The year 1913 a wonderful bronze sculpture of a mermaid was created in Langeline, Copenhagen. Edvard Eriksen made this magnificent sculpture as a request to Carl Jacobsen, because he wanted to give something to the people of Copenhagen. Edvard made the statue renaissance.
In 1909, Carl Jacobsen founder of Carl’s berg beer attended Hans Becks and Fini He4nriques ballet The Little Mermaid. Which is based on Hans Christian fairy tale by the same name. Deeply impressed, Carl Jacobsen asked Danish sculptor Edvard Eriksen to create a sculpture. He use classical and historical figures as decoration in the city parks and public areas. The sculpture Edvard Eriksen created the bronze statue, and the statue’s head was modeled after price, but as ballerina did not agree to model in the nude, the sculpture wife, Elme Eriksen was used for the body.
Edvard Eriksen, utilizes the Elements of design by making I look as a real mermaid. It has the shape, space, and form of the sculpture. He made the elements of design combine into one word that describes all of the elements. The principles of design are used by helping the sculptor utilize its elements. Also, he made the sculpture balance on the rock. It has the unity of the statue working together. Edvard had a lot of talent to make his statue a transition, repetition, and emphasis the body work.
The elements and principles interact to create the composition as a whole of the little mermaid. The principles make it outstand the beauty of Langeline, Copenhagen. The elements of design make the sculptor look as it would have been a real life mermaid in Langeline, Copenhagen. It has made the sculptor into one wonderful statue. It has made Copenhagen look more beautiful than it was before. The principles made the sculpture more reliable on her instead of Langeline, Copenhagen. It has made her surroundings look more intense than it suppose to be.
I believe that Edvard Eriksen had talented hands for making the little...
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