Bronze sculpture details
“The girl believes herself alone at the river, where she has come to bathe and is undressing; looking forward to the refreshing dip. Suddenly, on the other bank, noises and voices – it is children, and quickly she pulls up her almost discarded clothing. From her embarrassment arises a self-conscious smile. In her bewitching posture she has no need to be ashamed of her bareness.” (Erwin A. Schinzel)
Edition in bronze, cast using the lost wax technique, chased and patinated by hand.
Erwin A. Schinzel
The sculptor Erwin A. Schinzel can look back on nearly a century of life, and has devoted three-quarters of a century to art.