Of black Belgian marble, this modernist sculpture by Lily Ente was created in 1954 and is entitled "Head". It was deaccessioned from the Chrysler Museum of Art in 1991 and his been in private collections since that time. Measuring 11 1/2" x 13 1/2" x 5 1/4", it is of triangular shape and depicts an abstracted head, with varying surfaces of polished marble that reflect the light and create slight shadows, making an intriguing and evocative form. Interesting from every angle, it demonstrates the artful eye and great skill of the artist. Lily Ente (1905-1984), aka Lena Deitchman, was an early modernist, and was know for her strong works in stone, clay, and in two dimensional forms of printmaking, Living and working in Woodstock, NY, she exhibited in numerous shows, and her works are in collections in this country and abroad. We always have additional photos available, so please never hesitate to ask. For more detailed information on this fine artist, please see www.lilyente.com. Sleek and minimalist, this stone sculpture is timeless and represents the finest of modernist form.