“Embark on a fascinating journey into the world of bronze art at ICAS Vilas Art Gallery. Immerse yourself in a treasure trove of sculptures, vessels, figurines, and decorative objects that form our Bronze Art Collection. Whether you’re on the hunt for a specific artist or simply indulging in the visual feast through images, our collection offers a captivating glimpse into the realm of exquisite bronze craftsmanship.
Bronze art, with its diverse forms, unfolds a rich tapestry of expression. From awe-inspiring sculptures that breathe life into mythological tales to intricately designed vessels, this medium has been revered throughout history. Ancient Greece immortalized mythological figures and athletes through meticulously crafted bronze sculptures, while the Shang and Zhou dynasties in China adorned bronze vessels with intricate designs, serving both ritual and aesthetic purposes.
The European Renaissance witnessed the genius of artists like Donatello, Verrocchio, and Michelangelo, who masterfully sculpted bronze, etching the human form into eternity. In the 20th century, luminaries such as Edgar Degas, Pablo Picasso, and Henry Moore injected new life into bronze, crafting modern sculptures with abstract contours. Simultaneously, antique bronze objects continue to be cherished treasures, sought after by collectors and museums.
Bronze art thrives in the contemporary world, with artists worldwide harnessing its enduring appeal. Modern bronze sculptures grace public spaces, museums, and private collections, seamlessly blending traditional casting techniques with cutting-edge innovations like 3D printing.
At ICAS Vilas Art Gallery, our unwavering commitment to art drives us. We consistently refresh our website with emerging talents and masterpieces by internationally renowned artists. Explore the enduring allure of bronze art with us, embarking on a journey through the ever-evolving realm of artistic expression.”
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GILL PARKER, British Equestrian & Wildlife Sculptor
“Horses carry the wisdom of healing in their hearts”.
The Story of Equestrian art JOHN W. MILLS, British sculptor
The earliest known example of “Lost-wax” casting goes back to the ancient history of Egyptian Pharaohs, nearly 7,000 years ago. A process that involves hot metal poured into an Investment mould of fired clay, shaped with the help of a wax model that melted or “lost.”
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ICAS BRONZE ART EXHIBITIONS
We showcase the finest bronze collection of post-war & contemporary art by Internationally renowned British sculptor John W. Mills and introduce new emerging talented bronze artists in our ICAS collection.
All works on our websites are available for purchase. For more info, contact the gallery.
SCULPTOR TO THE NATION JOHN W. MILLS
The sensation of flight – expressing the movement of grace, athleticism, and style
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