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George Frideric Handel

1685 ⇦ 74 1759 

Occupation: Composer, musician, harpsichordist, organist, violinist, opera composer (until 1741), composer and impresario (until 1741)

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George Frideric Handel conducting the opera.

The statue shown in the video is a prototype and graphic representation, or 'rendering', of the sculpture. While the final physical statue may differ somewhat in chromatic appearance, it is possible to create an exact replica using materials like resin or lost-wax bronze casting.

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Creation Process

  • I start a research on the character, read the biography and search all the information and images available on the web.
  • That’s when I start to get involved, reflect and get familiar with the character.
  • That’s when I start putting on “clay” paper the ideas and every detail of the character. The pose and attitude of the model is the basic part of the statue, I look for the best composition that reproduces and eternalizes our character. Model one or more sketches with Chavant Fine Art. Sculpting Clay.

Ideas born with clay!

  • Thanks to the new technologies of digital modeling and their knowledge, I can mold and express myself with 3D in the same way as when I do it with clay.
  • I use the most modern programs on the market, I start to mold in 3D the sketch made previously molded with Chavant clay.
  • In 3D modeling I reproduce one of the most difficult things to achieve in the digital world, the look and feel of real clay sculptures. I flee from hyperrealism, I want to leave my print, my line, my personal style.
  • I have located only two portraits of Emily Dickinson: 'Amherst' and that of Emily Dickinson and Kate Scott Turner of 1859, I have been guided by the recently discovered daguerreotype, showing her as a mature woman displaying a striking presence, strength and serenity, rather than as a teenager.
  • For Emily Dickinson's dress I have taken as a reference the portrait of 'Amherst'.
  • Before finishing the statue, I make a rendering of the prototype and a graphic representation, to see how it would look in reality, then that is when I make the final modeling touches.
  • Thanks to technology, today it is possible to print sculptures made in 3D with high quality resin. With SLA printers designed for use by artists.
  • What do you think Leonardo da Vinci, the Van Eyck brothers, the Impressionist painters and the vast majority of artists would do? advance, evolve!
  • All statues are painted with the highest quality Royal Talens Rembrandt acrylic color paints and brush.
  • If the statues are not exhibited, displayed, and disseminated, what is the point of all this work?
  • I want my work to be known and, taking advantage of the rendering, I make the relevant photos and videos to insert on the website and edit the creative spots of each character.
  • All these statues, in short, are the maquettes of the statues that I would like to mold in real size 1:1 with clay and then cast them in bronze.

George Frideric Handel conducting the opera.

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“George Frideric (or Frederick) Handel ( baptised Georg Friederich Händel, German: 23 February 1685 – 14 April 1759[) was a German-British Baroque composer well known for his operas, oratorios, anthems, concerti grossi, and organ concertos. Handel received his training in Halle and worked as a composer in Hamburg and Italy before settling in London in 1712, where he spent the bulk of his career and became a naturalised British subject in 1727. He was strongly influenced both by the middle-German polyphonic choral tradition and by composers of the Italian Baroque.“    (Wiki - George Frideric Handel)

Citations consulted.

The Chandos Portrait of Georg Friedrich Händel, Circa 1720 | Formerly attributed to James Thornhill (1675–1734)
Georg Friedrich Handel, German / British composer. This Handel portrait by the British painter Thomas Hudson (1701-1779) was discovered and acquired in 1869 by the Hamburg Handel researcher Friedrich Chrysander from the descendants of Handel in Calbe (Saale). He left the painting to the Hamburg merchant Friedrich Validzow on the condition that he would transfer it to the Hamburg city library after his death, which happened in 1883. The picture hangs today in the Hamburg State and University Library., 1741 | Thomas Hudson (1701-1779)
Plate II, page XVIII, from "An Account of the Musical Performances in Westminster Abbey, and the Pantheon, May 26, 27, 29 and June 3, 5, 1784, in Commemoration of Handel" by Charles Burney showing the monument to George Frideric Handel in Westminster Abbey with the plaque recording his Commemoration, 1785 | Edward Francis Burney (1760-1848), nephew of Charles Burney and cousin of Frances Burney
Das Händel-Denkmal in Halle (Saale), Hermann Heidel,, 1859 | 
Original plaster model of a statue of Georg-Friedrich Handel by sculptor Jules Salmson (1823-1902). Commissioned by Charles Garnier for the decoration of the Paris Opera, it dates from 1874. It is the model of one of the four monumental statues of the large vestibule on the first floor of the Opera. It was executed in marble between 1887 and 1888. Preserved at La Piscine, Museum of Art and Industry (Roubaix) (inventory number: 3153-878-26).,  | Jules Salmson (1823-1902)
Handel, 1738 | Louis-François Roubiliac (1695–1762)
George Frideric Handel, 1821 | Charles Turner

Citations consulted. Mendeley

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