Original unique gray Carrara marble sculpture by Francine Richman (France, Canada, 20th century), circa 1960-1970s. Incised "Richman" signature. Also bears a plaque on its slate base incised "F. Richman". 11" by 10" by 7". Henry Moore inspired sculpture by this well-regarded Paris-born Canadian sculptor.
Harriet W. Frishmuth (American, 1880-1980), titled Crest of the Wave, signed and dated 1925 on bronze base and with QFHL stamp and Gorham Co Founders foundry mark on bronze base; ht. 21.5, wd. 5, dp. 5 in. In excellent condition with a beautiful original patina.
Harriet Whitney Frishmuth was born on September 17, 1880 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania...
Original terracotta sculpture by Harriet Hochberg (American, 20th Century), circa 1960-1970. This presumably unique work is finished with a bronze patina and presented on a solid wood base measuring 9" by 11" by 2". The figure itself is 10" long, 8" large, and over 9" high. Signed "H. Hochberg" alongside the bottom of the work. Harriet Hochberg is a listed American sculptor whose monumental and architectural works grace a number of Los Angeles, Ca, institutions.
Finely carved, one of kind statue of Steeplechase legend, "Cottesmore". Winner of the Grand National in 1940 and 1942. Hand Carved of rosewood with the highest level of detail. Created in the 1940's in the USA by a German immigrant residing in the Ohio area. Excellent condition. Stands approximately 12" tall on original wooden base with felt backing. This is a true American treasure created with the highest level of German craftsmanship. Stunning piece.
A 4" long carved soapstone Inuit figure of a basking seal. This carving has an artist's cypher plus the number E91684 on the bottom, and it is in excellent condition with no chips, cracks, losses, damage or repairs other than some minor surface abrasions. All
items are thoroughly and conservatively graded and all condition issues are noted; all items are vintage or antique and may have slight signs of gentle use. Surface shipping to the U.S. starts at $12.50 (other spots may vary)...
Italo Scanga, Italian-American, California, 1932- , This wonderful cubist sculpture of the head of a jester is Scanga at his finest. It is playful, colorful and handsome. It is wood with oil paint, 27"H by 17"W by 16"D, signed on a brass plate on the base "Italo Scanga 1985" and numbered in black marker on the base #30. There is a gallery sticker on the bottom with black marker. He has extensive gallery representation and auction records up to $20,000.
Original stainless steel sculpture by John (Jonn) H. Geise (American, Seattle, 20th Century). This work is untitled. It measures 17.5" in heigth and is poised on a lucite base. Signed "Jonn H. Geise" and dated 1989. Geise is a contemporary sculptor with monumental works on display at the University of Washington in Seattle (Suzallo Library), at Sea-Tac Airport, at the University of Oregon Museum of Art, and in various other locations in Washington, Oregon, and California.
From our Fine Arts and Americana Collection, a stunning and massive alto-relief sculpture in bonded sand by American contemporary art legend Bill Mack.
For those who have followed the American Contemporary Art Movement over the last 20 years or so, Bill Mack needs no introduction...
This fine sculpture is by the diverse and talented Ernesto Montenegro. Titled "Crosswalk," it displays pedestrians walking across the street. Montenegro's "magic" gives the viewer a bird's-eye perspective, as if looking down from above on the pedestrians. Montenegro achieves this illusion by dramatically abridging the figures. When viewed sideways, the people have grossly stunted legs, walking down the vertical face of the sculpture as if propelled across the street by gravity...
Most decorative and unusual hand carved wooden sculpture depicting 5 dancing angel figures on top of each other mounted on a base. Pre 1900, Thailand. Few repairs due to age, good overall condition,
Size H. 186 cm x W. 32 cm x D. 14 cm
Stunning with good lighting!
African-American, early 20th C.
This sculpture is a wonderful piece of African American Art, artist unknown.
Approximatly 18" by 18' by 7" wide.
Sepik River Indonesian Earth Mother Effigy,
Early 20th C. 28" H by 10-12" Diameter.
Original paint, cowrie shells in eye and shell ahnging from ear as well as original mud with black hair on top of head.
Original bronze sculpture depicting a nude female figure by Benjamin D. Kopman (Russian-born American painter and sculptor, 1887-1965), offered in excellent condition. This rare work measures 8 1/2" including its marble base. It is signed "Kopman" and is numbered 3/8. Kopman's sculptures are a rather rare find. He is well-listed, exhibited, and collected.
Original abstract bronze sculpture by David E. Davis (Romanian-born, Ohio-based American sculptor, 1920-2002). This bronze is in excellent condition. It is mounted on a black base which measures 4" by 8" while the sculpture itself is 7" high and 5" wide. The work is signed in the bronze "David E. Davis". It is also dated 1978, numbered 24/48, and titled "HG IX". David E. Davis is an internationally known abstract expressionist sculptor. He has had 20 one-man shows...
Fernandez, 20th C, Brazil/American Sculptor.
This soaring homage to Rudolph Nureyev is titled "Metal Revolution". It is 31" by 84" tall. His sculpture is in numerous collections and public spaces in the US and Brazil.
Original cold-cast sculpture with silver patina by Constance Freedman (English, 1928-1982), circa 1960, in excellent original condition. This work measures approximately 8 1/2" and is mounted on a black enamel base. Provenance: from the artist's nephew. Constance Freedman was an associate of the Royal Society of British Sculptors (ARBS). Her works have sold in the major auction houses, and she is listed in the usual databases and reference works.
Original bronze sculpture on a wooden base by well-listed Ruth Lee Leventhal (American, 1923-1989) offered in excellent condition. This work measures 7" with its base, 5 1/2" without, and is 4" wide. It is signed "Ruth Lee Leventhal" and dated "75" on the bronze base. This sculpture also bears a brass plaque giving the name of the artist, the title of the work, and the abbreviation FRSA (Leventhal was a fellow of the Royal Society of Artists, London)...
Original bronze sculpture by Constance Freedman (English, 1928-1982). This sculpture is signed "C. Freedman". It measures approximately 6" long. It stands on a black enameled wood base which bears a brass plaque with the name of the artist and the title of the piece. Provenance: directly from the artist's nephew. Constance Freedman was an associate of the Royal Society of British Sculptors (ARBS). Her works have sold in the major auction houses, and she is listed in all the usual databases...