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Artwork information

Category

Sculpture

Material

Bronze

Date

2020

Dimensions

42 cm x 35 cm x 30 cm

Signature

Signed

Proof(s) of authenticity

Sculpture sold with a certificate of authenticity issued by Claire Crétu.

State of conservation

Very good

Location

Honfleur, France

Description

The sculpture "Couple alpha" by Claire Crétu is signed behind the left ear of the upper wolf. It is numbered: "EA I/IV".

The visuals of this sculpture were taken by the French photographer Yves Maurin.

Provenance

Artist's studio in Normandy, France


FranceBorn in : 1966Emerging artistEmerging artist

A virtuoso artist, Claire Crétu transmits through her sculptures emotions that overwhelm the spectator. Most of her animal sculptures are inspired by African animals. Through the magic of her creation, the artist succeeds in her sculptures in giving an impression of life and movement to animals, symbols of freedom. 

Her creations envelop us with serenity and tenderness by revealing in each of us our sensitive part. In today's world, where most wild animals are on the verge of extinction, her art is a touching way to make people aware of this endangered animal beauty. 

The artist based in Normandy has exhibited many times at the AnimalArt Salon in Paris and Brussels. In recent years, her works have been shown at the Deauville American Film Festival.


"No matter what one may say or try to say, the essential is beyond words. My ambition is to share an emotion, a dream, a moment... Far from the obvious, I am looking for another language." Claire Crétu

Claire Crétu

FranceBorn in : 1966Emerging artistEmerging artist
Sculptor

A virtuoso artist, Claire Crétu transmits through her sculptures emotions that overwhelm the spectator. Most of her animal sculptures are inspired by African animals. Through the magic of her creation, the artist succeeds in her sculptures in giving an impression of life and movement to animals, symbols of freedom. 

Her creations envelop us with serenity and tenderness by revealing in each of us our sensitive part. In today's world, where most wild animals are on the verge of extinction, her art is a touching way to make people aware of this endangered animal beauty. 

The artist based in Normandy has exhibited many times at the AnimalArt Salon in Paris and Brussels. In recent years, her works have been shown at the Deauville American Film Festival.


"No matter what one may say or try to say, the essential is beyond words. My ambition is to share an emotion, a dream, a moment... Far from the obvious, I am looking for another language." Claire Crétu