Today we highlight the 3D model of a bust of Chopin by 3D South.

Frédéric François Chopin (in Polish: Fryderyk Franciszek Chopin) was a Polish composer and pianist of Franco-Polish ancestry, born in 1810 in Żelazowa Wola Poland and died in 1849 in Paris.

After his father’s arrival in a family of Lorraine origin, after his training at the Warsaw Conservatory and beginning his career in Poland and Vienna, he chose to emigrate to France where he found his inspiration in the effervescence of the Parisian pianist world and in the memory of his battered homeland. There he meets George Sand, who will be his companion for nine years.

Recognized as one of the greatest composers of music of the romantic period, Frédéric Chopin is also one of the most famous pianists of the nineteenth century. His music is still one of the most played and remains an indispensable passage to the understanding of the universal pianistic repertoire. With Franz Liszt, he is the father of the modern technique of his instrument and his influence is at the origin of a whole line of composers such as Gabriel Fauré, Maurice Ravel, Claude Debussy, Sergei Rachmaninov or Alexander Scriabin.

Available in the following formats: Obj, Max8, Fbx, Stl.

 

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