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The leitmotif of Andrea Roggi's works, metaphorically represented by the Tree of Life, both in its iconographic meaning and as a symbol of plant life, is depicted by taking inspiration from the natural surroundings of his atelier in Castiglion Fiorentino, made of century-old olive and cypress trees.
As human figures integrate with the plant forms, they fuse into a seamless whole imbued with a sort of "magic realism", where the diverse elements blend together creating artworks dazzling with intricate detailing and charm.
Through the iconography of the Tree of Life, Andrea Roggi communicates a sense of belonging to the native land.
- Title: Free forever, United forever 1/1
- Tecnique: Lost wax bronze & microfusion
- Size: Cm. H 160 + base