‘Opera’ by celebrated British sculptor Paul Day depicts a theatre scene intricately modelled with terracotta. Signed and dated by the artist, the theatre sculpture reflects Day’s unusual artistic approach to perspective and scale for which he is much celebrated and admired. It is handmade by the artist and would have been used to create the original bronze. With such a bold terracotta colour, every small detail is emphasised, making for a highly ornate, unique artwork piece.
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The work of sculptor Paul Day is exhibited widely all over Europe and across the globe. Born in 1967, Day is an established British sculptor known for his distinguished artistic style. Specialising in detailed high-relief works, Day creates figurative sculptures in terracotta, resin and bronze. Some of his most famous works include ‘The Meeting Place’ at St. Pancras Station and the Battle of Britain Monument overlooking the River Thames, London.