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Meloniski da Villacidro Kinetic Sculpture in Wood and Brass


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A splendid 1980s sculpture designed and produced by the great painter Meloniski from Villacidro.
The painter Meloniski was born in Villacidro in 1943.
Completely self-taught, the Sardinian artist moved to Paris in 1969, then to Milan. He currently lives and works in the Lodi area, where Meloniski devotes himself mainly to sculpture in marble, bronze and wood, alongside painting and ceramics. One cannot separate the Meloniski artist from the Meloniski craftsman. The artist ferments his imagery, polarising its integral symbolism; equally, the craftsman controls the primal elements inherent in the material.
Close to organic drives, to the instincts of tactility, Meloniski has developed the three tracks of his research: sculpture, ceramics and painting.
His sculpture was the knowledge of stone, wood and metal (the three elements of the earth).
In this case, it is a kinetic sculpture with a round silver-plated metal base at the centre of which is a slender shaft that supports the actual body of the statue. This has an elongated shape, reminiscent of a leaf, the base of which is made of a light-coloured, very resistant wood. The following is made of brass, with some wear and tear from time. Centrally, we see strings springing up, creating an attractive geometric play.
The sculpture is suitable for collectors.


Height: 33,5 cm (13.18 in.)

Width: 45 cm (17.71 in.)

Depth: 10 cm (3.93 in.)


The sculpture is in good and original vintage condition, slight scratches and light wear consistent with its time and use.
Being a VINTAGE item it is possible that it will bear some scratches or defects.

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