Hércules y el centauro Neso Drawing by Daiana San Miguel

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Art Description

Drawing: Graphite, Pencil, Black & White, Paint, Paper on Paper.

Drawing based on the sculpture of Hercules and the Centaur Neso is a great work of the sculptor Juan de Bolonia, which is located in Florence.

Giambologna is the Italianized name of Jean Boulogne (Douai 1529 - Florence 1608) was a sculptor of flamenco origin who came to Rome around 1550. He considered himself deeply Italian by spirit and education, was able to accept the lesson of Michelangelo and find the measure of mannerism.

The sculpture is characterized by a great plastic force expressed by the strong twisting, almost elastic, of the body of the Neso centaur, bent by the force of Hercules.

Made only with Pencil 4b on a paper of 240gr.


Hércules y el centauro Neso

Daiana San Miguel



Size: 27.5 W x 37 H x 0.1 in

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