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Silas Seandel style Brutalist sculpture, comprising three stylized stems in mixed-metal on a vintage water pump as base.
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Reuven Rubin (Romanian/Israeli, 1893-1974) expressionist lithograph titled 'Adam and Eve' derived from the 'Visions of the Bible' (1972) portfolio.
1970s Silas Seandel Brutalist wall sculpture, of abstract form, crafted of hand-wrought mixed-metals, with enameled and gilt details.
Referring to himself as a "abstract phenomenist", the titles of Jenkins' paintings began with the term ‘Phenomena’, 1960s onward. This particular ‘Phenomena’ watercolor is highly unique in presence, the applied paint seemingly cropped, forming a neat ‘v’ shape, which stretches across the paper.
Curtis Jere wall-mounted sculpture, depicting a tree, comprised of welded and treated copper and mixed metals, it's branches depicted billowing in the wind, circa 1970s.
Alejandro Camarena (Mexican, 1942-2011) oil on canvas, titled “Nina con Jaula” (Girl with a cage)
Mid-Century Modern painted door panel with geometric abstract patterns; signed Karras.
Modern 1970s Op-art style door panel by Karras, featuring the number 2 with surrounding linear forms.
A small scale abstract sculpture in Lucite, produced circa 1970s, comprised of geometric forms, including cubes, balls and hemispheres, affixed to octagonal base.
A hand-painted and glazed ceramic sculpture depicting an orange stripped tabby cat, produced in Italy, circa 1970s for Meiselman Imports.
A circa 1970s sculpture depicting two otters playing, in hand-carved colored marble, on an attached swivel base.
A limited edition wall sculpture designed by Salvador Dali (1904-1989) and produced by Daum, as part of the collaboration between the artist and the French art glass company, lasting from 1968 until 1984. Recreating Dali’s melting clock in blue Pa?te de Verre, with gilded hour and minute hands and numbers, draped on a gilt bronze coat hanger, the overall surrealist mode and underlying theme of the piece is based on the melting pocket watches of Dali’s earlier work, and easily most famous painting 'The Persistence of Memory' (1931). Very good condition, consistent with age and use, with some minor loss of the gilded finish to the hanger, due to the glass. Includes certificate of authenticity.
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