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Hattakitkosol Somchai evokes the Futurist style in this bronze sculpture of a female torso in mid-motion.
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A finely-cast large Japanese Meiji-period bronze sculpture of a sea-hawk with stretched-out wings, made in the 1860s
A mixed-metal abstract kinetic table sculpture by Curtis Jere (C. Jere), circa 1980’s.
Mid-Century era pair of sculptural Indian elephants, embossed silver sheet.
A vintage circa 1980's Kinetic sculpture by artist Dan Murphy with polished sheets in brass and chrome that represent abstract flame, on a Lucite base, with accent lucite sphere. Markings include the artist's signature, [Dan Murphy, 1989] engraved to the base of the chrome sheet. In a very good vintage condition, wear consistent with age.
A Curtis Jere 1960s-1970s mid-century brutalist sculpture made of torched and welded metal. Signed Curtis Jere on base. Original burnished torched patina and rough finish.
A cut stainless steel kinetic sculpture made in 1966 by Yaacov Agam in Israel. Some wear to surface. Hallmark and signature on back.
A monumental patinated and gilt bronze candelabra (gas lamp), produced circa 1880s by Henri Vian, with a sculptured cherub on an ormolu mounted marble pedestal.
This sculpture from the 1960s by Bill Lett depicts a Brutalist style silhouette of a charging bull.
This wall sculpture in the Brutalist Style is made of patinated brass.
A vintage Bronze abstract sculpture by Mathias Goeritz. Mathias was born in Germany in 1915. He studied Art History and Philosophy in Berlin and from 1940-45 taught in Morocco. After WW2 he returned to Europe, living in Spain until he and his wife immigrated to Mexico in 1949, where they would live for the remainder of their lives. In Mexico he continued his sculpting, painting and teaching and also collaborated with architects. He died in Mexico City in 1990
Tree form sculpture made of cut metal circles and brass rods mounted to a gilt wood branch. The branch is anchored in a brass and foam composite pot. Designed by Curtis Jere, c. 1970's.
The artistic career of sculptor Lilian Swann Saarinen (1912-1995) began with her studies at the NYC Art Students League in 1928, followed by the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan 1936 to 1940. She would live much of her adult life in Massachusetts, as well as Europe, teaching at the Pratt Institute, the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston, as well as the Massachusetts Institute of Technology in Cambridge. Saarinen also participated in a Red Cross rehabilitation program, teaching soldiers ceramic sculpture. Much of the artist's inspiration came from animals and nature; one of her best known works, entitled 'Night', exhibited at the World's Fair in 1939, which depicts the panther Bagheera from Rudyard Kipling's 'Jungle Book', was later set in the Boston Public Garden in 1986. Amongst many projects and commissions for public sculpture and reliefs, often working alongside her husband, architect Eero Saarinen, she designed the 'Screaming Eagle' sculpture for the Federal Reserve Bank of Chicago, as well as producing reliefs for the WPA. Saarinen's broad range within the cultural arts also extended to the literary field, when in 1935 she illustrated 'Picture Book Zoo', followed by the publication of her 1946 children's book 'Who am I?' This engaging bronze sculpture, created by Saarinen circa 1939, depicts a beautifully detailed woman playing the accordion; her stance, leaning back and slightly contrapposto beneath the weight of the accordion, right foot peeking out from her long pleated dress, implicates movement and musical sound, as she handles the extending instrument, moving fingers hands along the keys. Markings include the artist's signature [Lillian Swann] and [Roman Bronze Works]. This piece is in overall good condition, with some wear on wood base.
Seymour Meyer "Ballet" abstract sculpture on black pedestal with swivel top.
A Brutalist abstract sculpture in iron on a wooden base in the style of artist Louise Bourgeois.
A sculptural weeping willow, hand soldered in mixed metal by artist Brian Bijan circa 1960-1970, features bronze tree form with copper branches and brass drops, on a raw quartz stone base.
An Art Deco female bust with stylized features and great aged patina attributed to Walter Kantack. Her hair is a swirl of curving forms while her eyelashes are made up of thin strips of metal.
Early 20t century French bronze sculptures, “Pan and Lover” on wood base.
A Brutalist style sculpture, created by Adolfo Passarella in the 1960's, in patinated bronze, on a square black laminate base, highly abstract, organic and bulbous design. The artist signature and date [PASSARELLA ADOLFO 1966] on the bottom of the sculpture. In very good condition, wear consistent with age and prior use.
Mid-Century era Art Deco style sculptural otter in silver plate. Signed by artist.
Two small abstract modern sculptures, circa 1960s, inspired by the works of sculptor Milton Hebald, figures in patinated bronze.
A pair of Art Deco bronze cast sculptures of Chinese men with fans. Dark bronze patina, unsigned. Possibly elements of a banister
Circa 1920s Bronze Sculpture on stepped marble base by French sculptor Marcel Bouraine.
Brutalist abstract steel sculptural bird by Curtis Jere, c. 1970s
This small-scale, highly organic abstract sculpture, created by Vaillancourt circa 1960s, appears as an amorphous formation of molten bronze, standing on a circular plinth over a black painted, square wood base
A vintage circa 1960's-1970's Brutalist sculpture in the style of Alberto Giacometti, depicts two abstracted long-limbed figures in motion suspended in time, in rough textured molten bronze.
Rotating 1970s modern style bronze sculpture by Gerald Fellman, female abstracted figures with decorative incising.
Art Deco desk size sculpture in bronze by Rudolph Henn depicting a young boy and squirrel. 1920s.
A bronze sculpture by William J. Sewell of a nude woman. Very good condition, natural patina, signed and dated 1946.
A vintage bronze sculpture by noted artist Lawrence Fane (1933-2008) and signed "Fane"in bronze.
An exceptional Japanese Meiji-era bronze Ikebana vessel atop a moving-wave shaped base.
An aluminum abstract sculpture signed by mid-century artist Chris Petersen, c.1970’s.
A Japanese Meiji bronze vase with an exceptionally detailed applied cast alligator.
A Mid-Century Modern Curtis Jere sculpture of a sandpiper mother hovering over her nest with three blue eggs.
Two-dimensional sculpture in the modern manner, depicting a maiden abducted by the minotaur.
A mid-century torch-cut steel sculpture in brutalist manner.
Daum France limited edition Coupe Lacrima compote designed by Andre Dubreuil in 1990 with blue crystal mounted in brass.
Fontana Arte manner 12 light chandelier, Italy 1950s, brass frame featuring smoked glass rings.
Arne Jacobsen Swan Chairs designed by Fritz Hansen for Knoll upholstered in bright pink.
A pair of Barcelona chairs dating from ca.1970.
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 rare huge clay Lucky Cat, produced in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1868) - Ca. 1820.
Hammerman Brothers brooch in 18k yellow gold and platinum.
A faux bamboo bench in polished brass. Produced during the 1960s in the Hollywood Regency style.
A French Art Deco carved and ebonized wood figural cigarette and tobacco humidor vessel in shape of an elephant, with chrome detailing.
Giacometti table lamps in a matte white finish.
A pair of fireplace chenets after Caffieri in the form a pampered pooch and playful kitten atop luxurious cushions, produced in gold-tone bronze.
Pair of giltwood consoles from the 19th century in the style of Louis XV. Includes custom marble tops in deep red.
Figurative gilt bronze timepiece by Max Blondat in the French art nouveau style. Inscribed with the artist's name "Max Blondat" and from the Valsuani foundry.
A mid-20th century Bjorn Wiinblad needlepoint depicting a muscian, under glass in a brass frame.
Large Joel Myers for Blenko Decanter #6954 in blue handblown glass with pontil on bottom. This piece still has a partial foil label, pictured. Made in 1969 in Milton, West Virginia. In excellent condition.
Organic Modern inspired amethyst on stepped silver plate base.
Modern late 20th century pair of swivel slipper chairs, with red suede upholstery, raised on chrome pedestal bases.
A trio of 18K yellow gold stacking rings by Black, Starr & Frost. Rings are set with cabochon amethyst and pink/green tourmaline. Weight: 20.40g Each ring 5mm at widest; 16mm wide when stacked.
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