Rape of the Sabine Women by Kurt  Tutschek

Statue by Jean de Boulogne (Giambologna) / Piazza della Signoria / Florence / Italy. More information…


  • Lenka
    Lenkaover 6 years ago

    Great treatment, you gave it a lot of depth :)

  • BlaizerB
    BlaizerBover 6 years ago

    love the vignetting great capture of a classic sculpture, cheers

  • Mel Brackstone
    Mel Brackstoneover 6 years ago

    What a beautiful capture, Kurt! I love the light and shadow here.

  • louise
    louiseover 6 years ago

    Magnificent tonality Kurt!!

  • Per E. Gunnarsen
    Per E. Gunnarsenover 6 years ago

    Great capture and treatment

  • velveteagle
    velveteagleover 6 years ago

    What a wonderful work of art.. I’m talking about both. Great capture Kurt..

  • Sean Farragher
    Sean Farragherover 6 years ago


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  • Christina Martin
    Christina Martinover 6 years ago

    Love this well done

  • RosaCobos
    RosaCobosover 6 years ago

    Precious sculpture…
    Do you remember…. "Seven Brides for Seven Brother´s "musical film?
    Tha is what it came to my mind…. that beautiful song the brothers sang.. about the Sabines and their rapteurs….
    I bet it has an archetypical sense…
    male wishes overcoming the women´s nature…
    It is shown here in a dramatic way….enjoying the artist the rapture of the flesh, the turning and violence… quite choreographed of the two personages…. desperation full of lust…and you have added a brilliant tension to the marble quality of the scene… it glows… and is dark at the same time.
    Rosa (thanks a lot for your visit to my Corridor)

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