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HEIGHT: 14 in. (36 cm) WIDTH: 15.25 in. (39 cm) DEPTH: 0.5 in. (1 cm)
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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A hand-sculpted brass fish with a sculpted copper sea plant and a cast bronze coral.
A Brutalist Mediterranean metal village with enameled brightly colored patio umbrellas designed by Curtis Jere, circa 1970s.
Brutalist style sculpture of a standing giraffe made of welded metal pieces.
French Art Deco period sculpture of a female dancer cast in bronze, atop a marble base
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.
American Art Deco bronze sculpture by Robert Aitken depicting mother and child. 1920s.
Cast of richly-patinated dark chocolate brown bronze and signed by the artist "Paul Richer".
A finely-cast large Japanese Meiji-period bronze sculpture of a sea-hawk with stretched-out wings, made in the 1860s
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.
A Paul Evans style mid-century welded steel Brutalist sculpture.
Don Freedman wall sculpture of overlapping hoops in various sizes and heights; alternating silver and bronze tone metals.
Raised decorative bowl made out of patinated bronze
Folk Art welded sculpture in horseshoe iron in the shape of a man riding a horse.
Mid-Century Modern wall-mounted metal sculpture depicting a four piece jazz band.
Brutalist modern sculpture of a golfer breaking his golf club over his knee.
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 large mid-century modernist style patinated bronze sculpture of a stylized tall female torso.
Abstract modern American sculpture in anondized iron signed "T. Truitt" and dated 1974.
Vintage sculpture of an iron wheel on a stand reflects Industrial, Machine Age aesthetics.
Curtis Jere 1970s Brutalist wall sculpture of a billowing tree, crafted of mixed metal.
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.
Modern astrolabe armillary sphere in polished aluminum, made in the 20th century.
Ready-made art sculpture of "Wheel and cogs," in rusted iron
A vintage bronze sculpture mounted on black stone base by Brazilian artist Heloisa Dolabella. Her large public works are displayed throughout Rio and other parts of Brazil and she has been exhibited in museums throughout the world. The plaque on the stone base bears the anglicized version of her name
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.
Cat sculptures produced by Leonard Solid Brass Collection from Korea.
American Gilded Age pair of Tiffany urns made in heavy cast gilt bronze.
American Brutalist sculpted bronze coffee or cocktail table created by Paul Evans Studio, initialed and dated 70 on the base.
An antique Louis XIV style console table in untreated wood.
An abstract painting by mid-century artist John Seery, “Drawl”; acrylic on canvas,1975, signed on back.
Isaac Kahn geometric totem in brushed metal over composite on painted base. The sculpture is marked "Kahn 79" near the bottom.
Adrian Pearsall Mid-Century Modern high back wing chair made for Craft Associates in the 1960's.
Seguso table lamp in cobalt blue Murano glass from the 1950s.
Memphis Group Postmodern ceramic hand-painted pedestal or side table with colorful geometric theme dating from the 1990s.
A rare huge clay Lucky Cat, produced in Japan during the Edo Period (1603-1868) - Ca. 1820.
Geometric style modern faceted art glass sculpture or vase, created by New-York based artist John Torreano (b. 1941) in the late 20th century.
Italian neo-classical carved olive wood sculpture depicting the head of Paris, made around 1810, after Italian artist Antonio Canova.
A pair of modernist Art Deco 'Woofle Bird' table lamps designed in 1929.
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