (2022), brown bronze version
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ars mundi Exclusive Edition | limited, 199 copies | numbered | monogrammed | hallmarked | certificate | bronze | chased | patinated | size approx. 16.5 x 5.5 x 9.5 cm (h/w/d) | weight approx. 1.7 kg

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Sculpture "The Great Hope" (2022), brown bronze version
Christoph Fischer: Sculpture "The Great Hope" (2022), bro...

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Sculpture "The Great Hope" (2022), brown bronze version

Christoph Fischer's "The Great Hope" has already reached solid ground again and is wading ashore. And he is carrying an oversized fish - a lucky catch, a successful day. And also: the fulfilment of hope.

Sculpture in fine bronze, cast using the Lost-Wax-Process, chiselled and brown patinated by hand. Taken directly from the original. Limited edition of 199 copies, numbered, monogrammed and hallmarked with the foundry and ars mundi stamp. With numbered certificate of authenticity and limitation. Size approx. 16.5 x 5.5 x 9.5 cm (w/h/d). Weight approx. 1.7 kg. ars mundi Exclusive Edition.

Portrait of the artist Christoph Fischer

About Christoph Fischer

The sculptor Christoph Fischer was born in 1956 in Mayen in the Eifel region, where he received his first sculptural inspiration and lessons. Academically, his first path led him - geographically obvious - to Cologne, where he studied at the Fachschule für Kunst und Design under Karl Burggraf. Soon, however, he went to Bremen. Here, he was a student of Bernd Altenstein from 1982 to 1992 - and it was more than just a change of location.

Maritime themes became the artist's trademark, and his works were frequently represented in public spaces. The young sculptor, who had already been interested in depicting animals, developed a passion for boats and fish. The boat - a metaphor of transition - and the animal continue to be important to Fischer, who now lives and works in Worpswede, Germany.

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