Alicia Penalba (1913-1982)


Les Amants Multiples




118 x 58 x 28 cm

Edition of 4 + 1 E/A

Foundry: Susse Fondeur, Paris


Alicia Penalba, Malba, Buenos Aires, Argentina, cat. n° 42A


This bronze relief sculpture was conceived by Alicia Penalba in 1960 and cast in an edition of 4 + 1 E/A by Susse Fondeur, Paris.

"Les Amants Multiples" is a bronze sculpture created by Alicia Penalba in the 1960s. The title "Les Amants Multiples" translates to "Multiple Lovers" in English. Like many abstract artists, Alicia Penalba's works often evoke a range of interpretations and emotions. The specific meaning behind "Les Amants Multiples" can vary depending on the viewer's perspective and the artist's intention.

The title of this bronze relief suggests themes of love and multiplicity, which could be explored through various artistic elements such as form, composition, and symbolism. The use of bronze as a medium might contribute to the sculpture's tactile and enduring qualities, adding depth to the interpretation.


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