Adolfo Wildt, the Last Symbolist
his Italian sculptor elaborated a language close to the “Liberty” style. Its expression blended antiquity and the neo-gothic.
Considered as an eccentric by his contemporaries, his work is now regarded as a remarkable interpretation of the “tired and anxious” ethos of his time.
This exhibition is organized as part of the Italian season in tandem with the Dolce Vita exhibition at the Musée d’Orsay.
Tip: a combined ticket for the two venues is available for €16