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Modigliani Statue - Caryatid standing nude (1912)

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About Modigliani statue - Caryatid series - Standing nude woman

This Modigliani statue replica represents a nude Caryatid woman standing and his part of a collection of 26 sculpted pieces. The original statue is made from limestone but the replica is made from resin. Modigliani shaped a collection of 26 statues, mostly heads, and two human bodies with characteristics of a Caryatid. The original statue is the highest one he has ever created and clearly shows his fascination for Oceania culture. This Modigliani statue comes with an explanation card with interesting facts and a biography the Artist life and artworks.

Technical Specifications

  • Size: 11"H x 2.5"W x 2.25"D
  • Material: resin with a yellow stone finish.
  • Weight (lbs): 2 lbs, ship wt est: 4
  • Care instruction: Dust cloth

Check out also one of Modigliani's Woman's head statue.



Amedeo Modigliani grew up in Livorno, Italy as the fourth child of a Jewish family. He was particularly close to his mother, who indulged the young kid's passion for art. By the time he was 14, she enrolled him with the best painting master in Livorno, Guglielmo Micheli. In 1906, Modigliani settled in Paris where he attended the Académie Colarossi. He found inspiration in Henri de Toulouse-Lautrec, Georges Rouault, Pablo Picasso, and particularly Paul Cezanne's work. In 1909, Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi introduced Modigliani to African sculpture and since then, this new influence impacted his art. For reinvigorating the practice of portraiture, Modigliani’s work remains one of the most significant and original of his time.


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