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Capodimonte Tramp on Bench Figurine by Volta

Capodimonte Tramp on Bench Figurine by Volta

Regular price £320.00 GBP
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The "Capodimonte Tramp on Bench" refers to a specific type of porcelain figurine made in the Capodimonte style. This figurine typically portrays a scene of a homeless or destitute person, often referred to as a "tramp" or "beggar," sitting or lying on a bench. This type of figurine is known for its detailed and sometimes poignant representation of a struggling individual.

The Capodimonte Tramp on Bench figurines capture a sense of realism and emotion, depicting the challenges faced by those less fortunate. These figurines are often characterized by their intricate sculpting, delicate painting, and attention to detail, reflecting the artistic craftsmanship for which Capodimonte is known.

While these figurines might be seen as somewhat controversial or sentimental due to their subject matter, they are a reflection of the historical and social context in which they were created. Such figurines were popular during the 19th and early 20th centuries when the depiction of everyday life, including both joy and struggle, was a common theme in art.