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A mid-1930s aluminum cast machine age sculpture, unsigned. Original rough finish with original painted wood base.
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An Italian ceramic mural by F. Tanciullacci of 3 cubist women at a cocktail part, signed
1960s mid-century modern era bust of a child’s head, in the manner of Dorothy Thorpe, in transparent pink cast resin.
Large oil on canvas painting by renowned artist George Earl of a St. Bernard named “Tell”. This is one in a series of dog paintings done by the artist. Listed in William Secord’s book “Dog Painting: The European Breeds”. The elaborate frame is finished in gold leaf.
An elegant modernist sculpture of a robed standing female, carved in unstained wood, and attributed to Albert Wein (American, 1915-1991).
A unique and ambitious rendering of a pair of Futurist styled male and female sculptures, circa 1970’s.
A Abstract Expressionist bronze sculpture created circa 1960's by Greece-born New York artist George Koras (b. 1925), depicting an abstracted figure of a woman reading.
This pair of plaques depicting a man and woman from the 18th century are hand painted.
A Brutalist abstract sculpture in iron on a wooden base in the style of artist Louise Bourgeois.
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 chrome mid-century car bumper sculpture mounted on wood cube base.
Modern abstract floor sculpture, circa 1970s, in the style of architect George Nakashima, of live-edge and carved wood.
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