Weathered Bronze—The Crocodile And The Serpent #1
Posted in: Public Art
Tags: isolated from background | manipulated | animal | portrait | statue | black & white | square format
Contemporary photographic rendition of a bronze statue by Belgian sculptor Emile Namur (1852–1908): Le Crocodile et le Serpent (The Crocodile and the Serpent). Created circa 1894–1898, it represents a crocodile fighting a large serpent. The statue is part of an installation at the Jardin Botanique de Bruxelles in Belgium.
In this photo artwork the background is removed to focus on the elegance and craftsmanship of the statue, and a high contrast treatment highlights the unique bronze decay pattern. The photograph is recomposed into a white square space to give the artwork a very contemporary look, in contrast to the statue that was created at the end of the 19th century. (September 2015)
Part of my “Weathered Bronze Statues” series.
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