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Carl Milles

(Ruotsi, 1875-1955)
Carl Milles, "Paulus bländas" (St. Paul on the road to Damascus).
Carl Milles, "Paulus bländas" (St. Paul on the road to Damascus).
Carl Milles, "Paulus bländas" (St. Paul on the road to Damascus).
Carl Milles, "Paulus bländas" (St. Paul on the road to Damascus).
Carl Milles, "Paulus bländas" (St. Paul on the road to Damascus).
Carl Milles, "Paulus bländas" (St. Paul on the road to Damascus).
Carl Milles, "Paulus bländas" (St. Paul on the road to Damascus).
Carl Milles, "Paulus bländas" (St. Paul on the road to Damascus).

"Paulus bländas" (St. Paul on the road to Damascus)

Signed Carl Milles. Numbered no 1 and dated 1949. The motif conceived 1926. Foundry mark Herman Bergman Fud. Bronze, green patina. Height 101 cm.

Jälleenmyyntikorvaus: Kyllä
Lähtöhinta: 

500 000 - 600 000 SEK

47 200 - 56 600 EUR

48 500 - 58 100 USD

Vasarahinta: 
540 000 SEK
Kirjallisuus

M.P. Verneuil,m "Carl Milles, Sculpteur Suédois", 1929, II, The motif ill. Pl. 100-101.
Alfred Westholm, "Milles: en bok om Carl Milles konst", 1950, p. 56, ill. catalogue no 47.
Henrik Cornell, "Carl Milles - hans verk", SAK, 1957, The motif mentioned at p. 68-70 and listed in the artists works at p. 254 under 1926-1927.
Henrik Cornell, "Milles skönhetsvärld", 1957, nr 19, the motif ill. full page, catalogue no 19.
Erik Näslund, "Carl Milles - en biografi", 1991. The motif listed in the artist works at p. 336.

Muut tiedot

The motive is St. Paul's conversion when he was hit by a powerful beam of light on his way to Damascus, dazzled and fell from the horse. The dramatic story of when he sees Christ and his Christian conversion is told in Acts of the Apostles.
Carl Milles' sculpture "St Paul on the road to Damascus" is a sketch of a never-made monument. At this time he was also working on the great well Folkungabrunnen in Linköping and the are similarities between the two. Milles worked with variants on the theme with the man on the horse. Like Folke Filbyter, "St Paul" is also characterized by a contrasting movement, here even more violent and more expressive which runs through the entire sculpture. Milles showed what a master he was at creating a moment and force. When he worked on the horse motifs in the 1920s, he borrowed features from historical equestrian depictions but did so in his own expressive way. He managed to create a strong movement and balance at the same time. The "Flying Horse" is another example where the animal and the movement itself becomes central.
The sculptor Carl Milles dominated Swedish art life for much of the 20th century. He received several orders for monumental public works of art which are located primarily in Sweden and the United States.

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