Photographer's Note

The December 19th Square is a space that honors the history of Paraná. In the year of the centenary, in 1953, was inaugurated in the square an obelisk in granite, a panel of tiles made by Poty Lazarotto that brings on the other side a granite panel in low relief authored by Erbo Stenzel and Humberto Cozzo.

However, what stands out on the site are the large sculptures. One named the "Naked Man" authored by Stenzel and Cozzo.

Recently, another work of the same authors was added to the square, the "Naked Woman", made in concrete, but in different proportions (only 3 meters compared with the 8meters of the naked man sculpture). This sculpture symbolizes the Justice.

Ths sculture was made in 1965 to be placed in front of the Jury Tribunal, but the judges thought it an indecent assault. The sculture was kept till 1972 when was placed in the December 19th Square.


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