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HEIGHT: 23 in. (58 cm) WIDTH: 12.5 in. (32 cm) DEPTH: 3 in. (8 cm)
A copper sculpture in Brutalist style of a mother with her child seated on a wooden bench.
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Contemporary modern sculpture 'Vigilance' depicting a lion in bronze by Rosetta, dated 1996.
Brutalist style Curtis Jere wall sculpture, after the circa 1970s 'Urchin' (Oursin).
A c. 1930’s Roman Bronze Works sculpture depicting the Egyptian God Anubis, with foundry mark on base.
Torch cut and patinated bronze rooster on wooden base by Brutalist Artist Bill Lett.
Contemporary modern sculpture by Cheryl Farber Smith, abstract geometric form in metal; signed.
A Mid-century Modern sculpture of a crane by Curtis Jere, 1978, of nickel plated steel on round base.
Vintage circa 1970's abstract sculpture, created by artist William Bowie in the Brutalist style, is made of rough soldered green-patinated bronze.
Curtis Jere 1970s Brutalist wall sculpture of a billowing tree, crafted of mixed metal.
Designed by Frederic Weinberg, a pair of vintage brass Etruscan horses cast flat and styled with organic patterns, mounted on rectangular bases.
A beautiful bronze sculpture of the head of a smiling Buddha, produced in Myanmar (Burma) in the early to mid 20th century.
A gilded bronze modernist sculpture by Irving Marantz (1912-1972) titled 'Obelisk to Peace'. Made in 1972, this sculpture has a larger size version erected in 1972 on Park Avenue and 34th Street in New York City. This sculpture was Marantz's last outdoor work before his death the same year.
No marks or signature.
Circa 1966 pair of mixed composition Labrador Retriever sculptures, signed Tuscany Studio.
A whimsical sculpture of brass cattails and leaves mounted on a root base. The piece is similar to works produced by Curtis Jere.
A vintage bronze free form abstract sculpture on a marble base with acrylic wire detailing by Hattakitkosol Somchai (1934-2000), a Thai artist who specialized in bronze sculpture. The piece is signed "Somchai"and is number 6 out of an edition of 100.
Hattakitkosol Somchai evokes the Futurist style in this bronze sculpture of a female torso in mid-motion.
Art Deco desk size sculpture in bronze by Rudolph Henn depicting a young boy and squirrel. 1920s.
A Brutalist abstract sculpture in iron on a wooden base in the style of artist Louise Bourgeois.
Vintage sculpture of an iron wheel on a stand reflects Industrial, Machine Age aesthetics.
A Brutalist abstract sculpture made from welded car bumpers by Jason Seley (1919-1983), sculptor and dean of the Cornell University College of Architecture, Art and Planning. Excellent original condition, with some wear of age. Serial number etched in.
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.
A circa 1970’s copper sculpture depicting eucalyptus branches, anchored on a rock base.
A 1970’s posthumously cast bronze sculpture of a voluptuous female torso by Aristide Maillol (French, 1861-1944).
Stainless steel & aluminum sculpture of a futuristic racing car by a known American artist, Daniel Fiorda; namely, from his series " Heavy Toys", where speed is reflected in the form of children’s toys that have been adapted to the adult psyche.
A circa 1990's modern abstract sculpture, created by Curtis Jere, composed of dual sheets of brushed and polished steel, rendered into swirling 'ribbon' shapes, raised on a cylindrical black iron floor stand.
Sculpture by DeGroot made up of nails placed in a floating abstract form atop a white wooden base.
A late 20th century abstract sculpture, created by Curtis Jere, features highly polished chrome body, rendered into a curved ribbon form, accented with ball motif in brass, on a cylindrical black marble base.
Mid-20th century Brutalist sculpture by Lindsey Decker, crafted of abstracted bronze; signed.
American Art Deco bronze sculpture by Robert Aitken depicting mother and child. 1920s.
A vintage bronze sculpture of a female figure. the piece has abstracted features and a "rough"finish. -Reduced from $1500
A circa 1950s Cubist wall sculpture, created by American artist Robert E. Kuhn (1917-2000), which depicts the abstracted figure of a musician with violin, rendered in welded wrought iron and hand-painted.
A circa 1980s and 1990s modernist sculpture of a Baboon, seated on a jagged boulder in patinated bronze, created by Argentinian sculptor Roberto Estevez.
Two small abstract modern sculptures, circa 1960s, inspired by the works of sculptor Milton Hebald, figures in patinated bronze.
Brutalist style green patinated bronze sculpture of an abstract reclining nude.
Abstract Sculpture in Bronze on Marble Base in Brutalist manner.
Paul Suttman (American, 1933-1993) was widely known as a representational artist, working within a variety of mediums and styles, eventually travelling to Italy and France to pursue studies in bronze-casting. During the 1970s he had begun creating sculptural still life works, experimenting with space and dimensionality. This small scale sculpture, created for J. Walter Thompson Co., comes in polished bronze, depicting a still life of fruit, including an apple and pear, arranged with a mug and bottle form vessel, on a circular base. Markings include the artist signature [Suttman] to the base; to the bottom [24/300/ J. Walter Thompson Co. Commission/ Buon Natale 1973]. The sculpture remains in very good vintage condition, minor wear to finish consistent with age and use.
A pair of ancient Chinese sculptures dating to the Tang Dynasty, depicting grave-quelling earth spirits known as ‘zhenmushou’. Made of unglazed pottery.
This decanter in Murano glass is a beautiful pale yellow and comes with a stopper or decanter.
This vintage clear lucite table lamp is composed of five lucite planks circling a central chome bar on a base.
A Modernist table lamp, mid-century c. 1970s, with 3 blocks of white lacquered wood connected by chrome rods and lucite forming a classical column pattern.
A vintage pair of teak side chairs with white linen seats and cane backs.
Modern late 20th century pair of swivel slipper chairs, with red suede upholstery, raised on chrome pedestal bases.
A mid-20th century Bjorn Wiinblad needlepoint depicting a muscian, under glass in a brass frame.
A 1960's lantern form pendant light with a walnut body, chrome detailing and smokey acrylic inserts. There are four candle form interior lights. This piece has age appropriate wear with some scratching to acrylic, chrome and wood. Made in the United States.
Rare antique Chinese wood statue of Guayin; possibly Tang Dynasty.
Pair of 1930s bookends with highly detailed alabaster relief carved male faces.
An undulated globe table lamp in cobalt blue glass on wood base with brass stem, made in Denmark circa 1970’s.
A vintage mixed media abstract expressionist inspired artwork titled "Tomorrow, Tomorrow, Tomorrow"by Barbara Quackenbush (1929-2012). The piece is composed of painting and collage elements. Barbara Quackenbush split time between Harrisonburg, Virginia and Fort Lauderdale, Florida. She graduated from Virginia Commonwealth University and continued her artistic training at George Washington University and the Corcoran School of Art in Washington, D.C. and exhibited locally an nationally throughout her career. She passed away in 2012.
A vintage 1985 abstract folk art sculpture of a red rooster or other bird. The piece is composed or iron objects and has Washington D.C. stamped on base. Signed and dated.
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