The work of Eugène Dodeigne (1923-2015) is marked by a noteworthy sense of unity. Through his relationship with Constantin Brancusi, very early in his career, the sculptor manifested the will to express the energy of stone, and more particularly the underlying balance between surface and volume. Focusing on this aspect, he created sculptures with expressive and uncompromising figuration. Because of its raw aesthetic and its sacral aspect, Untitled (1997) might evoke a funerary monument from a lost civilization, a haunting and timeless symbol of strength.