Modern vivid stone school or yard decor Marble Statue Thinker
Marble The statue thinker, Thinker, one of the famous sculptures, is a sculpture created by French sculptor Auguste Rodin, which portrays a powerful working man immersed in extreme pain. This statue thinker work combines the profound spiritual connotation with complete characterization and embodies the basic characteristics of Rodin’s sculpture art. Statue thinker can be used as a sculpture in the park or as a decoration for the school. You can find more finished bronze The thinker sculpture from Aongking.
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The statue thinker has shaped a powerful working man. The giant was bent over, knees bent, his right hand resting his chin, and he silently watched the tragedy that happened below. With his deep gaze and the gesture of biting his fist with his lips, the statue thinker showed an extremely painful mood. He longed to sink into “absolute” meditation, trying to shrink and bend that strong body into a ball. His muscles are very tense, not only is he concentrating on thinking, but also immersed in distress. The statue thinker is a model in Rodin‘s overall work system, as well as a reflection and reflection of his magical artistic practice; it is also a testimony to Rodin’s artistic thought system that he constructed and integrated human artistic thought.
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Image analysis of statue thinker:
The statue thinker is naked, with a slightly bowed waist. The left hand is placed naturally on the left knee, the left leg supports the right arm, the right hand is taken off the sharp-lined chin statue, and the clenched fist is pressed firmly against the lips. It is very fit. At this time, his muscles are bulging nervously, revealing full lines. Although the image of the statue is still, it seems to show that he is doing high-intensity work. He has a solemn expression as if he is examining everything in the universe. The image of the statue thinker contains two opposing factors, static and dynamic. Quietness (contemplation) is temporary, and movement (the infinite energy bred in a strong physique) is absolute. The statue thinker sits still, but his look and posture give people an unstable movement as if he is about to move. Therefore, “The Thinker” cannot be understood as a negative, low-minded image. He has hands that transform the world, and he is full of energy. When people appreciate statue thinkers, they naturally think of contemporary oppressed and humiliated but powerful proletarians.