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Roch Vandromme, On their Way, 2013


Bronze, various dimensions

Roch Vandromme (b. 1953, France)      

Camels are extraordinary animals, closely bound to the people of Qatar and life in al barr (desert). In early 2009, Roch Vandromme visited Qatar with the intention to witness, experience and study this close bond for himself. During his visit, Vandromme created sketches to capture these majestic animals’ essence and character. His intention was to portray the close relationship between humans and camels. In this sculpture, the presence of the two calves at the front represents and celebrates the continuation of this dynamic relationship.

Vandromme studied architecture at the Beaux-Arts in Paris and then attended the Studio of Sculptor Charles Gadenne. He dedicates his career to capturing snapshots of animals at peace in their natural state and gives them life in bronze sculptures.

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