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Kitchen Disaster The Eggs Wait: Katherine King

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Wood: Pre 1990   item# 1247107 (stock# 2661)


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Katherine King, WI,Paris and NY. Kitchen Disaster: The Eggs Wait is a mixed media piece from her series of Illuminated Constructions and is in the book Contemporary America Women Sculptors. She has been in many exhibitions in the US, Japan and France and represented by galleries in Chicago and Milwaukee. She has completed many large scale commissioned pieces including a mixed media illuminated doorway surround at Performing Arts Center in Milwaukee. She is also in many exhibition catalogues and is in the book "Contemporary American Women Sculptors" and in Whos Who in American Art.


Marble Pieces: Susan Falkman

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Stone: Contemporary   item# 1247104 (stock# 2660)


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Susan Falkman, 1944-present, Iowa, Ill, Italy and Milwaukee. Presenting 5 Marble pieces representing this talented artist. She has been in many exhibitions in the US, Italy and France and represented by galleries in Chicago and Milwaukee. She has completed many large scale commissioned pieces including a magnificent ceiling height fireplace mantel piece in the Wilson Center for Performing Arts in Brookfield, WI. She is also in many exhibition catalogues and is in the book "Contemporary American Women Sculptors" and in Whos Who in American Art.


Funeral Mask: South American

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Wood: Pre 1900   item# 1198057 (stock# 2631)

Funeral Mask: South American
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Funery Mask: South American. South American, Antique, wood.


Head of Young Roman Man: Circa 1st Century AD

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Stone: Pre AD 1000   item# 1198051 (stock# 2629)

Head of Young Roman Man: Circa 1st Century AD
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"$25,000" 

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.


Magiscope #2: Feliciano Bejar

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Metal: Pre 2000   item# 1182794 (stock# 2600)

Magiscope #2: Feliciano Bejar
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Feliciano Bejar, Mexican/american, Provenance: Private Midwestern Collection, Leslie Hindman Auction, Artists Estate.


Tension and Compression: Morio Shinoda

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Metal: Pre 2000   item# 1182725 (stock# 2599)

Tension and Compression: Morio Shinoda
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"$5000." 

Morio Shinoda, 1931- , Japanese. Tension and Compression is a highly interesting and well crafted sculpture with allusions to a balloon.


Abstract Bronze: Marie Zoe Greene-Mercier

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Bronze: Pre 1980   item# 1182722 (stock# 2597)

Abstract Bronze: Marie Zoe Greene-Mercier
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"$5000." 

Marie Zoe Greene-Mercier, American, This untitled abstract form is patinated bronze, signed on the base Green-Mercier. Provenance: Private Midwestern Collection, Leslie Hindman Auction, Estate of the Artist.


Male Torso in Bronze: Javier Marin

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Bronze: Pre 2000   item# 1130506 (stock# 2565)

Male Torso in Bronze: Javier Marin
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Born in Michoacán in 1962, Javier Marín has lived and worked in Mexico City since the 1970s. He studied at the National School of Visual Arts (Academy of San Carlos) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.


Horse & Rider in Bronze: Javier Marin

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Bronze: Pre 2000   item# 1130505 (stock# 2564)

Horse & Rider in Bronze: Javier Marin
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Born in Michoacán in 1962, Javier Marín has lived and worked in Mexico City since the 1970s. He studied at the National School of Visual Arts (Academy of San Carlos) of the National Autonomous University of Mexico.


Plexiglass,Chairs,Tires: Robert Rauschenberg (attrib)

Catalogue: Fine Art: Sculpture: Bronze: Pre 2000   item# 1120469 (stock# 2901)

Plexiglass,Chairs,Tires: Robert Rauschenberg (attrib)
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Robert rauschenberg,1925-2008 Texas. Robert Rauschenberg was born in Port Arthur, Texas of German and Cherokee Indian heritage. He was given the name of Milton and he changed it to Robert when he became a young man. In 1942 he enrolled in pharmaceutical studies at the University of Texas and soon after was drafted and later discharged from the U.S. Marines.A talent for sketching along with a friendship with a girl named Pat Pearman, led him to enroll in the Kansas City Art Institute where he studied music, sculpture and art history. It was all so new to him and so exciting that he took every class he could and literally ran from class to class. The following year he went on to Paris where he studied at the Academie Julian under the GI Bill. In Paris, he met Susan Weil, an artist who led him in 1948 to study with Josef Albers at North Carolina's Black Mountain College. He had never even heard of Albers who turned out to provide him with the discipline he needed but also was cruel and very intimidating. This period was followed by several years' attendance at the Art Students League in New York City with Morris Kantor and Vaclav Vytlacil. In 1950 Rauschenberg and Weil were married; they had one son and were divorced in 1952. In 1952 he met Jasper Johns and for the next five years the two artists were inseparable. They worked together on window displays for Bonwit Teller and Tiffany. He had met the composer John Cage and dance choreographer Merce Cunningham at Black Mountain College and he worked with them as a designer, manager and performer. He also made designs for Paul Taylor's dance company. In his work, Marín has developed historically universal aspects of art. Employing the human figure as the basis for his formal language, he deals with multiple themes, ranging from the fragile nature of human existence to the condition of man capable of transforming the world, using the potential of artwork to transmit meaning to its fullest. He conceptually and physically constructs each sculpture, based on an innovative combination of diverse materials: ranging from bronze with polyester resin to resin combined with amaranth seeds, dried meat, earth, flower petals, or tobacco. Beginning in 1983 Javier Martin began to participate in group exhibitions, and three years later, he had his first solo exhibition. Since that time, with more than 50 one-man and 200 group exhibitions, his work has been presented in cultural institutions and spaces of major importance in Mexico, Latin America, the United States, Europe, and Asia.

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