, ,

Futurist Locomotive Sculpture by Urano Palma 1936


Availability: 1 in stock


Author Urano Palma. Wooden sculpture depicting a Futurist machine made in 1936. Title of work Locomotive. The sculpture is made of wood carved and assembled. The work is a beautiful set of furniture that evokes the Italian Futurist period. Under the statue there is the certification of the artist. Free Shipping WorldWide. Urano Palma was born in Varese in 1936. Wandering in various Italian cities, with an ear towards the artistic avant-garde, he settled in Milan, where he had the opportunity to meet great artists including Lucio Fontana. In over fifty years of career, Urano Palma, has held exhibitions in Germany (Ulm, Monaco, Düsseldorf) in France, Spain, the United States and recently in Korea, where he is chosen, along with eight other sculptors to represent Italy at the Olympics in Seoul, with a cast iron work, which is currently in the Permanent Museum of Contemporary Art.

Height: 3.94 in. (10 cm)
 Width: 17.72 in. (45 cm)
Depth: 4.73 in. (12 cm)
Condition: Wear consistent with age and use. Slight scratches due to age and use.
Weight 1.0 kg


Shopping Cart
Scroll to Top