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An abstract constructivist spiritual carved wood sculpture titled 'The Shrine', made by Polish-American sculptor Bronka Stern in the 1950s-1960s.
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Japanese carved and hand painted mask
Modern abstract Cubist head sculpture bust in carved wood in the style of Pablo Picasso, atop a faceted marble base.
A pair of Art Deco bronze cast sculptures of Chinese men with fans. Dark bronze patina, unsigned. Possibly elements of a banister
Abstract biomorphic shaped wood sculpture in the style of Noguchi, on hard-stone base.
This Jean Sampson sculpture in wood is titled "Douglas Fir Woman" and is signed by the artist on the base.
Ecuadorian Modernist abstract sculpture in carved wood, created by Luis Potosi during the mid- late 20th century.
Austrian Jugenstil massive but elegant sculpture, depicting a beautiful Eastern female dancing with a snake is a fine example of the Art Nouveau movement that swept through the decorative arts and architecture in the late 19th and early 20th centuries.
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.
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.
Modernist abstract sculpture of a twisting ribbon on an oblong black base.
A singed screen printed plexiglass sculpture by Russian/American artist Ilya Bolotowsky (1907-1981), numbered 1/100, 1970.
A carved wood sculpture of multiple interconnected feet, carved by Jose de Creeft around the 1930s-1940s in the Mexican School Style.
A Brutalist Mediterranean metal village with enameled brightly colored patio umbrellas designed by Curtis Jere, circa 1970s.
Rendered in the Expressionist style this vintage bronze sculpture, by French sculptor and ‘forgeron d'art’ (art blacksmith) Jean Marc of Cordes-sur-Ciel, created in 1961.
A vintage pair of French Art Deco sculptured Siamese cats, one seated in an upright position, the other lying prone, in white ceramic with 'craquelure' glaze.
Italian neo-classical carved olive wood sculpture depicting the head of Paris, made around 1810, after Italian artist Antonio Canova.
Abstract modern American sculpture in anondized iron signed "T. Truitt" and dated 1974.
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.
Sculpture in a patinated bronze of an academic male nude reclining in neoclassical form , created in Italy circa 1930s by an unknown artist.
This copper sunburst wall sculpture is inspired by Curtis Jere designs.
Four beautifully carved wooden sculptures depicting Myanmar monks (formerly Burmese) holding offering bowls. Intricately detailed and finished in red lacquer, these figures were produced during the 20th century.
Modern bronze sculpture titled 'Bust of Esti' created by Canadian-Israeli artist Eli Ilan
A Mixmaster blender by Sunbeam, circa 1940s, converted into a neon light sculpture in the 1980s.
Modern abstract sculpture cast in bronze, depicting a woman crouching on the ground.
Geometric style modern faceted art glass sculpture or vase, created by New-York based artist John Torreano (b. 1941) in the late 20th century.
A rare huge clay Lucky Cat, produced in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1868) - Ca. 1820.
Seguso table lamp in cobalt blue Murano glass from the 1950s.
Isaac Kahn geometric totem in brushed metal over composite on painted base. The sculpture is marked "Kahn 79" near the bottom.
Memphis Group Postmodern ceramic hand-painted pedestal or side table with colorful geometric theme dating from the 1990s.
Mazzega chandelier with Murano Glass sunburst sputnik design dating from 1950s Italy.
An antique Louis XIV style console table in untreated wood.
American Brutalist sculpted bronze coffee or cocktail table created by Paul Evans Studio, initialed and dated 70 on the base.
A pair of modernist Art Deco 'Woofle Bird' table lamps designed in 1929.
An abstract painting by mid-century artist John Seery, “Drawl”; acrylic on canvas,1975, signed on back.
American Gilded Age pair of Tiffany urns made in heavy cast gilt bronze.
Adrian Pearsall Mid-Century Modern high back wing chair made for Craft Associates in the 1960's.
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