Figurine La Valse Reproduction Camille Claudel
A refined and elegant statuette that will find its place in a modern and sober design, which are perfect copies of important works of art
In the nineteenth century, the waltz is the dance of couples par excellence and balls win the whole society. But Claudel does not try to tell the anecdote or a fashion phenomenon.
The partial nudity of the dancers puts them out of all temporality and pulls them towards the universal. In this sense, the artist is part of the symbolist current.