Like the personality of the master, his artistic expression could not be harnessed. Two dimensions may be enough, but it is only by adding a third one that an artwork crosses the world of the observer. This dimensional volume can be given to a painting by the brushstrokes, the decorations but also by the force of dragging the viewer with emotion. Sculpture was invented precisely to explore this depth. These works of the Maestro are objects of art that can populate the spaces of everyday life giving them a touch of exclusivity.