Polar Bear Mold
The bear is a statue by the sculptor animal François Pompon (1855-1933). Pompon opted for the simplification of the forms in his sculptures from 1905. He smoothed surfaces and rid its animal representations of all frills. When a model of the bear appeared at the Salon d'Automne in 1922, the work decided by its modernism on the sculpture inherited from the nineteenth century. The statue is located at the Musée d'Orsay since 1986.
The box contains:
1 mold Polar bear in latex
1 set of paint (Pearly blue turquoise, yellow, black, white)
1 packet of 150 g plaster
1 brush booklet
16 pages in full color. Notebook stung 140 x 165 mm portrait
Presentation and description of the work: author, dating, material, place of conservation...
The family of bears (polar, Brown Grizzly, black white, giant pandas...) Who are, where are they?
François Pompon (1855-1933), biography, other works, where to see them?
At the time of the colonies and the expos, the diversity of wildlife, zoos, the menageries.
The techniques of the sculptor, the choice of stone, the direct cutting tools. The final Polish.
Operating instructions to Mako-moulage, step by step.
Polish and/or 'customize' his bear, ideas to reuse the mold.
- Dimensions :
- Boîte: 15 x 18 x 8 cm
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- Publishers :
- Mako, Les éditions Rmn-Grand Palais