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Klaus Ihlenfeld
Untitled (Organic abstract bronze sculpture)

ca. 1960

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Klaus Ihlenfeld (b.1934). Untitled, ca. 1960. Welded bronze. 8" h.; 5.5 " w; 3.25" d (base). Signed with initial under base. Provenance: Directly from estate of Harry Bertoia. The piece was a gift from Ihlenfeld and is a very early example created during Bertoia apprenticeship era. Excellent condition. Klaus Karl Otto IhlenfeldHe was born in Berlin, Germany in 1934. He studied art at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste and completed graduate work with the metal sculptor Hans Uhlmann. He visited the US in 1957 for the first time living in Durham, NC, where he befriended Dr. W. R. Valentiner, the Rembrandt authority and Director of the Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC. Through this friendship in 1960 he met and worked with the metal sculptor Harry Bertoia in Barto, PA. He joined the Staempfli Gallery in NYC and entered in many group and one-man shows. He has been an Artist-in-Residence in Ogden, Utah; Huntington Museum of Art in West Virginia, Penn State University at University Park; the Colorado State University in Denver; and Shippensburg University. He has large commissions at Kutztown University, Pottstown Hospital, and a monumental relief sculpture at the Emigrant Savings Bank in NYC. He has traveled extensively in Spain, Greece, and Mexico. He is living and working on a farm in Barto, PA welding bronze and forged iron metal sculptures and painting watercolors. Group Shows: North Carolina Museum of Art in Raleigh, NC - 1957 Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City - 1962 Staempfli Gallery in New York City - 1962, 1964 and 1965 Gallery Ludwig Lange in West Berlin, Germany - 1977 Gallery Herbert Remmert and Dr. Barth in Dusseldorf in West Germany - 1981 Jack Savitt Gallery in Macungie, PA - 1981 and 1984 Heinz Ortleb Gallery, West Berlin, Germany - 1992 Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Show at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown, PA - 1997 Berks Art Alliance Show at the Reading Art Museum in Reading, PA - 1997 Mayfair Festival of the Arts at the Allentown Art Museum - 1998 Baum School of Art in Allentown, PA - 1997 Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center Art Show in Pennsburg, PA - 2001 Reading Public Museum in Reading PA, 2014 Solo Shows: Kutztown University in Kutztown, PA - 1960 and 1965 Allentown Art Museum in Allentown, PA - 1960 and 1961 Staempfli Gallery in New York City - 1962 Penn State University in University Park, PA - 1964 and 1972 Berks Art Alliance in Wyomissing, PA - 1966 Bertha Eccles Art Center in Ogden, Utah - 1967 Mansfield University in Mansfield, PA - 1967 Huntington Museum of Art in Huntington, WV - 1971 Shippensburg University in Shippensburg, PA - 1972 Albright College in Reading, PA - 1973 Ianuzzi Gallery in Scottsdale, AZ - 1974 Gallery Heimat 85 in West Berlin, Germany - 1977 Jack Savitt Gallery in Macungie, PA - 1981 College Misericordia in Dallas, PA - 1983 Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center in Pennsburg, PA, 2013 Periodical Reference: Kaye, Ellen "The Obsessive Collector," Philadelphia Inquirer Sunday Magazine Sptember 21, 1986 pp. 32-33. Chronology: 1-30-1934 Born in Berlin, Germany. Father, Kurt Ihlenfeld, Lutheran pastor, novelist, critic and publisher was born in 1901 in Colmar, Alsace Lorain. Mother, Annie Stuhlmann, was born in 1905 in Breslau, Lower Silesia. 1940 - 1950 Public schools in Berlin; Löwen, Lower Silesia; Coswig, Radebeul, Glaubitz, Saxony. Königin Luise-Gymnasium in Dahlem, Berlin. First artworks, drawings and paintings; few sculptures. 1950 - 1956 Studied at the Hochschule für Bildende Künste in West Berlin, Germany. Graduate work with metal sculptor Hans Uhlmann. For 2 years maintained own studio at the Academy. Friendship with writer Günter Grass, and painter F. S. Sonnenstern. Met painters: Max Pechstein, Karl Schmidt-Rottluff, Carl Hofer, Max Kaus, and sculptors: Bernhard Heiliger, Renee Sintenis, and Richard Scheibe. Opened own gallery in the Kurfürstendam area of Berlin. 1954 Traveled to West Germany, France, Barcelona, Spain (Balearic Islands), and Menorca for 3 months. 1957 First visit to the United States in Durham, NC. Participated in a group show at the Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC. Friendship with Dr. W. R. Valentiner, the Rembrandt authority and Director of the Museum of Art, Raleigh, NC. Work with metal sculptor Harry Bertoia in Bally, PA. Started own metal sculptures in Bertoia Studio. Traveled to Mexico and throughout the US. Visited Monte Alban, and Mitla-Oaxaca. Started collecting works of pre-Columbian art. Also African and South Pacific works of art and the works of children. 1958 Returned to West Berlin, Germany to open own workshop and gallery. Cooperation with his brother Bertram Ihlenfeld and brother-in-law, violinist Heinz Ortleb. Precise metal sculptures in various medias. 1959: Motion picture of the development of sculptures: Spiel in Stahl (Play in Steel), filmed by Dr. Hans Cürlis shown at the Bergamo Film Festival in Italy, in West Germany, and German Embassies in South America. 1960 Second visit to the United States. Cooperation with sculptor Harry Bertoia in Bally, PA. Friendship with Brigitta Valentiner Bertoia. Worked on large commissions. Met painter Willem DeKoonig, gallerist Georg W. Staempfli in New York City, and furniture maker George Nakashima in New Hope, PA. First one-man show of sculptures at Kutztown State College, Kutztown, PA. One-man show of sculptures at the Allentown Museum of Art under Director Hirsch. 1961 Traveled and studied archeological sites in Mexico (Monte Alban, Mitla-Oaxaca; Colima, Nayarit, Sinaloa, Patzcuaro, etc.). Collected pre-Columbian art in Mexico and New York City. Second one-man show at the Allentown Museum of Art (sculptures) under Director Caldwell. 1962 One-man show at Staempfli Gallery in New York City. Participated in various group shows at the gallery: "Twenty Sculptors" and "Recent Acquisitions". Met artists Marcel Duchamp and Salvador Dali; sculptors Alexander Calder and Alexander Lieberman. Participated in a major exhibition at the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum in New York City entitled "Modern Sculpture from the Joseph H. Hirshhorn Collection". 1963 Married Patricia A. Lambert of Springfield, PA. Harry Bertoia was their best man. 1964 One-man show at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA and a group show "Stone, Wood and Metal" at Staemplfi Gallery in New York City. First child, Paul Vincent born. 1965 Entered group show at Staempfli Gallery "Stone and Crystal". One-man show of graphics at Kutztown State Teachers College in Kutztown, PA. One-man show at Wyomissing Art Alliance, Reading, PA. 1966 Commissioned for a fountain sculpture at Kutztown State Teachers College, Kutztown, PA. Birth of twins, Phillip Sydney and Naomi Andrea. 1967 Artist-in-Residence at the Bertha Eccles Art Center, Ogden, Utah (received a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts). Met sculptor Larry Elsner. One-man show at Mansfield State College, Mansfield, PA. Fourth child born, Douglas Robinson. 1968 - 1969 Commissioned to create a large relief sculpture for the Emigrant Savings Bank at 5 East 42nd Street in Manhattan, New York City entitled: Heavenly Bodies, 250 ft. X 32 ft. (weighing 8 tons). Moved to the estate "Iron Masters Mansion", Barto, PA. 1970 - 1971 Artist-in-Residence at the Huntington Museum of Art, Huntington, WV (received a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts). One-man show at the Huntington Museum of Art. A movie was made of the exhibition by the Huntington Television Station. Met A. Moretti, sculptor of glass figures. One-man show at the old Sears and Roebuck mansion in Haverford, PA. 1971 - 1972 Artist-in-Residence at the Pennsylvania State University, University Park, PA (received a grant from the National Endowment of the Arts). Classes for drawing and experimental sculpture. One-man show at the Chambers Building and the Hetzel Union Building. Also Artist-in-Residence at Shippensburg State College, Shippensburg, PA. Commissioned to execute a sculpture for the new Library at the Shippensburg State College. Death of father, Kurt Ihlenfeld. 1973 Invitation to lecture and work with sculpture classes at Colorado State University, Denver, Colorado. One-man show at Albright College, Reading, PA. 1974 - 1976 Years of increased studies and work. Acquisition of a farm in Barto, PA. Built a new workshop. Works and lives with his wife and four children at the Barto, PA farm. New sculptures in iron, bronze, brass and wood. Traveled to Belgium, West Germany and Switzerland. One-man show at Gallery Heimat 85, West Berlin, Germany. One-man show at the Ianuzzi Gallery, Scottsdale, Arizona. Friendship with sculptor Tom Althouse and paintress Jane Mitchell. 1977 - 1981 Traveled to West Berlin. Works exhibited at Gallery Heimat 85, West Berlin. Also exhibited at Gallery Ludwig Lange. New workshop opened at parent's house in West Berlin. Many sculptures in steel, iron and bronze, some are represented at the Gallery Herbert Remmert and Dr. Barth, Düsseldorf, West Germany. Visited the Island of Korfu in Greece. New graphics. First visit to Italy. A fire at the farm destroyed two buildings, also 38 sculptures (created from 1950 to 1979), reliefs, graphics, correspondences, and various art collections. 1981 - 1984 One-man show and group shows at the Jack Savitt Gallery, Macungie, PA. One-man show at Misericordia College, Dallas, PA. 1984 - 1985 Change of direction. Painting in watercolor dominates sculptural work. Also greater interest in collecting other artists' work. One-man show at the James A. Caplan estate in Villanova, PA. 1989 Represented in the June 1989 Colonial Homes magazine. The article and photographs described the artist's life and his collections. 1992 Traveled to Europe, mainly living and working in Germany and Belgium. One-man show in Liegé, Belgium. Sculptures, drawings and paintings shown at the Heinz Ortleb Gallery, Berlin. Death of mother, Annie Ihlenfeld, in Berlin. 1994 - 1996 Restored a large barn at the farm with his son Phillip for extensive art collections and completed sculptures. Created sculpture garden at farm. 1996 Created many new bronze and brass sculptures during the winter months. Participated in the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Sculpture Show. Study tour to Bermuda with his wife. The semi-tropical plants and landscapes inspired new works. 1997: Traveled, study-tour, to St. Lucia, near Martinique, in the West Indies with his wife. This tropical environment was most inspiring. Participated in the Central Bucks Chamber of Commerce Sculpture Show at the James A. Michener Art Museum in Doylestown from June 13 to September 7, 1997. 1998 Entered the Berks County Art Alliance juried art show in the fall at the Reading Art Museum, Reading, PA. 1999 Travels and studies with family members of ruins near Oaxaca City, Oaxaca, Mexico (Monte Alban, Mitla, Dainzu, Teotitlan del Valle, Lambityeco, San Jose El Mogote, Yagul), the Rufino Tamayo Museum of Pre-Columbian Art, and the Regional Museum of Anthropology in Oaxaca City, in May. This is one of the most productive years in metal sculpting - forged iron and steel (many large scale works) all welded, new watercolors and art acquisitions. 2000 Sculptures entered in the Baum School Art Auction, Allentown, PA. 2001 Entered a group show of sculpture and paintings at the Schwenkfelder Library and Heritage Center, Pennsburg, PA. Continues to create new sculptures in iron, bronze, brass and wood. Also has continued to produce a wide variety of watercolor & other graphics large and small. 2002 Study tour to the Key West, Cozumel, Tulum, Belize and Nassau. Continues to produce many sculptures in bronze and iron. 2003 - 2004 Visited Niagara Falls, the Finger Lakes, Thousand Islands, Rockport, Maine and Concord, Massachusetts. Many inspirations for water colors and sculptures. 2005 - Exploring Maryland during the summer. First grandchild born in July, which was an extraordinary event. Painting many watercolors and continuing to work in forged iron. 2006 Sculptures entered in the PA Sinfonia Orchestra Art Auction, Allentown, PA. Continues to produce a wide variety of watercolors and bronze sculptures. Acquired over 200 African artifacts. Sculptures sold at David Rago Auctions in Lambertville, NJ. 2007-2008 Sculptures entered in the Baum School of Art Auction, Allentown, PA. Second grandchild born in July 2008 which was another spectacular event. Continues to produce a wide variety of watercolors, forged iron, and bronze sculptures. Acquired many old African artifacts. Sculptures sold at Sanford Alderfer Auctions in Hatfield, PA, and David Rago Auctions in Lambertville, NJ. 2009-2012 Exploring and enjoying Maryland and "Amish-land" Lancaster, PA locations during the summer. Continues to produce a wide variety of watercolors, jewelry, mixed-media, forged iron, and bronze sculptures. Sculptures sold at David Rago Auctions in Lambertville, NJ; Skinner Auctions in Boston; Wright in Chicago; Sotheby's in New York City (the Robert Isabell collection); Galerie Bassenge, Berlin, Germany; Samuel T. Freeman & Co, Philadelphia, PA; Alderfer Auctions in Hatfield, PA; and others from many collectors of his sculptures. 2013 Sculptures, combined with selections from his collection of African, American Indian, South Pacific and Pre-Columbian works of art are exhibited at the Schwenkfelder Library & Heritage Center in Pennsburg, PA from June 30 to September 29. His decades-long collection of art from all corners of the globe is a perfect complement to his organic modernist sculpture. 2014 A major exhibit at the Reading Public Museum in Reading, PA from February 8 to May 11 entitled "Ihlenfeld/Bertoia: an Artistic Friendship". The exhibition includes more than 60 works from all stages of Ihlenfeld's career including examples made from welded bronze and found objects. Additional works on paper and sculpture by Harry Bertoia help tell the story of collaboration and artistic influence. INSTITUTIONAL COLLECTIONS Everhart Museum of Art, Scranton, PA Allentown Art Museum, Allentown, PA Misericordia College, Dallas, PA Hirshhorn Museum, Washington, D.C. Huntington Museum, Huntington, W. Virginia Kutztown University, Kutztown, PA Penn State University, University Park, PA Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts Shippensburg University, Shippensburg, PA Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art, University of Oregon, Eugene Partial List of Collections in the US and Europe: The Late Vice President Nelson A. Rockefeller, Albany, NY; Joseph H. Hirshhorn, Washington, DC; Cultural Ambassador, Dr. Bruno E. Werner, Washington, DC; J. David Thompson, Pittsburgh, PA; Billy Wilder, Hollywood, CA; Ambassador Ferguson, Washington, DC; Dr. W. R. Valentiner, Raleigh, NC; Harry Bertoia and Brigitta Valentiner Bertoia, Barto, PA; David Steine, New York City; William A. and Muriel Rand, New York City; Robert Sarnoff, Jr., New York City; Georg W. Staempfli Gallery, New York City; Neiman Marcus, Dallas, TX; Sol Brody, Philadelphia, PA; Jack and Muriel Wolgin, Philadelphia, PA; Phillip and Muriel Berman, Allentown, PA; James Caplan, Villanova, PA; Anatol Holt, Milan, Italy; Houston Scott, Newport, RI; Mara Ianuzzi Gallery, Scottsdale, AZ; Bertram Ihlenfeld, Monterey, CA; Interstate Container Corporation, New York City; Robert Forsyth, Denver, CO; Dr. Howard Sokol, Pottstown, PA; Dr. Spencer Richmond, Pottstown, PA; Jon Harris Insurance Company, New York City; American Republic Insurance Company, New York City; Larry Katz, Philadelphia, PA; Curtis Brooks, Connecticut; Dr. Jerry Dersch, Reading, PA; Frank Mininni, Cincinnati, OH; Jack Savitt Gallery, Macungie, PA; Pearl Fox Gallery, Philadelphia, PA; Morris and Robin Satinsky, Villanova, PA; Hans Newman, Caracas, Venezuela; Dr. Emile Leclercq, Liegé, Belgium; Chester A. Beatty, London, England; The Laventhol Family, California; Wolfgang Boetcher, Berlin, Germany; Peter Oettel, Berlin, Germany
  • Creator:
    Klaus Ihlenfeld (1934, American)
  • Creation Year:
    ca. 1960
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 8 in (20.32 cm)Width: 5.5 in (13.97 cm)Depth: 3.25 in (8.26 cm)
  • Medium:
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  • Period:
  • Condition:
  • Gallery Location:
    Wilton Manors, FL
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU245214389562
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