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Medium: Oil
Seated Figure Clay Sculpture
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Seated Figure Modern Pre Columbian style, large sculpture edition 21/30, artist signed. Walter Bastianetto is an Italian born sculptor who moved to Mexico in the 1970s and resided ...
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1990s Modern Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Terracotta, Clay, Oil

Bedroom Brunette with Irises
Located in Palm Desert, CA
A sculpture by Tom Wesselmann. "Bedroom Brunette with Irises" is a contemporary wall sculpture, oil on cut-out aluminum by Blue Chip, Pop artist Tom Wesselmann. The work is unsigned. This piece was conceived in 1988 and frabricated by Lippincott Sculpture studio in 2004. Tom Wesselmann was born in Cincinnati Ohio on February 23 1931. He attended college from 1945-1951, first at the Hiram College in Ohio and then the University of Cincinnati, where he majored in psychology. He was drafted during the Korean War in 1952, and it was during this time that Wesselmann did his first cartoons. After he was discharged and had finished in degree in psychology, Wesselmann began to study drawing at the Art Academy of Cincinnati. He sold his first cartoon strips to two magazines, 1000 Jokes and True. In 1956, he was accepted to Cooper Union in New York and he continued his studies there. It was while he was studying in New York, specifically on a trip to the MoMA that Wesselmann became inspired by Robert Motherwell and Willem de Kooning. In 1958, a landscape painting trip to Cooper Union’s Green Camp in New Jersey brought him to the realization that he could make his career in painting, rather than cartooning. After graduation, Wesselmann became one of the founding members of the Judson Gallery, along with Marc Ratliff and Jim Dine. Wesselmann also began to teach art at a public school in Brooklyn and later at the High School of Art and Design. In 1961, Wesselmann began the series that would bring him to the attention of the art world, Great American Nude. After a dream concerning the phrase “red, white and blue”, Wesselmann decided to limit himself to a palette of only those colors (including colors like gold and khaki that are associated with patriotic motifs). This series incorporated representational images along the same patriotic theme, including American landscape photographs and portraits of the founding fathers. Wesselmann often collaged these images from magazines and discarded posters which required him to work in a much larger format than he was used to. As his works became larger and larger he approached advertisers directly to acquire billboards. Wesselmann’s first solo show was held in 1961 at Tanager Gallery. In 1962, Richard Bellamy gave him a one man exhibition at the Green Gallery. In 1962, Wesselmann participated in the group exhibition “New Realists” at the Sidney Janis Gallery and kicked off his international career. In that same year his first pieces with the title of Still Life, came about. In these works, Wesselmann concentrated on the juxtaposition of different elements, i.e. a cigarette ad...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Philippe Cognee Carved Painting Expressionist Wood Relief Sculpture African Art
Located in Surfside, FL
Roughly hewn and painted, carved wooden sculpture. Hand signed and dated. Provenance Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago, Illinois, (accompanied with copy of original invoice dated 1986.) This was from his show Out of Africa. Expressionist paintings and carved reliefs at the Richard Gray Gallery, Chicago His first one-man exhibition in the United States, the show featured multidimensional and multi-media work with influences from Africa and nature. Philippe Cognée...
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1980s Neo-Expressionist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Oil

Untitled 06 - 21st Century, Sculpture, Installation Art, Organic, Black, Metal
Located in Baden-Baden, DE
Untitled 06, 2016 Mixed media on metal sheet (Signed on reverse) 31 1/2 H × 70 9/10 W × 39 2/5 D in 80 H × 180 W × 100 D cm Zsolt Berszán’s work speaks of repulsion and fascination and at the same time speaks about shapes that lie on the border between hallucination and obsession wherein the identity and order were disrupted. Themes such as the double and the metamorphosis, otherwise put, themes of atrophied characters are all representations of the abject. Berszán’s creation is located at the fine border between the representation of identity and its dissolution thusly aiming to represent the non-symbolized. The dynamic separation and the transitional object...
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2010s Abstract Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Wire

"Retablo No. 5 (An Attic of Records)", Mixed Media Sculpture
Located in Chicago, IL
The intricate retablos of contemporary artist Patrick Fitzgerald are his means of paying homage to the musicians that inspired him throughout his life. Derived from Mexican votive...
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2010s Surrealist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Oil, Wood Panel, Mixed Media, Found Objects, Paper

"Retablo No. 4 (Blackbird)", Mixed Media Sculpture
Located in Chicago, IL
The intricate retablos of contemporary artist Patrick Fitzgerald are his means of paying homage to the musicians that inspired him throughout his life. Derived from Mexican votive...
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2010s Surrealist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Paper, Found Objects, Mixed Media, Oil, Wood Panel

Bronze Sculpture -- California Shorebird in the Waves
Located in Soquel, CA
Modern Bronze and Ceramic Sculpture of Silt Sandpiper in Waves. Beautiful bronze sculpture of iconic Californian Silt Sandpiper in the waves by Doris Ann Warner (American, 1925-2010...
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1970s American Realist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Beautiful Chaos Plane
Located in Dallas, TX
Every shape of Johannes Ehemann's artworks is 100% unique. Together with his eye & passion for photography, Johannes developed a combination of abstract creation, deconstruction and ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Oil, Acrylic

Vintage French Elegant Art Deco Signed Bronze Figural Sculpture La Coquette Rare
Located in Buffalo, NY
Vintage art deco bronze sculpture by Erte. Bronze. Signed.
Category

1980s Art Deco Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Abstract Figure Sculpture By Jim Coleman - Contemporary Art
Located in Carmel, CA
This masterwork is exhibited in the Zimmerman Gallery, Carmel CA. About The Artist: Jim Coleman is an up-and-coming talent in the world of sculpture, cele...
Category

2010s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Oil, Mahogany

Mid Century Sgraffito, Saltimbanque and the Card Player, Circle of Picasso.
Located in Cotignac, FR
Mid 20th Century sgraffito work on plaster by Jean Pierre de Cayeux. The work is signed and dated on the skirt of the card player, bottom right, and on the stretcher of the chair, bo...
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Mid-20th Century Modern Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Enamel

Green Swimmer - Contemporary Handmade Acrylic Resin Sculpture, Man Portrait
Located in Salzburg, AT
The sculpture was created and shaped by the artist using Acrylic One (which is an acrylic casting resin connection). The artist then painted this sculpture expressively with oil pain...
Category

2010s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Oil

Full Color Swimmer - Contemporary Handmade Acrylic Resin Sculpture, Man Portrait
Located in Salzburg, AT
The sculpture was created and shaped by the artist using Acrylic One (which is an acrylic casting resin connection). The artist then painted this sculpture expressively with oil pain...
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2010s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Oil, Resin

‘Reconstruction 2’
Located in London, GB
The self-portraits were destroyed and reconstituted, which saw Tucker scraping his own image o the glass then taking the dried slabs of paint and forcing them into a mesh which he h...
Category

2010s Abstract Expressionist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Oil

‘Reconstruction 3’ (self-portrait)
Located in London, GB
The self-portraits were destroyed and reconstituted, which saw Tucker scraping his own image o the glass then taking the dried slabs of paint and forcing them into a mesh which he h...
Category

2010s Abstract Expressionist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Oil

"IXTAPAN BURRO" G. HARVEY SCULPTURE. BRONZE DONKEY IN G. HARVEY BOOK
Located in San Antonio, TX
G. Harvey (Gerald Harvey Jones) (1933-2017) San Antonio, Austin, and Fredericksburg Artist Image Size: 9 inches across Frame Size: 10 inches tall Medium: Bronze Sculpture Dated 1982 "Ixtapan Burro" G. Harvey, known for paintings closely linked in mood and subject matter to Edouard Cortes [1882-1962], G Harvey creates romanticized street scenes of turn of the century towns in America. Rain slick streets reflect urban lights, and the weather is obviously cold. He grew up in the rugged hills north of San Antonio, Texas from where herds of longhorn cattle were once driven up dusty trails to the Kansas railheads. His grandfather was a trail boss at 18 and helped create an American legend for his grandson. So, the American West is not only the artist's inspiration but his birthright. Harvey's early interest in sketching and drawing slowly evolved into a passion for painting in oils. After graduating cum laude from North Texas State University, Harvey took a position with the University of Texas in Austin, but he soon realized that weekends and nights at the easel did not satisfy his love of painting. He abandoned the security of a full-time job in 1963 and threw his total energy into a fine art career. Harvey paints the spirit of America from its western hills and prairies to the commerce of its great cities. His original paintings and bronze sculptures are in the collections of major corporations, prestigious museums, the United States government, American presidents, governors, foreign leader and captains of industry. The Smithsonian Institution chose Harvey to paint The Smithsonian Dream, commemorating its 150th Anniversary. The Christmas Pageant of Peace commissioned Harvey to create a painting celebrating this national event. He has been the recipient of innumerable awards and the subject of three books. Today, G. Harvey lives in Fredericksburg, Texas, with his wife Pat in a 150-year-old stone home built by German settlers. His studio and residence are nestled within the Historic District of Fredericksburg. It is obligation of fine artists to present us with more than pretty pictures. They must also make us feel. Among the western painters of today, there is none more capable of accomplishing this than G. Harvey. In his paintings, the viewer into only sees the physical elements of his subject, but also senses the mood that surrounds them. It is a remarkable aspect of fine art, which few artists are able to master. Gerald Harvey Jones was born in San Antonio, Texas, in 1933. His grandfather was a cowboy during the trail-driving era when legends grew up along the dusty trails north from Texas. Family stories of wild cattle and tough men were absorbed by a wide-eyed boy and became the genesis of G. Harvey's art. A graduate in fine arts at North Texas State University, Harvey taught full-time and painted nights and weekends for several years. It was through painting that he found his greatest satisfaction, and his native central Texas hill country provided the inspiration for most of his earliest work. With the development of his talent and the growth of his following, Harvey began to expand his artistic horizons. He left teaching and concentrated on a career in fine art. He sought the essence that is Texas and found it not only along the banks of the Guadalupe, but in cow camps west of the Pecos, and in the shadows of tall buildings in big Texas cities. The streets of Dallas once echoed with the sound of horse's hooves and the jingle of spurs. Historic photographs reveal what it looked like, but only an artist like Harvey can enable a viewer to experience the mood and flavor or the time. Contemporary west art has too often centered on the literal representations from its roots in illustrations. Artists like G. Harvey take us a step further, to the subjective impressions that are unique to each great talent, and which constitutes something special and basic to fine art expression. Harvey is a soft-spoken and unassuming man who cares deeply about what he paints without becoming maudlin or melodramatic. We sense there is more in each Harvey painting than just that which is confined to the canvas. Resources include: The American West: Legendary Artists of the Frontier, Dr. Rick Stewart, Hawthorne Publishing Company, 1986 Artist G. Harvey grew up in the rugged hills north of San Antonio, Texas from where herds of longhorn cattle were once driven up dusty trails to the Kansas railheads. His grandfather was a trail boss at 18 and helped create an American legend. So, the American West is not only the artist's inspiration but his birthright. Harvey's early interest in sketching and drawing slowly evolved into a passion for painting in oils. After graduation cum laude from North Texas State University, Harvey took a position with the University of Texas in Austin, but he soon realized that weekends and nights at the easel did not satisfy his love of painting. He abandoned the security of a full-time job in 1963 and threw his total energy into a fine art career. Two years as a struggling artist followed, but 1965 brought acclaim for the artist's first prestigious show, The Grand National exhibition in New York, and the American Artists' Professional League presented him with their New Master's Award. President Lyndon Johnson discovered his fellow Texan's talent, became a Harvey collector and introduced John Connally to the artist's work. Connally was enthusiastic about Harvey's art, and, on one occasion, he presented a G. Harvey original to each governor of Mexico's four northern states. Harvey paints the spirit of America from its western hills and prairies to the commerce of its great cities. His original paintings and bronze sculptures are in the collections of major corporations, prestigious museums, the United States government, American presidents, governors, foreign leader and captains of industry. The Smithsonian Institution chose Harvey to paint The Smithsonian Dream commemorating its 150th Anniversary. The Christmas Pageant of Peace commissioned Harvey to create a painting celebrating this national event. He has been the recipient of innumerable awards and the subject of three books. Through his art, our history lives. Today, G. Harvey lives in Fredericksburg, Texas, with his wife Pat in a 150-year-old stone home built by German settlers. His studio and residence are nestled within the Historic District of Fredericksburg. Gerald Harvey Jones, better known as G. Harvey, grew up in the Texas Hill Country listening to his father and grandfather tell stories about ranch life, frontier days in Texas, and driving cattle across the Red River. Early in his career, he began to draw inspiration from that collective memory for paintings that would eventually earn him the reputation as one of America's most recognized and successful artists. His art is rooted in the scenic beauty of the land he grew up in and the staunch independence of the people who live there. He says, "My paintings have never been literal representations. They are part first-hand experience, and part dreams generated by those early stories I heard. They are a product of every place I have been, everything I have ever seen and heard." G. Harvey graduated from North Texas State University. He taught in Austin, but continued to study art in his spare time, eventually devoting full time to his painting. The year 1965 was a turning point when he won the prestigious New Masters Award in the American Artist Professional League Grand National Exhibition in New York. It is often said that in viewing a work of art, one is granted a unique look into the thoughts and expressions of values that give meaning to the artist work. Nowhere does this ring truer than the art of G. Harvey. Though Harvey has had nearly two decades of sell-out shows, an outstanding honor came with a series of one-man shows in Washington, D.C. in 1991. The first was at the National Archives featuring his paintings of the Civil War era, then a selection of paintings of notable Washington landmarks was exhibited at the Treasury Department, culminating in a one-man show of 35 paintings at the Smithsonian Institution during their exhibition of The All-American Horse. His work was featured in Gilcrease Museum exhibitions from 1992-1997. In 1987 his alma matter...
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1980s Impressionist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Leslie Fry, Untitled (Cuffed 1), green fantastical sculptures of female hand
Located in New York, NY
A 2023 recipient of the Vermont Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, Leslie Fry is represented in this show with fantastical sculptures of female hands, titled the “Cuffed” series. Tensely poised and mannered gestures, inspired by Parmigianino and Caravaggio, cascade into blooms and barnacles, creating a mesmerizing visual dissonance. This elision of romance and rigidity both draws attention to the limitations of the female form and liberates it from the constraints of reality. Leslie Fry’s works have been exhibited internationally at such venues as Kunsthaus in Hamburg, Zwitscher Machine Gallery in Berlin, Hangaram Art Museum in Seoul, Windspiel Galerie in Vienna, Couvent des Cordeliers in Paris, Artists Space and Wave Hill in New York, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum near Boston, and Centre des Arts Visuels in Montreal. Her public sculptures have been commissioned in New York, South Korea, Montreal, Florida, Wisconsin, and Vermont; public collections include Tufts University, Songchu International Sculpture Park, Freehand New York, Kohler Arts Center, Tampa Museum of Art, Fleming Museum of Art, Musée d’art de Joliette, and St. Petersburg, Florida’s Museum of Fine Arts. Fry’s M.F.A. is from Bard College, and her B.A. is from the University of Vermont, with a Foundation year at the Central School of Art in London. She currently lives and works in Winooski, VT. Artist Statement: #1 My hands reach, touch, and shape. Hands let go and receive; they try to hold things and to hold things together. Some of my images of hands are derived from Mannerist paintings by Parmigianino and Caravaggio, and are ink-washed onto vintage tablecloths...
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2010s Abstract Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Oil

Leslie Fry, Untitled (Cuffed 2), pink fantastical sculpture of female hand
Located in New York, NY
A 2023 recipient of the Vermont Governor’s Award for Excellence in the Arts, Leslie Fry is represented in this show with fantastical sculptures of female hands, titled the “Cuffed” series. Tensely poised and mannered gestures, inspired by Parmigianino and Caravaggio, cascade into blooms and barnacles, creating a mesmerizing visual dissonance. This elision of romance and rigidity both draws attention to the limitations of the female form and liberates it from the constraints of reality. Leslie Fry’s works have been exhibited internationally at such venues as Kunsthaus in Hamburg, Zwitscher Machine Gallery in Berlin, Hangaram Art Museum in Seoul, Windspiel Galerie in Vienna, Couvent des Cordeliers in Paris, Artists Space and Wave Hill in New York, deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum near Boston, and Centre des Arts Visuels in Montreal. Her public sculptures have been commissioned in New York, South Korea, Montreal, Florida, Wisconsin, and Vermont; public collections include Tufts University, Songchu International Sculpture Park, Freehand New York, Kohler Arts Center, Tampa Museum of Art, Fleming Museum of Art, Musée d’art de Joliette, and St. Petersburg, Florida’s Museum of Fine Arts. Fry’s M.F.A. is from Bard College, and her B.A. is from the University of Vermont, with a Foundation year at the Central School of Art in London. She currently lives and works in Winooski, VT. Artist Statement: #1 My hands reach, touch, and shape. Hands let go and receive; they try to hold things and to hold things together. Some of my images of hands are derived from Mannerist paintings by Parmigianino and Caravaggio, and are ink-washed onto vintage tablecloths...
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2010s Abstract Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Oil

Portrait
Located in Belgrade, MT
This lithograph is a piece of my private collection from artists of the 20th Century. It is original, signed by artist and numbered 217/220. It is vibrant in color and in very good...
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Mid-20th Century Abstract Expressionist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Plate Glass, Oil, Lithograph, Watercolor

Israeli Modernist Oil Painting Abstract "Moonlight" Bezalel School
Located in Surfside, FL
Abstract oil painting titled Moon Light. it is signed in hebrew. it is not dated. inscription in Hebrew refers to a museum exhibition. MORDECHAI AVNIEL Minsk, Belarus, b. 1900, d. 1989 Mordecai Dickstein (later Avniel) was born in 1900 in Minsk, present-day Belarus. He studied fine arts in Yekaterinburg, Russia (1913–19) and at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem (1923). Avniel immigrated to Palestine in 1921 where he first worked as a pioneer in citrus plantations near Petah Tikva. In 1923, at the urging of Boris Schatz, he went to Jerusalem to further his art studies at Bezalel. He later taught painting and sculpture at the school, and served a term as director of the Small Sculpture Section of the Sculpture Department (1924–28). From 1935 on, Avniel lived in Haifa. Avniel was also a lawyer and a founding partner of the Haifa firm Avniel, Salomon & Company. Avniel regularly showed his work in group exhibitions of the Painters and Sculptors' Association of Israel. He was awarded the Herman Struck Prize (1952), Tenth Anniversary Prize for Watercolours, Ramat Gan (1958), Histadrut Prize (1961), and First Prize Haifa Municipality (1977). He represented Israel at the 1958 Venice Biennale and the 1962 International Art Seminar at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Avniel was a member of the Artists' Colony in Safed and maintained a studio on Mount Carmel. Mordechai Avniel is best known for his deft and singular landscape work. His works are held in numerous museums and collections both in Israel and abroad, including the Metropolitan Museum, New York and the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA. Avniel's manipulations of light and colour share much with those of compatriot artists Shimshon Holzman and Joseph Kossonogi. Education 1913-19 Art School of Katrinburg, Russia 1923 Bezalel School of Art, Jerusalem Selected exhibitions: 2004: Our Landscape: Notes on Landscape Painting in Israel, University of Haifa Art Gallery, Haifa (online catalogue) 1965: Mordechai Avniel Retrospective, Haifa Municipality Museum of Modern Art, Haifa 1964: Galerie Synthèse, Paris 1962: New York University, New York 1961: Rina Gallery of Modern Art, Jerusalem The Autumn Exhibition Rina Gallery, Jerusalem Artists: Dedi Ben Shaul...
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20th Century Abstract Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Candy Man
Located in BARCELONA, ES
MARC GONZ   THE HIDDEN GAZE     When confronted with the universe of Marc Gonz, we discover creations that seem to be the result of a working session of a hyperactive action painter ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Conceptual Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Mixed Media, Oil

A piggybank, circa 1960s, cold-painted iron, with a coin-slot
Located in London, GB
A piggybank, 19th/early 20th Century, cold-painted iron, with a coin-slot in his back 9 x 17 x 7 in. (22.8 x 43.2 x 17.8 cm.)
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Early 1900s Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Canvas, Oil

1940s Israeli Modernist Oil Painting Marine Harbor Landscape Bezalel School
Located in Surfside, FL
Seascape with mountain and boats in harbour. it is signed in hebrew and English. it is not dated. MORDECHAI AVNIEL Minsk, Belarus, b. 1900, d. 1989 Mordecai Dickstein (later Avniel) was born in 1900 in Minsk, present-day Belarus. He studied fine arts in Yekaterinburg, Russia (1913–19) and at the Bezalel Academy of Art and Design, Jerusalem (1923). Avniel immigrated to Palestine in 1921 where he first worked as a pioneer in citrus plantations near Petah Tikva. In 1923, at the urging of Boris Schatz, he went to Jerusalem to further his art studies at Bezalel. He later taught painting and sculpture at the school, and served a term as director of the Small Sculpture Section of the Sculpture Department (1924–28). From 1935 on, Avniel lived in Haifa. Avniel was also a lawyer and a founding partner of the Haifa firm Avniel, Salomon & Company. Avniel regularly showed his work in group exhibitions of the Painters and Sculptors' Association of Israel. He was awarded the Herman Struck Prize (1952), Tenth Anniversary Prize for Watercolours, Ramat Gan (1958), Histadrut Prize (1961), and First Prize Haifa Municipality (1977). He represented Israel at the 1958 Venice Biennale and the 1962 International Art Seminar at Fairleigh Dickinson University. Avniel was a member of the Artists' Colony in Safed and maintained a studio on Mount Carmel. Mordechai Avniel is best known for his deft and singular landscape work. His works are held in numerous museums and collections both in Israel and abroad, including the Metropolitan Museum, New York and the Carnegie Institute, Pittsburgh, PA. Avniel's manipulations of light and colour share much with those of compatriot artists Shimshon Holzman and Joseph Kossonogi. Education 1913-19 Art School of Katrinburg, Russia 1923 Bezalel School of Art, Jerusalem Selected exhibitions: 2004: Our Landscape: Notes on Landscape Painting in Israel, University of Haifa Art Gallery, Haifa (online catalogue) 1965: Mordechai Avniel Retrospective, Haifa Municipality Museum of Modern Art, Haifa 1964: Galerie Synthèse, Paris 1962: New York University, New York 1961: Rina Gallery of Modern Art, Jerusalem The Autumn Exhibition Rina Gallery, Jerusalem Artists: Dedi Ben Shaul...
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20th Century Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Canvas, Oil

Fantasy Female Sculpture
Located in Douglas Manor, NY
4065 Hand painted surreal resin sculpture
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1960s Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Resin, Oil

Book Stack 2
Located in Mill Valley, CA
A sculpture of wood, porcelain, fabric, and oil paint.
Category

2010s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain, Fabric, Wood, Oil

Loner
Located in New York, NY
Dionisios Fragias is a New York -based artist born on the Greek island of Kefalonia and raised in New York City. He is the protege of the artist Jeff Koons whose years-long mentorshi...
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2010s Surrealist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Steel, Stainless Steel

Many Directions-Wall sculpture-found metal collage of woman & children
Located in Columbus, OH
Judith Hoyt's work is included in the collections of the Guggenheim Museum (New York), Pennsylvania Academy of Arts (Philadelphia), The Smithsonian Museum,...
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Early 2000s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Metal

West Water World Sushi Bar
Located in West Hollywood, CA
ABOUT THE ARTIST - Aaron Sheppard was born in 1976, York, Nebraska, He lives and works in Joshua Tree, California. "Fragmenting static ideas of sexuality and gender identity, he use...
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2010s Surrealist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Metal

David Hostetler Figurative Sculpture Torso Gold Plaster Midcentury Rough Surface
Located in Nantucket, MA
Torso 1955 is a cast plaster with oil paint to resemble a bronze cast. The base is wood, carved, sanded and painted. The base shows slight wear on corners. The sculpture is perfect. ...
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1950s Feminist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Plaster, Oil

Inevitability
Located in Santa Monica, CA
From the Post Conception series.
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21st Century and Contemporary Surrealist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Oil, Polymer

The Resurrection of Christ, polychrome wood carved sculpture. German Rococo.
Located in Brooklyn, NY
Certified by Rosario Coppel in Spain. The Resurrection of Christ Polychrome wood 43 cm high (38 cm from head to feet) Base: 10 x 10 cm "The diagonal composition, the posture, the s...
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Mid-18th Century Rococo Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Oil

Listed American Female Folk Art Layered Constructed Sculptural Oil Painting
Located in Buffalo, NY
Sculptural folk art piece by listed artist Sharon Yavis. This work is constructed by applying layers of wood to create an almost three dimensional effect ...
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1980s Folk Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Oil

"Case Runner, " Mixed Media Sculpture
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Working from found materials, Fitzgerald constructs miniature soap box cars...
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21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wire

Artist's Palette - unique mixed media work (from the Estate of Met Museum EVP)
Located in New York, NY
JANE HAMMOND with ARDEN MASON (Jane Hammond is a renowned contemporary artist and Arden Mason is a celebrated 'plein air" painter) Artist's Palette (from the Estate of...
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Early 2000s American Impressionist Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Plastic, Sailcloth, Chalk, Fabric, Wood, Oil, Mixed Media, Paper

"Senzo Titulo (Michelangelo Antonioni), " Mixed-media Sculpture, 2022
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his miniature car sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Born from a fascination with the soap box...
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21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wood, Paper, Mixed Media, Oil

"Grocery Getter, " Mixed-Media Sculpture
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Working from found materials, Fitzgerald constructs miniature soap box cars...
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wire

"XMITTER" Helmet & Jacket Sculpture
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Working from found materials, Fitzgerald constructs miniature soap box cars...
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21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Wire

ONLY
Located in New York, NY
LESLEY DILL ONLY, 2004 bronze, paint, ink, wire, thread 58 x 19 x 14 in. 147.3 x 48.3 x 35.6 cm.
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Early 2000s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Bronze, Wire

Crow Pot
Located in Santa Fe, NM
Gourd pot sculpture made of traditional materials of pine needles with beeswax sealant, gourd lined with pine sap, oil paint on applied primed canvas, cotton cloth, feathers, loom be...
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2010s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Textile, Oil

Rapture Pot
Located in Santa Fe, NM
Gourd pot sculpture made of traditional materials of pine needles with beeswax sealant, gourd lined with pine sap, oil paint on applied primed canvas, cotton cloth, feathers, loom be...
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2010s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Textile, Oil

Pony Pot
Located in Santa Fe, NM
Gourd pot sculpture made of traditional materials of pine needles with beeswax sealant, gourd lined with pine sap, oil paint on applied primed canvas, cotton cloth, feathers, loom be...
Category

2010s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Textile, Oil

Moi, Flags, Cats and Poppies, Very Large Scale Mixed Media 'Assemblage'
Located in Cotignac, FR
Imposing and very large scale mixed media 'assemblage' by French artist Armand Avril. The work includes the French tricolour flag, figures and heads in various poses, his symbolic cat sculptures and large stylised poppies. The work is not signed but comes with a certificate of authenticity from the artist. This montage fully demonstrates Avril's inspiration drawn from tribal art whilst also expressing the humour and joy that he puts into all his work. A very strong sculptural image and a feast for the eyes in searching for and recognising the everyday objects used in making this piece come alive. This montage is made from wood pieces, bottle tops, string, paint, cork, nails buttons, clothes pegs and netting. The more sculpted areas of the piece stand out up to 4cm from the frame. Armand Avril was born in 1926 in Lyon. His father, Marcel Avril was a painter and collector of African art. At 16 Armand became an apprentice shepherd in Provence. Avril could always be seen equipped with a sketchbook and a book on the history of art whilst tending his flock. It was not until the age of 30, in 1956, that Armand embarked on painting as an autodidact, influenced by Raoul Dufy, Pierre Bonnard, Henri Matisse and the Lyonnaise School of Painting. He exhibited for the first time in 1957. In 1960, he left for a one-year trip to Africa. There he met the painter Jean Arène who introduced him to the village of Cotignac in the Var and to Louis Pons...
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Late 20th Century Tribal Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Metal

Outsider Art Wall Sculpture: 'Numbers'
Located in New York, NY
Gérard Cambon was born in 1960 in Toulouse (Fr). He has a degree in political science and is a self-taught artist. In the earlier years of his life practiced and experimented with collage and model making. Later, with an interest in old machines and patinas he started collecting old and used objects, tools, and fragments of items whose previous lives remained obvious. When he travels, one of his greatest pleasures is to find materials in antique shops or ironmongeries. In 1994, he began creating Locomobiles and reliefs and presented them to the public for the first time at “La Jeune Peinture,” a Parisian art fair. In 1995 , he stayed during 8 months in the hospital for eight months (leukaemia) where he began preparing and creating plans for new Locomobiles and reliefs. As his health improved, he committed himself to his artwork and during the same year met a Parisian gallery owner who decided to organize a solo show for him, Le Galerie Beatrice Soulie in Saint Germain des Pres. He has shown his work since 1996 in Paris and since 2000 in the United States (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle). He is currently being shown by galleries in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg , Denmark, and the United States. He keeps on trying out new materials (fabric, leather, glass, plants, metals,…) that he integrates into his bas-reliefs: traction engines...
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2010s Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Metal

Outsider Art Wall Sculpture: 'It's Time'
Located in New York, NY
Gérard Cambon was born in 1960 in Toulouse (Fr). He has a degree in political science and is a self-taught artist. In the earlier years of his life practiced and experimented with collage and model making. Later, with an interest in old machines and patinas he started collecting old and used objects, tools, and fragments of items whose previous lives remained obvious. When he travels, one of his greatest pleasures is to find materials in antique shops or ironmongeries. In 1994, he began creating Locomobiles and reliefs and presented them to the public for the first time at “La Jeune Peinture,” a Parisian art fair. In 1995 , he stayed during 8 months in the hospital for eight months (leukaemia) where he began preparing and creating plans for new Locomobiles and reliefs. As his health improved, he committed himself to his artwork and during the same year met a Parisian gallery owner who decided to organize a solo show for him, Le Galerie Beatrice Soulie in Saint Germain des Pres. He has shown his work since 1996 in Paris and since 2000 in the United States (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle). He is currently being shown by galleries in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg , Denmark, and the United States. He keeps on trying out new materials (fabric, leather, glass, plants, metals,…) that he integrates into his bas-reliefs: traction engines...
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2010s Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Metal

Outsider Art Wall Sculpture: 'L’usine (IV)'
Located in New York, NY
Gérard Cambon was born in 1960 in Toulouse (Fr). He has a degree in political science and is a self-taught artist. In the earlier years of his life practiced and experimented with collage and model making. Later, with an interest in old machines...
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2010s Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Metal

Seated Woman With Child Terra-Cotta Sculpture
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Seated Mother And Child, Modern Pre Columbian style large sculpture edition 1/30, artist signed. Walter Bastianetto is an Italian born sculptor who moved to Mexico in the 1970s an...
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1990s Modern Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Clay, Terracotta, Oil

Outsider Art Wall Sculpture: 'Les fleurs du mal (II)'
Located in New York, NY
Gérard Cambon was born in 1960 in Toulouse (Fr). He has a degree in political science and is a self-taught artist. In the earlier years of his life practiced and experimented with collage and model making. Later, with an interest in old machines and patinas he started collecting old and used objects, tools, and fragments of items whose previous lives remained obvious. When he travels, one of his greatest pleasures is to find materials in antique shops or ironmongeries. In 1994, he began creating Locomobiles and reliefs and presented them to the public for the first time at “La Jeune Peinture,” a Parisian art fair. In 1995 , he stayed during 8 months in the hospital for eight months (leukaemia) where he began preparing and creating plans for new Locomobiles and reliefs. As his health improved, he committed himself to his artwork and during the same year met a Parisian gallery owner who decided to organize a solo show for him, Le Galerie Beatrice Soulie in Saint Germain des Pres. He has shown his work since 1996 in Paris and since 2000 in the United States (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle). He is currently being shown by galleries in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg , Denmark, and the United States. He keeps on trying out new materials (fabric, leather, glass, plants, metals,…) that he integrates into his bas-reliefs: traction engines...
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2010s Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Metal

Outsider Art Wall Sculpture: 'Electric Factory'
Located in New York, NY
Gérard Cambon was born in 1960 in Toulouse (Fr). He has a degree in political science and is a self-taught artist. In the earlier years of his life practiced and experimented with c...
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2010s Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Metal

Outsider Art Wall Sculpture: 'TEXACO'
Located in New York, NY
Gérard Cambon was born in 1960 in Toulouse (Fr). He has a degree in political science and is a self-taught artist. In the earlier years of his life practiced and experimented with collage and model making. Later, with an interest in old machines and patinas he started collecting old and used objects, tools, and fragments of items whose previous lives remained obvious. When he travels, one of his greatest pleasures is to find materials in antique shops or ironmongeries. In 1994, he began creating Locomobiles and reliefs and presented them to the public for the first time at “La Jeune Peinture,” a Parisian art fair. In 1995 , he stayed during 8 months in the hospital for eight months (leukaemia) where he began preparing and creating plans for new Locomobiles and reliefs. As his health improved, he committed himself to his artwork and during the same year met a Parisian gallery owner who decided to organize a solo show for him, Le Galerie Beatrice Soulie in Saint Germain des Pres. He has shown his work since 1996 in Paris and since 2000 in the United States (New York, Los Angeles, Chicago, Seattle). He is currently being shown by galleries in France, Belgium, Switzerland, Luxembourg , Denmark, and the United States. He keeps on trying out new materials (fabric, leather, glass, plants, metals,…) that he integrates into his bas-reliefs: traction engines...
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2010s Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Metal

"Maquette Car, " Mixed-Media Sculpture
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his miniature car sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Born from a fascination with the soap box...
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21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Fabric, Wood, Paper, Mixed Media, Oil, Acrylic

"Neapolitan Car, " Mixed-Media Sculpture
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his miniature car sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Born from a fascination with the soap box...
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21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Wood, Fabric, Paper, Mixed Media, Oil, Acrylic

GOWN OF BLUEPRINT
Located in New York, NY
hand-painted metal with oil paint on metal armature text by Tom Sleigh: BLUEPRINT - 2007 I had a blueprint of history in my head — it was a history of the martyrs of love, the fool...
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2010s Contemporary Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Metal

The Future Has Been A Terrific Disappointment (2022)
Located in Jersey City, NJ
Aerosol, oil and wood stain on reclaimed oak wood by street artist and muralist RH Doaz. Earth tones, metallic, folk art style, inspired by Hungarian textiles...
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2010s Street Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Wood, Found Objects, Oil, Spray Paint

Colors of the Real World 71 (2022)
Located in Jersey City, NJ
Aerosol, oil and wood stain on reclaimed oak wood by street artist and muralist RH Doaz. Earth tones, metallic, folk art style, inspired by Hungarian textiles...
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2010s Street Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Wood, Found Objects, Oil, Spray Paint

"Pexto Car, " Mixed-Media Sculpture, 2019
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his miniature car sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Born from a fascination with the soap box derby cars of his youth, eac...
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21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Wood, Paper, Mixed Media, Oil, Acrylic

"Yesterday, " Mixed-Media Sculpture
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Working from found materials, Fitzgerald constructs miniature soap box cars and the ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Metal

"Iron Sponge Car, " Mixed Media Sculpture, 2019
Located in Chicago, IL
Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald uses his works as a means of resurrecting the idyllic worlds he once found in the industrial surroundings of his youth. Raised in Grand Rapids...
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21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Wood, Paper, Mixed Media, Oil, Acrylic

"New York Blower Car, " Mixed-Media Sculpture, 2019
Located in Chicago, IL
To Chicago-based artist Patrick Fitzgerald, his miniature car sculptures are a means of traveling through time. Born from a fascination with the soap bo...
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21st Century and Contemporary Outsider Art Oil Figurative Sculptures

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Wood, Acrylic, Oil, Mixed Media, Paper

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