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The four cherub's wings - Night
This unique suspended light was first designed and handcrafted for the XIVth century collegiate church of Bueil-en-Touraine (France) by Natacha MONDON and Eric PIERRE in 2008. It was awarded numerous prizes.

Four cherub’s wings, made of kiln formed glass, are suspended in a revolving movement around a central light coming from above.

This formal transposition of St. Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologiae, and his poetic equivalent found in Dante’s Divine Comedy, shows the Angelic Choirs around the Throne of God.

Four of them were initially made for the collegiate church. This one is our carefully handcrafted prototype.

Characteristics :
-  Diameter : 1m45 / 4.8 feet
- Height : 2m50 / 8.2 feet
- Weight : 40 Kg / 88 pounds
- LED lighting included (230 V AC)

Due to the particular characteristics of this artwork, please join us through Saatchi Art before ordering, in order to setup shipping and installation mode. We can install it by ourselves if needed.

Craddle size for shipping :
H0m40 x L2m50 x P1m50 / 1.3 feet x 8.2 feet x 5 feet
Weight : 100 Kg / 220 pounds

This shows both on Natacha MONDON and Eric PIERRE pages, here at Saatchi Art.
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The four cherub's wings - Day
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Angels of Bueil

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Angels of Bueil Sculpture

Natacha MONDON

France

Sculpture, Glass on Steel

Size: 57.1 W x 98.4 H x 57.1 D in

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About The Artwork

This unique suspended light was first designed and handcrafted for the XIVth century collegiate church of Bueil-en-Touraine (France) by Natacha MONDON and Eric PIERRE in 2008. It was awarded numerous prizes. Four cherub’s wings, made of kiln formed glass, are suspended in a revolving movement around a central light coming from above. This formal transposition of St. Thomas Aquinas Summa Theologiae, and his poetic equivalent found in Dante’s Divine Comedy, shows the Angelic Choirs around the Throne of God. Four of them were initially made for the collegiate church. This one is our carefully handcrafted prototype. Characteristics : - Diameter : 1m45 / 4.8 feet - Height : 2m50 / 8.2 feet - Weight : 40 Kg / 88 pounds - LED lighting included (230 V AC) Due to the particular characteristics of this artwork, please join us through Saatchi Art before ordering, in order to setup shipping and installation mode. We can install it by ourselves if needed. Craddle size for shipping : H0m40 x L2m50 x P1m50 / 1.3 feet x 8.2 feet x 5 feet Weight : 100 Kg / 220 pounds This shows both on Natacha MONDON and Eric PIERRE pages, here at Saatchi Art.

Details & Dimensions

Sculpture:Glass on Steel

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:57.1 W x 98.4 H x 57.1 D in

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Delivery Time:Typically 5-7 business days for domestic shipments, 10-14 business days for international shipments.

The French sculptor Natacha MONDON was born in 1968. She studied at the Ecole Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris. She has been practicing sculpture since the age of fifteen through a great variety of materials, like bronze, glass and terracotta. Made with sensitivity and emotions her sculptures bind together formal achievement with the strengh of powerful spirit. She collaborates regularly at Daum Art Editions, where her glass artwork is sold internationally. With her husband, Eric PIERRE, she became famous for their unique contemporary glass luminaries designed for heritage monuments. These commissioned arts were rewarded with numerous prizes.

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