Hand-built terra cotta bust. Signed on lower rear. Published: “American Art Today, Gallery of American Art Today, New York World’s Fair.” Whalen & Goodyear, pg 201. *This sculpture was exhibited in the New York 1939 World’s Fair. h. 19” w. 12” d. 10”
“Hope,” Study for a Wall Sculpture by Robert Cronbach USA c. 1960
Brass, steel and hammered copper, created as study for a larger wall sculpture that was commissioned by the United Nations. The larger sculpture remains hung in the lobby of the general assembly hall, across from the entrance to the mediation room. Etched signature at bottom left. h. 47” w. 32” d. 9”
Studio Made Wall Vessel by Rosanne Sniderman United States 2013
Hand-built stoneware creation of abstract form. Unglazed and wood-fired to create a beautiful rustic finish. Can be used for flowers, as a candle sconce, or simply as a wall sculpture. Signed on back. h. 11.5" w. 14.5" d. 7"
"Kei" Studio-Built Bronze Table Light by Alexandre Logé, France 2014 France 2014
Sculptural light realized by seamlessly fusing 3 separate pieces of bronze into one. Gold patina applied by hand. Inset halogen socket that can also take an LED bulb. Edition of 8 with 4 AP's. Each piece is signed and numbered. h. 27" w. 12.5" d. 5"
Untitled Sculpture by William Tarr United States c. 1965
Cast bronze, column-form sculpture with applied letters, symbols and geometric shapes. *William Tarr lived and worked for most of his career in New York City and worked primarily in welded steel. This piece is typical of much of his work during that period. Signed on lower portion. h. 16.5" w. 4" d. 4"
Untitled Totem Sculpture by William Tarr United States 1962
Brutalist sculpture in Cor-ten steel with applied cylindrical forms throughout. Signed and dated, this is a rare large-scale piece by a sculptor who was best known for his massive public sculptures. Bill Tarr worked in NYC during the 1960's and 70's. He is best known for his tribute to MLK Jr. located near Lincoln Center, as well as his "Gates of the Six Million" sculpture at Washington DC's Holocaust Museum. Provenance: Private Collection, NYC. h. 50" w. 12" d. 12"
"The Anteater," Brutalist Sculpture United States c. 1965
Handmade, figural sculpture of heavy gauge sheet metal. Created by using a number of sculptural techniques, this piece has been torched, pierced, sliced, and has a lot of texture and detail. Great example of American craftsmanship. h. 17" w. 35" d. 12"
Very good original condition, with wear typical of its age. Some rusting to metal.
Large & Rare Archer Sculpture by San Polo Italy c. 1955
Handmade surrealist form in ceramic with high fire glaze in blues and whites. Wood base and brass bow form. Works by San Polo of this size and abstract theme are very rare to come by. h. 34" h2. 21" w. 28" d. 9"
Ceramic is perfect. Some scratching to wood base and great patina to metal.