"This bronze sculpture is inspired by one of the tanagras on permanent display at the Louvre. Tanagras, so called in the 19th century, actually date back to 600 years BC, but were created in large numbers mainly between the 5th and 4th centuries BC, in Greece and more particularly in Boeotia. These were very small domestic sculptures, made of terracotta, very finely carved representing children and young women. Then, they were reproduced in large numbers by moulding them, always in clay. I find the movement and grace of these sculptures so modest, so small, often only carved/moulded on the front, absolutely magnificent in their grace, elegance and simplicity, I myself created a relatively large sculpture of a woman focused on her inner dance, taking with her our shredded earth." - manual
Fixed on a varnished wooden base, the whole sculpture is made of bronze except the globe on the right hand. This part is done in a mixed technique.
Height 51 cm, width 28 cm, depth 21 cm.