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H 73 in. x W 16 in. x D 10.5 in.
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.
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