"The Blue Violinist" - After Marc Chagall (1887 - 1985, Russian/French) Patinated and Enameled Bronze Sculpture. Inspired by Chagall's Paintings, "The Green Violinist" and "The Blue Violinist." This statue is approximately 30 inches tall and was created using the "lost wax method." Inscribed with the names of both the creator of the image, Chagall, and the sculptor Castano, the piece also has a copyright stamp and date. It is from a limited edition and this piece is numbered 25 of 100. There is a name plate on the beautiful rounded base, (most editions stand on a rectangular base.) The round base is more unique. Mexican sculptor, Castano, (born Guillermo Castano Ramirez) casts his own sculptures in bronze, using the "lost wax" process and creates his own patinas. Castano has also created sculptures inspired by the work of other Master Artists such as Pablo Picasso and Salvador Dali.