A fine, large bronze animalier sculpture by Ferdinand Pautrot (1832-74). The figure represents a pair of pheasants, one perched on a gnarled barren branch while the other appears to strut along the ground. The body position of the lower bird gives the composition a great deal of movement that is often missing in classical animalier bronzes. The ground is covered in long grass that is somewhat less common than Pautrot's more characteristic rocky ground...
A fine bronze animalier sculpture by Ferdinand Pautrot (1832-74). The figure represents a pair of songbirds, one of which has caught a fly in its mouth. The other bird appears to be contemplating the possibility of wresting the insect from his companion. Both birds are perched on the rocky ground typical of Pautrot's work. An upright flowering plant appears at one end of the composition. Along with Mène and Moigniez, Pautrot was considered the be France's finest sculptor of animal figures...
Exquisite and very rare 15/16th Century AVA Disciple from Burma, holding an alms bowl, very gentle, calm and serene expression. Patina reveals some pigment remnants, sandstone of redish-brown-terracotta color.
Very good condition, Size: H. 90cm x W. 25cm x D. 20cm excluding Museum quality stand, weight: about 55 kilos (120 lbs.)
Large original sculpture by Lillian Bernstein (American, 1928-1992), modeled, not cast, in what appears to be plaster of Paris with a bronze painted finish. Circa 1950-1960. This impressive work stands 24 1/2" high--26" including the hardwood base, original to the piece, which bears a brass plaque with the name of the sculptor and the title of the piece, "Mother and Child". Lillian Bernstein was born in Boston and lived in Wellesley. She is known as a poet and a sculptor...
A very good bronze figure of a hound by Piere-Jules Mene (1810-1877). The hound stands alert look over his shoulder at the viewer. The rectangular base is well-textured with rocks and branches, typical of Mene's style. The shape of the base suggests that the casting is from Mene's own foundry and dates to the 1840s. The dogs is nicely detailed. The figure is finished in a dark black/brown patina. The front left corner of the base is signed P. J. Mene...
Sepik River Spear Effigy, Early 20th C.
Wood and paint. 24" H.
Mexican Masks: mid - late 20th C.
TheGreen Mask is the mask that depicted the Spanish conquerers with the typical black moustache.
The Black and Red Mask is an anthropomorphic
mask depicting the person under neath (red)
with the animal entity from within the person on top.
The Marble Sculpture measures 18" tall x 9" at the base. This appears to be a Sculpture by Constantin Brancusi.(1876-1957). This Sculpture was purchased from an Estate in Highland Park in Dallas, Texas. It was used as a decoration for a private pool at that particular Estate. This Abstract Sculpture is not signed. More information will be added later.
Large metal art sculpture by Jim Gary
Jim Gary 1939 - 2006, American sculptor. Well listed
This item measures approx 58" x 44" and is in excellent condition
Signed lower left
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20th Century Modernist Sculpture
metal base - 5" x 4" - 23 1/2" tall
Lily Michael received her art training at the School of Painting and Sculpture at Columbia University. She was a member of the American Abstract Artists Association, and the Tirca Karlis Gallery in Provincetown, MA...
Original and early ceramic sculpture by Dorothy Elaine Robbins (American-Israeli/ 1920-1999), circa 1950, in excellent condition. This sculpture has an incised signature. It measures 17" by 13" by 9" base not included. Ohio born Robbins studied at Cranbrook and at the Cincinnati Academy of Art. She taught ceramic sculpture at the Cincinnati Art Museum between 1948 and 1950. She notably exhibited at the National Ceramic Exhibitions of the Syracuse Museum in 1948 and 1950 (cf...
Original ceramic sculpture by Tina Rabner (American, New York, 1913-1994). This work depicts two young girls at play. It measures approximately 14" by 12" by 6". In overall excellent condition. Matte finish with polychrome highlights. Signed (incised signature on the base) "Tina Rabner". Circa 1945. Tina Rabner was an entrant in the Robineau Memorial/National Ceramic Exhibitions in Syracuse in 1940, 1946, and 1948 (cf. Art Pottery of the United States by Paul Evans, p.428)...
Miniature Bronze Buddhist Monk holding alms bowl, 19th Century, mounted on wooden base, size: H. 6cm x 2cm x 0.5cm
Unusual bronze figure of Mandarin, mounted, 19th Century, rare collector's item, good weight/condition, base shows wear Size:
H. 19cm x W. 7cm x D. 19cm
Rare sparkling White Marble Carving of Shakyamuni Buddha, subduing Mara, 19th Cent. Burma, Good condition, (only tiny tip of Usnisa chipped). Size H. 33 cm x W. 20 cm x D. 6 cm excluding stand. This item has been nicely mounted on a black stand.
Very fine Burmese wooden praying monk-disciple in adoration with high quality gilding. 18th Century, very good condition,
beautiful serene expression. Size: H. 32cm x W.15cm x D. 16cm
Exceptional Rattanakosin Bronze standing Buddha with alms bowl, 19th Century, Thailand. Richly incised robes and base with beautiful gilding, some traces of age
and patina wear around chin, neck and on back of neckline, but no breakage or repairs. Good condition, large/heavy specimen: H.100cm x W.35cm
Edwin Ohrstrom - rare and important modernist art glass sculpture fitted on handmade wood base.
Circa - 1960's or 70's.
19 1/4" x 14 1/4" x 1 1/2"
Condition - excellent.