Mozartís joyful Flute Concert No.1 in G Major is often associated with the color yellow whereas his more dour Requiem in D Minor is associated with bluish grey.
The synergy between music and colors produces a shared emotional palette that cuts across different cultures and breaks down physical barriers.
Lladro offers us its own particular symphony of colors in this creation from the High Porcelain collection.
This category contains LIadrÈís most intriguing sculptures, works whose technical and decorative complexity poses a true challenge for the brandís artists. In them,
Lladro puts all its potential at the service of creativity, without deadlines or technical limitations and with all the painstaking attention to detail required by great works.
The results are creations like Summer Symphony, able to transport us back to the nineteenth century and make us feel the magic of those gardens, open-air concerts, gowns and
moral headdresses. This piece has a strong focus on new romanticism, inviting us to
contemplate beauty in itself.
The bright red, deep blue and luminous white a. of the ladiesí dresses set the guidelines for the composition. In the symphony of colors a special mention is deserved for the embroidery and lace which, like all Lladroí creations, are painted entirely by hand. And in the background, the ladies are framed and sheltered by an arbor with vegetation entwined around it, a true test in equilibrium for Lladro artists, particularly during ?ring in the kiln.
But if there is one thing that this piece conveys above all else, then that is the sense of calm and inner peace that is transmitted in the gestures and poses of the
young ladies, who softly caress the cello, violin and lute. The same paused rhythm is to be found in the LladrÈ High Porcelain workshops, where time seems to stand still to give shape to dreams in porcelain.
ARTICLE No: 01001974
DIMENSIONS : 58x39cm
Sculptor: Marco Antonio Nogueron, Release year 2014,
Base included, Limited edition certified, Lladro Assurance included