Eurus, 1990


Named for the Greek God of the east or southwest wind, Eurus is one of Raimondi’s most abstract sculptures. With its sensuous, feminine curves, the wind is evoked through the negative spaces that are created by the bronze, ribbon-like lines. As one of seven sculptures from around the world representing the “seven stages of life,” Eurus is the largest, at 17 feet. It stands in a sculpture garden in a suburb of Vienna.

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