This bronze medallion is signed by Therese Dufresne, and is dated on the side 1979, with an impressed figure and "Br Flor", most likely referring to the foundry. It is 3 1/4" in diameter, 1/2" thick, and weighs a hefty 17 ounces. One side depicts numerous buildings and skyscrapers, including the Chrysler Building, the Arch at Washington Square, what appears to be one of the World Trade Center towers, and possibly other identifiable buildings...
Group of Renaissance Revival Carved Oak Figural Decorations from a wood paneled room. English, circa 1870.
Original and unique terracotta sculpture of a seated figure by Irma Rothstein (American, born in Russia, 1896-1971), incised signature on the base, in excellent condition. This rare work measures roughly 11"h by 11"w by 7"d.
Irma Rothstein is an American sculptor born in Rostov, Russia. She lived in Vienna before emigrating to the USA in 1930. She worked in wood, terracotta, and bronze mainly. Well exhibited: Galerie St...
A 19TH CENTURY BOHEMIAN CARVED AND POLYCHROME WOOD CRUCIFIXION GROUPING. The heart shaped base set with the mourning Virgin Mary on left and the Apostle John on the right beneath them on the ground, the skull of Adam and above, a large ebonized cross set with a carved Corpus Christi. Height 28.25 inches (71.5 cm).minor paint loss-no repair-figures at base can be removed for transport
10 inches wide-4 inches deep-6.5 inches wide-signed lost wax casting bronze sculpture by French anamilist Mene who is listed-in museums and has sales records-piece is lost wax casting with brown patina
From our European Collection, a fine late 19th-early 20th century carved marble bust of Madame Recamier, modeled after the original by Joseph Chinard circa 1801-02, which was previously on display at the Getty Center Los Angeles, where the museum description read as follows:
"Coyly looking down, Madame Recamier holds a veil across her chest. The sheath both demurely conceals and reveals her breasts...
Pierre Etienne Daniel Campagne (French, 1851-1910)
Phryne Before Her Judges (Phryné Devant ses Juges)
Bronze (medium to light brown patina, minor wear and scratches consistent with age); inscribed “Phyrne” on the front of the base and signed on the right side of the base.
23"H x 12"W x 7"deep
Campagne was born in Gontaud and worked primarily in Paris where he was a student of Falguière. He first exhibited in the Salon des Artistes Français in 1889...
Beautiful limited edition Indian Head Bronze Sculpture by Michael Wardle.
Buffalo Bronze Works / Michael Wardle 1983 / 6/10.
Michael Wardle, born in Ames, Iowa July 25, 1952. Michael Wardle holds a Bachelor of Arts degree from Brigham Young University and has been a full time professional artist since 1974.
Mr. Wardle started doing portraiture in the 1970's, and then moved on to figure painting and bronze sculpture in the early 80's...
1997, Hand-Signed and Numbered #115/850. Hart, 1943-1999, Washington, D.C. & Virginia. Sculpture measures 13" tall and 18 1/2" across, with no base.
Bronze Sculpture From The 'Muses Suite' #16/65, Signed Posthumously 2006. Hart, 1943-1999, Washington, D.C. & Virginia. Sculpture measures 16 3/8" tall without base.
Antique English Carved Oak Head of a Lion, from a wood paneled room. Circa 1870, now mounted on a ebonized wood base.
Height of Head: 5"
Overall Height: 9"
This beautiful limited edition Bronze from my private collection is hallmarked on the side: Don Edelman 1981, 3/25. Bronze is 4-½ inch tall, including base, 5 inches long and 2 1/8 inches wide.
Here is a Bio of the artist
Artist Bio: Don Edelman
Selected Biographical and Career Highlights
• 1925, Born in Bowie, Texas
• Moved to Amarillo where spent remainder of childhood
• Navy officer in WWII
• 1947-1951, B.F.A., Washington University, St...
Funery Mask: South American. South American, Antique, wood.
Head of Young Roman Man: Circa 1st Century AD. This stunning example of Antique Roman Sculpture is carved marble 8.5" H mounted on a modern pedastal. Condition: some normal weathering, part of nose missing.
Dramatic bronze sculpture by Erte. "Victoire" was the first of a 24 piece series
made in 1980. Victoire was an edition of 250 sculptures, 12 AP and 9 HC. Measurements are 18" high, 10 inches wide and 6 inches in depth. This piece comes out of a private collection and is a one owner piece purchased in Chicago in 1980. The sculpture is numbered 209/250 and is impressed, "RKPINT.CORP. c. 1980" and signed with Erte's distinctive signature.
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