Statue in Constanta
by Cristian Cezar
Ion Jalea is one of the most famous Romanian sculptors. During World War One, Ion Jalea was part of the Romanian Army and fought in a series of battles. He was severely wounded and lost his left arm that had to be amputated next to the shoulder. After recuperating, despite being an amputee, he continued to dedicate his life to sculpture, as he did before. He became a well-known sculptor by working with his right arm only, and his greatest achievements were after he lost his arm. This picture is made from 756 images blended in by RealityCapture.
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