Dolko: l'odyssée de l'esclave (Dolko, #1) by Jean-Paul Tapie
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Dolko: l'odyssée de l'esclave
Public domain Public domain false false. The iconographical theme of the figures remains a mystery with few clues beyond the figure of a monkey which is roughed out beside the dying slave. Art historians have theorized that they symbolize everything from the subjugated provinces, to the Arts, reduced to slavery by the the Pope's death, to enslaved passions, or the human soul, burdened by the body. Likewise, it remains a mystery as to why Michelangelo left the pieces unfinished.
The grain of the marble on the Rebellious Slave's face and the thinness of the base beneath the figures' lower feet leave no doubt that they were in fact abandoned. However, non-finito was a recurrent theme with Michelangelo, who would abandon works when he realized he could not attain his ideal. Wally Gobetz By: Wally Gobetz.
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