Realistic artwork marble Ugolino and his Sons sculpture

Realistic artwork marble Ugolino and his Sons sculpture

NO.: AKCC-128

Size: Lifesize / Custom Made Size

Material: Natural Marble / Stone / Granite

Surface: Carved

Package: Wooden Batten box

Suitable: Amusement park, Theme park, Garden, Restaurant, Playground, Public Area, Garden, Indoor & Outdoor, etc




Ugolino was a Florentine contemporary of the great poet Dante, who colluded with the Kipling Party to fight for power within the Guelph Party. starved to death. In “The Divine Comedy: Hell”, Dante was angry at his betrayal and surrendered to the enemy, but also mourned the inhuman torture he suffered. Calpo, like other Romantic artists, was attracted by this story and thought that “the theme of Ugolino and his Sons is extremely exciting and very similar to Laocoon”. The depiction is meticulous: Ugolino’s dark eyes, sunken cheek muscles, tearing mouth and hands, and tension all over his body, fully expressing his inextricable state of being devoured by remorse and despair.


The four descendants of the sculpture of Ugolino and his Sons surround him high and low, which enriches the all-round expressiveness of the work and makes the tragic atmosphere of the sculpture of Ugolino and his Sons more intensely rendered. “Ugolino and His Descendants” plays a role in linking the past and the future in the history of sculpture in France, and its art occupies a pivotal position. The art of the European classical period was a new art form that emerged after extreme poverty. The sculpture of Ugolino and his Sons had a profound impact on the development of the entire Western art later. Greek sculptors worked hard to bring their work to life, they worked hard and quickly learned to master the human anatomy, and gradually replaced the earlier “geometric” style, forming the most important laws of the human body.


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