Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s
Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s

Gabriel Gouttard Abstract amorphous sculpture, France 1960s

Abstract amorphous sculpture by Gabriel Gouttard (Lyon, 1927-2015), from the 1970s, France. This outstanding organic, free-form sculpture showcases an amorphous shape. It is constructed with a strong polyester core and finished with its original, structured, solid concrete surface, making it both robust and quite heavy (70 kg). Gouttard evolved his style into a unique organic language, characterized by the absence of defined shapes (from the Greek: a-morphē). Yet, organic forms can be discerned within his work. Gouttard found inspiration in Henry Moore's work, who is widely acknowledged as the pioneer of organic sculpture. Gouttard's sculptures are featured in public spaces throughout and around Lyon. The sculpture remains in excellent original condition, exhibiting a beautiful, characteristic patina.

DIMENSIONS: W 101 x D 51 x H 125 cm
PRICE: € 16.000