The series "Tribute to
the Great Masters" is a set where Jobson Figueiredo has the honor to
visit the work of several artists and pay their respects. For Camile Claudel, there are three: "Torso", "The Valse" and "The Supplicant"; all in bronze. For Henri Matisse was created "The Dance"; made in bronze, the movement created by Matisse is revisited with volumetry in the world of three dimensions. For Marx Ernst, Jobson made "The Great Forest"; a painting that presents, in the foreground, sculptural elements in bronze. For
Claude Monet, "Boating on the River Epte", a work made in bronze with
mirrors, whose reflections influence the aesthetics of the sculpture
depending on its location. For Salvador Dalí, "Corpus Hypercubus", sculpture in resin with the crucifixion of Jesus.