Hans-Peter Mader:
Sculpture "Bull", bronze
Hans-Peter Mader:
Sculpture "Bull", bronze

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limited, 199 copies | numbered | signed | hallmarked | bronze | patinated | polished | size 19 x 35 x 14 cm (h/w/d) | weight 3.7 kg

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Sculpture "Bull", bronze
Hans-Peter Mader: Sculpture "Bull", bronze

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Sculpture "Bull", bronze

Power and passion: Mader's bull

Hans-Peter Mader has been fascinated by the power and passion of the bull ever since he attended a bullfight in Madrid. For several years now, Mader has been sculpting bulls in bronze, each time alienating the bull, which "in terms of its habitus is more reminiscent of a 'boring cow with horns', into a dynamic powerhouse."
His bull combines the nimble lightness and the dynamic force of the model; it is both an image and an analytical study of the geometry of his physique.

Edition in bronze. Cast using the Lost-Wax-Process, patinated and polished by hand. Limited edition of 199 copies. Numbered, signed and hallmarked with the foundry stamp. Size 19 x 35 x 14 cm (h/w/d). Weight 3.7 kg.

About Hans-Peter Mader


Hans-Peter Mader was creatively active in many artistic fields. After graduating from the University of Architecture and Building in Weimar, the studied architect concentrated on the artistic side of this discipline: initially as an assistant and seminar leader in the corresponding department of his university, where he ensured the basic artistic training of the following generation of students. However, at the same time, he continued his own studies: sculpture and ceramics at the Berlin Weißensee School of Art.

Mader has been a freelance ceramist and sculptor since 1989. Since then, he has also worked as a restorer and landscape designer - he seemed to be attracted by whatever can be creatively shaped in some way. His focus continued to be on sculpture. In Mader's studio in Hohenfelden near Weimar in Germany, he created sculptures that have already been presented in more than 150 national and international exhibitions.