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Holy Trinity

1994

Signed

From the series Religious

1

Size

24 x 88 x 24 cm
9.45 x 35 x 9.45 in

Year

1994

Medium

Sculpture

Reference

3c0ce914

In this sculpture, Radionov embodied the idea of the Holy Trinity. According to the Bible, God in the form of three angels appeared to Abraham's wife and predicted the birth of her first child. This plot is prevalent in ancient Russian icon paintings. Radionov loves the aesthetic form of it.

Three angels are portrayed with one bowl of wine, which Sarah treated them to, not knowing about the true nature of her guests. Radionov showed the angels as refined and weightless as possible. Bronze here seems light and transparent, while sculpture plastic flows like music.

A signed certificate will be added. The number of issues is 3/5. More photos could be provided on request.

In order to transport this artwork smoothly, the artist needs to obtain an export permit for cultural value. This will takes a total of 7 working days. Also, a special wooden box will be prepared for the careful transportation of the sculpture. Please count on an average of 14 days to prepare the sculpture for shipment, due to the official formal paperwork and production of a special wooden crate for safe transport. After preparation, a special courier will deliver the sculpture from the atelier of the artist in Kyiv to your home.

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Address

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