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Italian pair of Chinese foo dogs in majolica, produced in the Hollywood Regency period.
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An illuminated wall sculpture by Frederick Weinberg, produced circa 1950s, referred to as 'Swing Time', depicting two dancers in cream colored fiberglass against plaster base. Markings include original label to the reverse.
Pair of mid-century era Italian guacamaya parrots in majolica, produced circa 1950s.
A pair of vintage 1950'sItalian ceramic sculptures depicting two "sage"like figures in yellow robes. They are by Marcello Fantoni and are signed under the base.
Venetian glass artist Alfredo Barbini created this Murano glass sculpture circa 1950s, depicting three soft pink birds, each decorated with 'bullicante' controlled bubbles, perched on a winding branch, with gold infusion.
John Konstantin Hansegger oil painting of a rooster; c 1950’s.
Murano glass sculpture of a boy in a turban, standing on a base, hand-blown in multicolored glass, with the inclusion of gold flecks. Signed ‘Gino Cenedese’ on the bottom.
These silkscreens are signed and numbered.
Produced circa 1960s An Italian lifesize sculpture of a pug in glazed terracotta, painted with intricate mottled details.
A vintage circa 1950's Venetian handblown glass sculpture of pheasant, produced on the isle of Murano, in pale blue, decorated with flecks of gold leaf.
Likely produced, circa 1950s, this expressionist, mixed-media piece by Italian artist Remo Farruggio, is a bold and beautiful depiction of a nude woman in a hat, highlighted by multi-toned flashes of red, green, blue and brown.
Raised in Lithuania, Kovarsky was educated in Paris and Palestine. The product of a religious family, he later moved to Safad, the ancient cradle of Jewish mysticism and Kabbalah, before settling in New York City in 1951. He entered the American post-war scene, where he was generally understood as an Israeli artist and included in the Boston Institute for Contemporary Art’s ‘Seven Painters of Israel’, which was billed as “the first full-scale manifestation of contemporary Israeli painting.” Shortly after a warm reception at the Boston Institute for Contemporary Art, Kovarsky was honored with a solo exhibit at the Jewish Museum. In his day, the renowned Poindexter Gallery in Manhattan represented him. This modernist figure study, produced circa 1950s, depicts a portrait of a long necked figure, rendered in the abstract Expressionist style. Markings include the artist's signature [Y. Kovarsky] to the bottom right corner of the canvas. The painting is in overall very good condition, consistent with age; giltwood frame comes included, some minor wear to corners.
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