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HEIGHT: 29.5 in (75 cm) WIDTH: 15.5 in (39 cm) DEPTH: 7.5 in (19 cm)
Carved and Polished Stone
Mid 20th Century
Signed Streamline Moderne 1930s figural sculpture in plaster by Anton Pavlos, depicting a couple skiing down an incline.
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An antique Japanese bronze sculpture of a horse. The piece dates from the Meiji Period.
A mid-19th century Meiji period Japanese bronze sculpture represents a ferocious tiger and serpent, engaged in deadly combat.
An artfully modern Lucite sculpture of a horse head, fixed atop an illuminating pedestal, circa 1970-1980.
This abstract sculpture from late 20th century is crafted from bronze and marble and features a large pedestal base. Signed 'Know LKS'.
A Brutalist bird sculpture with elongated beak, and brass feathers made by Maison Jansen, circa 1960.
A Brutalist copper-toned iron sculpture by Mathias Goeritz. Mathias was born in Germany in 1915. He studied Art History and Philosophy in Berlin and from 1940-45 taught in Morocco. After WW2 he returned to Europe, living in spain until he and his wife emigrated to Mexico in 1949, where they would live for the remainder of their lives. In Mexico he continued his sculpting, painting and teaching and also collaborated with architects. He died in Mexico City in 1990.
A Mid-Century Modern sculpted marble statue depicting a ram's head.
A pair of Art Deco bronze cast sculptures of Chinese men with fans. Dark bronze patina, unsigned. Possibly elements of a banister
A finely-cast large Japanese Meiji-period bronze sculpture of a sea-hawk with stretched-out wings, made in the 1860s
An original wooden sculpture depicting Hollywood icons Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers by American artist Donn Russell. The piece is titled "Miss the Next Step, Ginger, and You're Out of the Picture". Donn Russell was born in Boston in 1929 and would go on to attend the Boston Museum School, the Pratt Institute, the School of visual Design and the Art Students League in New York. His first public acclaim was winning the top award at a National Academy of Design Annual and would be followed by numerous other awards and recognitions. His work has been exhibited throughout the world and has been featured in many art and architecture publications, as well as appearing as illustrations in various periodicals like Life, The New Yorker and Fortune.
A 1940s Modernist sculptural "machine" with clear Lucite gears and case on a metal base.
Brutalist wall sculpture by Curtis Jere comes in sheets of patinated brass, soldered and formed into the shape of a butterfly.
A sculptural weeping willow, hand soldered in mixed metal by artist Brian Bijan circa 1960-1970, features bronze tree form with copper branches and brass drops, on a raw quartz stone base.
A detailed bronze sculpture by Frederic Remington, titled "Norther" and depicting a man on a horse braving winter weather, signed and placed on a marble base.
A Brutalist Mediterranean metal village with enameled brightly colored patio umbrellas designed by Curtis Jere, circa 1970s.
Gracefully abstract sculpture, composed of carved, frosted and textured Lucite, sits atop an illuminating metallic toned pedestal, circa 1970-1980.
A bronze sculpture of a stylized reclining female torso by celebrated French-born American modernist sculptor Gaston Lachaise (1882-1935)
An antique bronze Japanese sculpture of a tiger, signed, on a carved wood base.
An abstract creation produced circa 1960s, signed 'Sammy', the wall sculpture handcrafted of patinated brass.
European 1940s bronze sculpture as a fountain, depicting a coiled snake.
The artistic career of sculptor Lilian Swann Saarinen (1912-1995) began with her studies at the NYC Art Students League in 1928, followed by the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan 1936 to 1940. She would live much of her adult life in Massachusetts, as well as Europe, teaching at the Pratt Institute, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, as well as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge. Saarinen also participated in a Red Cross rehabilitation program, teaching soldiers ceramic sculpture. Much of the artist's inspiration came from animals and nature; one of her best known works, entitled 'Night', exhibited at the World's Fair in 1939, which depicts the panther Bagheera from Rudyard Kipling's 'Jungle Book', was later set in the Boston Public Garden in 1986. Amongst many projects and commissions for public sculpture and reliefs, often working alongside her husband, architect Eero Saarinen, she designed the 'Screaming Eagle' sculpture for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, as well as producing reliefs for the WPA. Saarinen's broad range within the cultural arts also extended to the literary field, when in 1935 she illustrated 'Picture Book Zoo', followed by the publication of her 1946 children's book 'Who am I?' This engaging bronze sculpture, created by Saarinen circa 1939, depicts a beautifully detailed woman playing the accordion; her stance, leaning back and slightly contrapposto beneath the weight of the accordion, right foot peeking out from her long pleated dress, implicates movement and musical sound, as she handles the extending instrument, moving fingers hands along the keys. Markings include the artist's signature [Lillian Swann] and [Roman Bronze Works]. This piece is in overall good condition, with some wear on wood base.
Edmund Gomanski's Jugendstil sculpture of Isadora Duncan in bronze depicting the infamous dancer posed for a dance in the nude with only a sheer scarf around her bust.
This modern ceramic sculpture of a grinning fat cat derives much inspiration from artist Fernando Botero (b. 1932), best known for portraying heavy-set figures and animals in his works of art. The sculpture's clean lines and minimal details marries well with the smooth matte glazed surface. Markings include signature and impressed stamp (albeit indiscernible) to the lower back of the cat. Despite minor presence of wear, including chips and scuffs to the surface, this piece remains in good overall condition.
A monumental abstract style wall sculpture of a New York City fire escape scene with pigeons, flower pots, and hanging laundry signed C. Jere.
Bronze torso cast by renowned French sculptor Aristide Maillol circa 1960's. The sculpture is signed at the the base A.Maillol.
Wall sculpture in the Brutalist manner, signed (illegibly) and dated 1975, of abstract form, crafted of mixed metals.
Bronze Antique Burmese (Myanamar) Sculpture of Bell Ringers. Good vintage condition with age appropriate patina
This copper sunburst wall sculpture is inspired by Curtis Jere designs.
A vintage copper sunburst wall-mounted sculpture made in the 1970's by Curtis Jere.
A mid-1930s aluminum cast machine age sculpture, unsigned. Original rough finish with original painted wood base.
Surrealist abstract patinated bronze sculpture in the manner of Wifredo Lam or Yves Tanguy.
A Mid-century abstract sculpture in textured bronze, created circa 1960's by D. Angelo, on a black marble base, signed.
A carved wood sculpture of multiple interconnected feet, carved by Jose de Creeft around the 1930s-1940s in the Mexican School Style.
A late 20th-century Brutalist mixed metal wall sculpture in a sunburst design inspired by Curtis Jere.
Sailboat sculpture made in brass. Great modern nautical design signed C. Jere 1976.
Salavetti disc pendant in 18k white gold.
A Modernist cased glass hand-blown blue-green vase. Label on the side. In great vintage condition.
An abstract painting by mid-century artist John Seery, “Drawl”; acrylic on canvas,1975, signed on back.
A rare huge clay Lucky Cat, produced in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1868) - Ca. 1820.
An antique Louis XIV style console table in untreated wood.
A faux bamboo bench in polished brass. Produced during the 1960s in the Hollywood Regency style.
A trio of 18K yellow gold stacking rings by Black, Starr & Frost. Rings are set with cabochon amethyst and pink/green tourmaline. Weight: 20.40g Each ring 5mm at widest; 16mm wide when stacked.
A French Art Deco carved and ebonized wood figural cigarette and tobacco humidor vessel in shape of an elephant, with chrome detailing.
Figurative gilt bronze timepiece by Max Blondat in the French art nouveau style. Inscribed with the artist's name "Max Blondat" and from the Valsuani foundry.
A mid-20th century Bjorn Wiinblad needlepoint depicting a muscian, under glass in a brass frame.
A vintage modernist chandelier in brass.
Mid-Century 1950s Italian lamp in blue Murano glass by Seguso for Marbro Lamp Company
Hammerman Brothers brooch in 18k yellow gold and platinum.
A pair of modernist Art Deco 'Woofle Bird' table lamps designed in 1929.
Italian neo-classical carved olive wood sculpture depicting the head of Paris, made around 1810, after Italian artist Antonio Canova.
A pair of Barcelona chairs dating from ca.1970.
A pair of French lounge chairs by French designer Pierre Paulin, in their original pink fabric, circa 1970.
Organic Modern inspired amethyst on stepped silver plate base.
Arne Jacobsen mid-century modern Swan Chair designed by Fritz Hansen for Knoll recently reupholstered in bright pink.
Giacometti table lamps in a matte white finish.
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