P. de Lamaze

After studying at the Ecole Supérieure des Arts Appliqués et des Métiers d’Art and at the Fine Arts School in Paris, Priscilla de Lamaze premiered her work at the Grand Palais in the capital in 1978.

Her best-known theme revolves around animal representation, with a predilection for the hare captured in impossible positions, playing with positions in fleeting balance that contrast with the heaviness of bronze.

In this sculpture, on the other hand, the artist focuses on the representation of the human face that continues to be, in the poet's words, "the most fascinating landscape in the world." The set offers a range of the infinite plastic possibilities offered by the man's head, and its presentation in an egg cup reminds us of its tremendous fragility.

Exhibited Works

  • ’Eclosión identitaire’, bronze sculptures, 2016.