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Boccioni figurine - Unique Forms Of Continuity in the Space

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The Boccioni statue

This Umberto Boccioni statue is a wonderful replica of artist's original bronze sculpture. It embraces the Italian Futurists' interest in dynamism.
Unique Forms Of Continuity in Space is an icon of early modern art and reflects Boccioni approach to life, as a futurist, which was lively, dynamic and future-oriented. It has a dynamic sci-fi appearance that could have spawned many ideas for future science fiction authors and writers.
This meticulously reproduced collectible artwork is part of the 3D Parastone Museum Collection.

Technical Specifications

  • Size: 8 x 6 x 1
  • Material: Resin with hand-painted color details


Boccioni was born in Reggio di Calabria (Italy) in 1882, and left for Rome when he was only 18 years old. Painter Giacomo Balla taught him the neo-impressionist technique of divisionism: the dynamic use of elementary colors. In 1910, he met the spiritual father of futurism, the writer Marinetti. He felt drawn to this young, revolutionary movement that advocated a positive belief in permanent innovation. In 1912, Boccioni wrote the 'Manifesto technico della scultura futuristica'. He advocated experimenting with the simultaneous use of different materials in dynamic forms, with a focus on the "abstract reconstruction and not the figurative, form-determining meaning of planes and volumes". This allowed him to become an influential Italian painter and sculptor, as he helped shape the revolutionary aesthetic of the Futurism movement as one of its principal figures. In 1915, when Italy became embroiled in the First World War, the patriotic futurists, including Boccioni, joined the army as volunteers. They regarded the Italian involvement first and foremost as the last step towards national unification. Military life did not match the expectations of the highly motivated Boccioni at all. He wrote to a friend, "I will leave this kind of life with the greatest contempt for everything that is not art.... Compared to art, all other things represent nothing more than messing around, a rut, patience and memories". Five days after writing these words Boccioni died after having fallen from his horse, at age 33.


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