The unfinished as an open artistic sculpture has been considered a full-fledged work of art since ancient times, among the Romans and Greeks.
Over the centuries, many famous artists, including Michelangelo and Auguste Rodin, and many others, had elevated the torso to its own genre in plastic art. In sculpture, a torso is the deliberate, plastic representation of a human body without limbs as opposed to a whole person.
The male torso, a work of art in the imperfect form, exerts a special charm and attraction on the viewer. Its mysterious aura of imperfection with its own aesthetics of a high artistic expressiveness inspires every connoisseur of art.
Don Alberto Carlos has created exactly this intention in his creation of an ideally modeled, sensual male body with youthful defined muscle packages. A successful high-quality masterpiece of bronze art.
The Bronze sculpture "male torso Can be removed from the accompanying marble base and disassembled into four (4) individual components. A creative playful variant of the artist.