"Bronze Sculpture - Wolfgang Alexander Kossuth"Patinated bronze sculpture with a base of dark walnut representing three girls lying on a tropical plant leaf. Signed on the sheet, multiple 32/80, h. 69 cm. Wolgang Alexander Kossuth was born in Pfronten, Germany in 1947. A painter, sculptor, violinist and conductor, he devoted his life to art, combining his passion for music with that of the visual arts. His works represent great personalities from the world of music, literature and dance. The human figure is always at the center of his compositions, the materials he models are marble, bronze, resin and plaster. From 1970 to 1974, he played in the orchestra of Teatro alla Scala in Milan and in 1975 he will be the director. Four years later, he decided to give up music for sculpture and took classes at the Brera Academy. Since 1981, his works have been exhibited in Italy and abroad. Several exhibitions are held at the Museo della Scala and other operas. He receives various titles, honors and awards. He died on December 30, 2009.