Jürgen Götze:
Sculpture "Hans in Luck"
Jürgen Götze:
Sculpture "Hans in Luck"

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ars mundi Exclusive Edition | cast metal | bronzed | signed | size 10.5 x 18 x 10 cm (w/h/d) | weight 2.3 kg

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Sculpture "Hans in Luck"
Jürgen Götze: Sculpture "Hans in Luck"

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Sculpture "Hans in Luck"

"Hans in Luck" is the symbol of positive thinking: He makes the best out of every exchange, out of every situation and thus lives life with the utmost satisfaction. You, too, can enjoy only the best parts of life - with the sculpture by Jürgen Götze.

Puss in Boots, Hans in Luck, Baron Munchhausen... Since our childhood, when we heard fairy tales and stories for the first time, each of us has carried a precise image of these figures in our minds. That is also the case for artists, including sculptors. They create a sculptural item of your version of these childhood companions on our behalf. We cast the filigree models of their childhood images in a complex process - these sculpture models are available exclusively from ars mundi.

Sculpture in cast metal with a bronzed surface, signed by the artist. Size 10,5 x 18 x 10 cm (w/h/d). Weight 2,3 kg.

About Jürgen Götze

Born in 1964, porcelain modeller and "Sculpteur".

The sculptor Jürgen Götze, born in Coburg, Germany, in 1964, prefers to refer to himself with the French word "sculpteur" rather than a sculptor. For 15 years he was a modeller at one of Germany's leading porcelain manufactories. In addition, he created numerous works based on his designs, inspired by his studies of Expressionism and Art Nouveau.

Since 1999 Götze has been working as a freelance artist in his workshop in Moggenbrunn. In April 2006, Bavarian Television reported from the artist's studio as part of the series "Faszination Kunst" (eng.: "Fascination Art"). Jürgen Götze exhibits his works at national and international exhibitions, including at ART Innsbruck in 2013.

The artist's special devotion is to figurative sculpture. His works, inspired by the examination of natural forms, are characterised by an emphasis on expansive forms in a clear language of lines.

The female nude, which the artist portrays in the tension area between abstraction and eroticism, is a "supreme discipline" for sculptors. There are numerous precursors from antiquity to the present. To work on the theme using your style is a great challenge. Jürgen Götze accepts the challenge: on the one hand, he faces up to the long tradition, but on the other hand, he orients himself to forms of expression of modernity that have shaped him as an artist. The result is an expressive depiction of the modern, self-confident woman.