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American Brutalist brass hot air balloon sculpture designed by John Demott (American, 20th century) during the 1970s, mounted on a slab of polished onyx and signed in one corner "Demott."
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American Brutalist sculpted bronze coffee or cocktail table created by Paul Evans Studio, initialed and dated 70 on the base.
Framed abstract style acrylic on paper portrait titled 'Blue Lady', made by Peter Robert Keil (b. 1942) in 1970 in his Paris studio.
A Hollywood Regency Lucite stool or chair, upholstered in cowhide and in the manner of Charles Hollis Jones, circa 1970
A small two-tiered wood chest of drawers with brass pulls, each drawer raised on attached tapered legs, produced during the 1970’s by Mastercraft.
A singed screen printed plexiglass sculpture by Russian/American artist Ilya Bolotowsky (1907-1981), numbered 1/100, 1970.
A Mercedes Highway Police toy car made by Ichiko in 1970.
An Art Deco watercolor painting with mythical themes by Eugene Savage (1883-1978). The study for the ceiling of the Elks Club in Chicago, Illinois. Titled "Muses Bringing Food for the Feast on Mt. Olympus,"and signed in the lower center. Eugene Savage is known for his melding of classical antiquity and modernity. When awarded a fellowship by the American Academy to study in Rome, he dedicated his attention to ancient Greek and Roman Sculpture. His later works reflect this influence whil incorporating modern sensibility. After leaving Rome, Savage was commissioned to pain numerous murals throughout the United States and Europe, including a ceiling triptych in the Elks Club National Memorial in Chicago, for which these were studies. the project was massive and brought together many of the most prominent artists of the time. the composition is subtly surreal, partly as a consideration for viewer position.
Milo Baughman vintage etagere in chrome and glass with Greek key base, produced circa 1970s.
A single table lamp with a glossy, deep-red ceramic body and chrome base and upper. The piece is in the manner of Maison Barbier. The piece is in good vintage condition; newly wired for U.S.
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