Infant Girl Air and Metal in bronze by the sculptor Miguel Guía. Using Velázquez as an excuse, the artist becomes master of the tools that his understanding of cubism provides him with. Simplifying the shapes and spaces, while wrapping the outline, in planes and lines of his desire. This way he creates the forms, taking us to the painting of Velázquez at a glance. Once they asked Dalí “what would you save from the Prado Museum if it burned down and could only save one thing,” he answered … the air and space that exists within the painting of Velázquez’s Meninas. Miguel Guía became inspired by that statement ending up creating the artwork and its name.

Among the sculptural languages of the author, is this Cubist Abstraction of Miguel Guia called Big Infant Girl Air and Metal is a perfect choice for your private collection. If, as a collector, you wish to invest in art due to its revaluation over time, this highly valued sculpture is currently being exhibited at art galleries. It belongs to a limited, original and numbered collection that the artist offers to you for a limited time. Once the edition is sold out, no more works will be produced.

Merchants and gallery owners count on the guarantee of an exclusive, quality and unique work that collectors, as well as subsequent generations and/or heirs, can enjoy.

  • Height 15.7 inches
  • Length 8.3 inches
  • Width 14.6 inches
  • Weight 17.6 lbs
  • Finish Green rusty bronze
  • Material The sculpture is made of a layer of bronze on cold smelting of copper with the base of graphite or marble dust.