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Medium: Bronze
Francisco Zuniga Bronze Sculpture, 1964, "Desnudo Acostada"
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Francisco Zuniga bronze sculpture, Nude Lying Down. Edition: 3. #377 in the Zuniga catalog raisonne. Titled: "Desnudo Acostado". Measures: 6 7/8" H x 18" L x 19" W not including the...
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1960s Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

P.E. Guerin, New York Bronze Mercury - 19th Century
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Pierre Emmanuel Guerin, (American, NY, NY born France, 1833-1911). Large PE Guerin foundry bronze casting of Mercury. Measures 36"h x 11"w x 8" across. Rests on a decorative bronze...
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19th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Erte Figurative Bronze Sculpture, 1988 - "Stranded"
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Erte Original Bronze Sculpture - Beautiful Female Figure. Ed: 375. Published by Chalk & Vermillion, 1988. The work is in mint condition. Title: “Stranded.” Measures: 20"h x...
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1980s Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Robert Garret Thew American Sculptor Rare Art Deco Bronze Cigar Stand, Penguin
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Fabulous deco penguin design- bronze cigar stand by Connecticut sculptor Robert Garret Thew, (1892-1964). Signed on the base "G.Thew" and dated 1929. In excellent condition with a be...
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Early 20th Century Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Bruno Zach Deco Bronze Sculpture, 1925, Native American Subject
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Beautifully cast deco Austrian bronze titled: “Indian Brave on Charging Horse.” Sitz on a marble plinth. The figure has a cold painted buckskin colored shirt and pant. Signed on base...
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Early 20th Century Modern Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Werkstatte Hagenauer Wien Bronze African Female
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Hagenauer African woman, portrait in bronze. Beautiful patina. Black subject. Marked Atelier Hagenauer Wien, Made in Austria. Measures: 9" height x 5" width x 3.5" depth.
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Mid-20th Century Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Paolo Soleri Original Bronze Sculpture - Winged Angel Form
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Bronze angel sculpture by architect and artist Paolo Soleri (1910-2013). Soleri is well-known for his experimental Community, Arcosanti, just n...
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Mid-20th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Francisco Zuniga Bronze Sculpture, 1965, "Juchiteca Sentada"
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Francisco Zuniga bronze sculpture. Seated female. Edition: 5. #467 in the Zuniga catalog raisonne. Titled: "Juchiteca Sentada". Measures: 8 1/2" H x 10 1/2" L x 11 3/4" W (not including the 1 ½" wood plinth). Signed Zuniga and numbered 111/V. Created 1965. A Letter of Authenticity issued by the Zuniga foundation (and son Ariel Zuniga...
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1960s Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Francisco Zuniga Bronze Sculpture, 1964, Reclining Mother with Shawl
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Zuniga bronze, edition: 3. #472 catalog raisonne: "Madre Reclinada con Rebozo". Measures: 5 3/4" H x 12" L x 8" W not including the wood plinth. Signed Zuniga and dated 1964. "Letter of Authenticity", issued by the Zuniga foundation (and son Ariel Zuniga...
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Mid-20th Century Modern Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Eugene Marioton French Bronze, circa 1890s, “Fascinator” Snake Charmer
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Bronze by Eugene Marioton (1857-1933) French Artist. “Fascinator” (Snake Charmer), created late 19th century Sculpture measures 20 1/2" H x 9" L x 9 1/2" W. Siot Decauville Foundry -...
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Late 19th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Allan Houser Native American Modernist Bronze Sculpture, 1989, "Watching"
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Beautiful, large Allan Houser bronze titled "Watching." The piece is signed "Allan Houser" and numbered 11 of the edition of 12. The bronze measures 23"h (including the 1" wooden pli...
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Late 20th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Donal Hord Bronze Sculpture, 1926, “Kneeling Indians”
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Donal hord bronze sculpture, 1926. “Kneeling Indians” 10" H x 9" W x 9" D. A bronze stand with a kneeling Indian at each corner bearing a bronze bowl. Two Pieces. In excellent condi...
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Early 20th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Antonio de Fillipo Bronze Sculpture, Great Dane
Located in Phoenix, AZ
This wonderful bronze by Antonio de Fillipo (1900-1993) depicts the regal Great Dane. It bears a warm, satiny patina and is in excellent condition. The dog stands 10" high x 13" long...
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Mid-20th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Allan Houser Native American Modernist Bronze Sculpture, 1980 - "Night Watch"
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Beautiful, large Allan Houser bronze titled “Night Watch" and dated 1980. The piece is signed "Allan Houser" and numbered 19 of the edition of 20. The bronze measures 11 1/2"h (inclu...
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1980s Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Warren Wheelock Bronze Sculpture, circa 1930s, Boy and Rabbit
By Warren Wheelock
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Excellent bronze of boy and rabbit measuring 15 1/4"H x 5 1/2"W x 5"L. By Massachusetts/New Mexico/New York artist Warren Wheelock (1880-1960). The work...
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Mid-20th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Flamboyant Bird, Bronze Sculpture by Christopher Marvell
Located in Kingsclere, GB
Flamboyant Bird, Bronze Sculpture by Christopher Marvell Additional information: Medium: Bronze 37 x 51 x 18 cm 14 5/8 x 20 1/8 x 7 1/8 in Edition V Christopher Marvell was born in...
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20th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Donal Hord Bronze Sculpture, 1927, “Dying Warriors”
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Donal Hord bronze sculpture, 1927. “Dying Warriors” Sits on a 2" wooden plinth. In excellent condition. Inscribed “D.H.” underneath the bronze on the plinth. Measures 11"H x 10"W x ...
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Early 20th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Harriet Frishmuth Bronze Sculpture, 1925 - "Crest of the Wave"
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Beautiful bronze by N.Y./Connecticut artist Harriet Frishmuth (1880-1980). It depicts a graceful nude, Frishmuth’s best subject, and is titled “Cre...
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1920s Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Allan Houser Native American Bronze Modernist Sculpture - "Waiting"
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Allan Houser Native American Bronze Modernist Sculpture created 1978. Beautiful, large Allan Houser bronze - female figure titled "Waiting." The...
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1970s Modern Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Frank Vittor Italian/American Sculptor Mother and Child Bronze, 1915
By Frank Vittor
Located in Phoenix, AZ
Frank Vittor (1888-1966) important bronze of mother and child. Signed by the artist “F. Vittor” and dated 1915. Also bears the foundry mark. Measures 12 1/2"h x 12 ½”w x 9"long. Bronze rests on a 1 ½ inch marble plinth. Artist born in Italy, studied with Rodin. The foundry is the National Art bronze works. The bronze was converted to a lamp at one point, and still bears a threaded tube projecting from the lower base approximately ½ inch. Frank Vittor (January, 6, 1888 - January 24, 1968) was an Italian immigrant to the United States who became famous as a sculptor. Vittor was born in Mozzato, Como, a suburb of Milan, Italy. He studied art in Milan at the Academy of Beres and then traveled to Paris, France to study under Auguste Rodin. When Vittor was 18, in 1906, U.S. architect Stanford White brought Vittor to New York to work on his staff. White, who had designed Madison Square Garden II, was murdered at a performance at The Garden two weeks after Vittor arrived. The youth, having little money and knowing very limited English, decided to stay in America and soon opened an art studio. He met his future wife, Ade Mae Humphreys, a resident of Pittsburgh, and made the move to her home town. Aviator Charles Lindbergh's first solo trans-Atlantic 3,600-mile (5,800 km) flight between Long Island, New York and Paris, France was immortalized in bronze by Vittor with a 50-foot-tall (15 m) sculpture showing a winged youth spanning the Statue of Liberty and the Eiffel Tower. Congress approved the expenditure in 1928, and the work was completed in 1929. Perhaps no work by Vittor created as much controversy and media coverage as did his nude statue of Henrietta Leaver, Miss America 1935. Though Leaver posed for Vittor, she did so in a bathing suit, accompanied by her grandmother. Upon first viewing the life-size 5-foot 5-inch plaster statue Leaver was shocked that it was a nude and demanded her representation be draped or veiled. Vittor did not agree and called in art experts to judge the work and all agreed it should stay as it had been created. Leaver did not back down and demanded people her own age review The American Venus, as it had originally been called. Unfortunately for Leaver her 60 peers, many of whom were art students, agreed it should remain unveiled. Though the strong disagreement between the two eventually did subside, Leaver, Vittor and the statue resurfaced five decades later in recaps of controversial Miss America mishaps. Baseball player Honus Wagner, one of the first five players inducted into the Hall of Fame, was memorialized by Vittor in a 17-foot-tall (5.2 m) bronze statue, originally on display near the Pittsburgh Pirates Forbes Field. It was moved to Three Rivers Stadium and, when that stadium was imploded in 1971, the statue was relocated to PNC Park.[6] In 1958, one of Vittor's greatest works, a 50-foot-tall (15 m) granite base and bronze statue of Christopher Columbus, was unveiled in Pittsburgh's Schenley Park. Shortly after the statue was placed, the bronze plaque at the base was stolen by vandals. The Sons of Columbus USA desire to replace the plaque with the original wording; however, there exists no record of what Vittor had written regarding Columbus. Charles Lindbergh was the recipient of a second work of art created by Vittor. The artist and sculptor designed a commemorative stamp picturing the pilot and his plane, the Spirit of St. Louis. Walter F. Brown, the U.S. Postmaster General, authorized a 175th anniversary commemorative "Battle of Braddock" 2-cent stamp to be designed by Vittor. The artwork he created featured a likeness of Colonel George Washington with the inscription "Battle of Braddock's Field, 1755-1930. In 1936 the U.S. Congress authorized minting a half-dollar coin to commemorate the 75th anniversary of the American Civil War. Vittor was the person selected to design the coin. The obverse depicts the profile of two soldiers, one from the North and one from the South and the reverse holds a symbol of the battle placed between the combatant's shields. The coins were distributed through the Pennsylvania State Commission for Gettysburg. Throughout Pittsburgh and the surrounding communities there exist more than 50 statues and fountains, as well as numerous other works, including a dozen historical panels on County bridges...
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Early 20th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Andante II Bronze, With Patination and Oak Base by Richard Fox , 2022
Located in Kingsclere, GB
Andante II Bronze, With Patination and Oak Base by Richard Fox , 2022 Additional information: Medium: Bronze, with patination by the Artist, and oak base Height 44 cm (17 3/8 in) Si...
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21st Century and Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Bronze Moebius V, Bronze Sculpture With Patination by Richard Fox, 2023
Located in Kingsclere, GB
Bronze Moebius V, Bronze Sculpture With Patination by Richard Fox, 2023 Additional information: Medium: Bronze, with patination by the Artist, and oak base Height 47 cm (18 1/2 in) ...
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20th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

SHE LOVES ME (BRONZE VASE)
Located in Aventura, FL
Silver cold painted bronze vase. Incised Erte signature with stamped numbered edition, foundry and date. From the edition of 275. Certificat...
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1980s Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

VANITY (SCULPTURE ON TABLE MIRROR)
Located in Aventura, FL
Bronze relief sculpture on table mirror. Incised Erte signature with stamped numbered edition, foundry and date. From the edition of 250. Certific...
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1980s Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

JOY OF LIFE (SCULPTURE ON TABLE MIRROR)
Located in Aventura, FL
Bronze relief sculpture on table mirror. Incised Erte signature with stamped numbered edition, foundry and date. From the edition of 250. Certific...
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1980s Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

BELOVED (SCULPTURE)
Located in Aventura, FL
Patina on bronze sculpture. Incised Erte signature with stamped numbered edition, foundry and date. From the edition of 375. Certificate of Authenticity is included. Artwork is in ...
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1980s Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Untitled (Armada), Bronze Sculpture by Bryan Kneale
Located in Kingsclere, GB
Untitled (Armada), Bronze Sculpture by Bryan Kneale Additional information: Medium: Bronze Height 9.5 cm (3 3/4 in) Signed with initials and numbered 2/8 on underside Born in the ...
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21st Century and Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

“Man on Horse”
Located in Warren, NJ
This is a Dante V. de Florio original bronze from 1977. Very heavy piece. In good condition. Measures 15x15x9
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1970s Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Wall shark-original realism wildlife wall sculpture-artwork-contemporary Art
Located in London, Chelsea
"Wall Shark" by Henk Jan Sanderman is a striking ceramic wall sculpture that commands attention with its powerful presence and lifelike detail. This origina...
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21st Century and Contemporary Modern Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

''News from Earth'' Bronze Sculpture of Astronaut with a Newspaper
Located in Utrecht, NL
German artist Philipp Liehr first discovered his extraordinary dexterity as a dental technician. He soon perfected this artistically as a cartoonist and during his training as a scul...
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2010s Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Woman Lying Down & Growing with Tree bronze sculpture by Yulla Lipchitz
Located in Hudson, NY
Organic, abstract bronze sculpture by Yulla Lipchitz of a woman lying down with a tree. About this artist: Yulla Lipchitz, née Halberstadt, was born on April 21, 1911 in Berlin, Ge...
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1970s Modern Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Bronze and Steel Sculpture, 'Silver Water Bottle with Flower and Yarrow'
Located in White Plains, NY
Available at Madelyn Jordon Fine Art. 'Silver Water Bottle with Flower and Yarrow' by David Kimball Anderson, 2023. Bronze, steel, and paint, 27 x 8 x 8 in. This sculpture features a...
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2010s Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze, Steel

The writer- bronze mural contemporary sculpture with man and typewritter
Located in New York, NY
Mireia Serra's little figurative bronze sculptures capture feelings and sensations of day to day lives. She transforms everyday dilemmas into something beautiful that captures the be...
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2010s Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze, Metal, Iron

“Eden”
Located in Southampton, NY
Original hand cast bronze dual figure of a hollow dressed torso of a male and female representing Adam and Eve in the Garden of Eden. The bronze sculpture is attributed to the American sculptor Judith Shea. This piece is a maquette for a life size bronze executed by this artist that is located in an outdoor space in Buffalo, New York. Both are titled “Eden” and were done in 1987. Condition is excellent. Unsigned. Label on the bottom of the thick pine base states the artist and title of the artwork. Provenance: A Long Island, New York collector. Judith Shea has been a notable presence in the New York art world since the 1970s. Trained as a designer at Parsons, she soon found the fashion industry too restrictive and abandoned it in favor of making art. For her first solo show, at The Clocktower in 1976, Shea made a work based on color theory, using transparent silks in a spectrum of colors, worn by a live model. Other early work referenced clothing and its construction, first as flat, minimalist pattern and later as molded draping over implied, absent figures. In the 1981 Whitney Biennial, Shea showed three simple forms that evoked iconic clothes of the 1950s and 60s—the overcoat and the simple sheath dress—which hung from the wall as if on hangers. Five related works were included in the Hirshhorn’s Directions 83 survey. All of these works evoke human presence, felt as absence, as if the clothes were placeholders for missing persons. Thinking about her earlier clothes-based works, Shea has said that she “was looking for characters, for personae, really, to occupy them. I used clothes as stand-ins for people.” With the support of NEA grants, Shea began to learn bronze casting, and she was able to also spend time in Paris studying the statuary of its parks and gardens. This research led to several hollow-figure compositions from the 1980s that were designed to be sited in public spaces, such as Eden (John Hancock Tower, Chicago), Shepherd’s Muse (Oliver Ranch), Shield (Sheldon Museum of Art), and Without Words (Walker Art Center). In the 1990s, after a residency at Chesterwood—the site of Daniel Chester French’s studio in Stockbridge—Shea began to use woodcarving to make monumental public sculpture. The first of these full-scale wooden figures were shown in 1992 at the Whitney Museum at Phillip Morris in New York. In 1994 her wooden equestrian statue The Other Monument, a monumental image of a black man on a black horse, was installed at Doris Freedman Plaza in New York, in the same plaza as the William Tecumseh Sherman...
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1980s Post-Modern Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Mermaid
Located in Greenwich, CT
Whether in the draping of a silk gown worn by an opera diva, or in the sparkle of an intricately beaded headdress worn by a woman of society, Erté had an exceptionally acute visual memory of every detail of his early design creations. It was no wonder then that his fashion designs were so adeptly applied to the sculpture format. In Mermaid, we have a fine example of how Erté carried the technical possibilities of the sculpture medium to a new level. This attention to detail added to his legend as one of the Twentieth Century’s foremost artist-designers, with work represented in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, the Museum of Modern Art, New York, the Paris Opera House, the Smithsonian Institution and the Victoria and Albert Museum, London. Through Mermaid, Erté takes us beyond the female form by choosing the intriguing legendary sea creature whose upper body is that of a woman, and whose lower body is that of an aquatic creature. In quintessential Erté style...
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20th Century Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Lovers and Idol
Located in Greenwich, CT
Lovers and Idol was featured on the cover of Harper’s Bazar in August, 1917, a very early work in Erte’s collaboration with the magazine. In his sculpt...
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20th Century Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

La Mystérieuse
Located in Greenwich, CT
La Mystérieuse was inspired by Erté’s design for a wedding gown published in Harper’s Bazar in 1923. Erté wrote, “The name comes from the effect of mystery of this exquisite outfit. The dress was designed to be in white crêpe embroidered with geometric designs in silver and adorned with snow-white ermine...
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20th Century Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Motherhood
Located in Greenwich, CT
Motherhood is based on an image originally created as a costume design for Les Idoles at the Théâtre Sarah Bernhardt in 1924. Catalogue - Erté: The Last Works (Dutton, pgs. 179, 207...
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20th Century Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Homebody
Located in Greenwich, CT
Homebody is a sculpture in bronze, signed and dated ‘KOSTABI 2022,’ and numbered 4/8 from the edition of ten on the side of the main figure (there were also 2 AP). Mark Kostabi is widely known for his paintings, but the artist has also worked in bronze since the 1980s. Two of his sculptures are permanently installed in Italy – one in the central square of San Benedetto...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

The Edge of Forever
Located in Greenwich, CT
The Edge of Forever is a sculpture in bronze, signed and dated ‘KOSTABI 2023,’ and numbered 3/8 from the edition of nine on one of the angel’s wings (there was also 1 AP). Mark Kostabi is widely known for his paintings, but the artist has also worked in bronze since the 1980s. Two of his sculptures are permanently installed in Italy – one in the central square of San Benedetto...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

MINIATURE DOUBLE DIVER
Located in Aventura, FL
Bronze sculpture with 24K gold leaf caps on granite base. Variant of 8. Artwork in Excellent Condition. Certificate of Authenticity is included. Please do not hesitate to ask us any further questions. All reasonable offers will be considered. About the Artist: Carole A. Feuerman (American, born 1945) is a Hyper-Realist sculptor. Along with artists like Duane Hanson and John DeAndrea...
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2010s Realist Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze, Gold Leaf

Modern Bronze Figure
Located in New York, NY
Bronze sculpture by Betty Jacob depicts a smooth and curvaceous gilt bronze figure posing on her knees. Signed high on the left thigh and mounted on a blac...
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1970s American Modern Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

The Promise, original signed bronze sculpture by renowned British artist
Located in New York, NY
William Tucker The Promise, ca. 1980 Bronze Signed and numbered 5/6 - incised on the metal 2 5/8 × 8 5/8 × 1 inch This abstract sculpture is by the renowne...
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1980s Abstract Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

''Bear with Cub'' Dutch Contemporary Bronze Sculpture of a Brown Bear with Cub
Located in Utrecht, NL
Karin Beek's (1948) bronze sculptures are characterized by a friendly, round and at the same time monumental style. They breathe the atmosphere of everyday life. Beek would like her ...
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2010s Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Captivated (14/18) - Inspiring Figurative Abstract Bronze Iron Wall Sculpture
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Mireia Serra creates sensuous bronze and iron sculptures showing the beauty of snapshots caught in life which are full of emotions and feelings along the life journey. Her metal artworks capture the beauty of moments: A young lady challenged by the adventure of a new trip, a young man pondering about his dreams, a lost girl thinking about different options to know more about herself…Mireia vividly demonstrates how a piece of fine art sculpture could incorporate into our daily life, linking us with art that inspires and triggers us to contemplate life and relationship. Serra describes her artistic vision as “Figurative sculptures depicting contemporary everyday scenes. Reflect my inner world thus expressing moods and desires, feelings, joys and concerns stemming from my relationship with the world". This wall-mounted iron and bronze sculpture measures 5 inches tall, 9.5 inches wide, and 1 inch deep. This artwork is edition 14 of 18. A certificate of authenticity issued by the gallery is included. Free delivery is available for those in the local Los Angeles area, and affordable worldwide shipping is available for U.S. and international art collectors. Born in Barcelona in 1973, Mireia Serra's lifelong passion for sculpting was temporarily diverted by her parents' persuasion to pursue a career in fashion design. However, in 1998, she abandoned a lucrative role as a lingerie designer to follow her artistic calling and seek true fulfillment within the realm of fine arts. It was a transformative decision, allowing her to rediscover her true purpose and embark on a creative odyssey that continues to unfold to this day. In some of her present sculptures, the presence of elements from the fashion world such as cameras, texture, and detailed finishing of the clothes, and shoes are apparent. She graduated in 2002 from the Llotja School of Arts in Barcelona (the same school that took under its wing Antoni Gaudí, Pablo Picasso, and Joan Miró), specializing in iron and bronze. Later she took an advanced sculpture portrait course taught by sculptor Jorge Egea at MEAM (Museo European d'Art Modern) in order to master her technique. Working as a full-time sculptor since 2003, Serra started to exhibit with galleries throughout Spain and landed her first solo shows and her first international art fair in Madrid in 2013. Since 2016 Mireia Serra has been exhibited in galleries and art fairs in Germany, Austria, France, Luxembourg, Sweden, Belgium, Italy, and Hong Kong. Her works have been represented by Artspace Warehouse since 2017. REPRESENTATION Artspace Warehouse, Los Angeles, USA EXHIBITIONS 2022 "Shifting Dimensions", Artspace Warehouse Gallery, Los Angeles, USA. “9 sculptors”, collective exhibition with Winegates Gallery, Leicester, UK. 2021 "The Real Presence", Artspace Warehouse Gallery, Los Angeles, USA. "Tierra desconocida", Galería Montsequi, Madrid. “The art of adventure”, solo exhibition with Eye Contemporary Art Gallery, Stockholm, Sweden. 2020 "Independent artist’s day", collective exhibition, Wingates Gallery, United Kingdom. “Inner world”, online solo exhibition, Eye Contemporary Art Gallery, Italy/Hong Kong. “The G project 21...
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21st Century and Contemporary Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Metal, Bronze, Iron

"Untitled" 1963 pre-Star Wars Space Ship Cast Bronze Signed & Dated
Located in Detroit, MI
SALE ONE WEEK ONLY This Pre-Star Wars Space Ship captures the magic, power and volume of unidentified objects that pass through our solar system and within viewing site of spaceship Earth. Titled "Untitled" this piece has the monumental quality and style of a spaceship that has been circling the universe forever. Constructed in 1963, prior to film industry creatives scaring viewers with visions of unimaginable spacecraft come to destroy earth, Julius Schmidt's imagination was unstoppable with his numerous and unique cast bronze sculptures. This extraordinary piece is a heart stopping example of what a genius creative can produce. It was exhibited in March 9 - 31, 1963 at the Otto Gerson Gallery, New York, NY. A Catalog of the show accompanies this piece. Julius Schmidt is an American sculptor who earned his B.F.A. from Cranbrook Academy of Art in 1953 and for the next two years studied sculpture under Ossip Zadkine in Paris and at the Accademia di Belle Arti in Florence, Italy. He returned to Cranbrook in Bloomfield Hills, Michigan, in 1955 for his M.F.A. in sculpture. Cranbrook was designed by architect and faculty member, Eliel Saarinen who collaborated with Charles and Ray Eames on chair and furniture design. Numerous creative artists who are alumni of Cranbrook include: Harry Bertoia, Florence Knoll, Jack Lenor Larsen, Donald Lipski, Duane Hanson, Nick Cave, Hani Rashid, George Nelson, Urban Jupena (Nationally recognized fiber artist), Artis Lane (the first African-American artist to have her sculpture, "Sojourner Truth," commissioned for the Emancipation Hall in the Capital Visitor Center in Washington DC), Cory Puhlman (televised Pastry Chef extraordinaire), Thom O’Connor (Lithographs), Paul Evans (Brutalist-inspired sculpted metal furnishings), Eugene Caples (small bronze images/abstract), Morris Brose (bronze sculptures), Herb Babcock...
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1960s Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Llewelyn ab Iorwerth (Llewelyn the Great)
Located in Oswestry, GB
Llywelyn ab Iorwerth, (Llywelyn the Great) born in Dolwyddelan d.1240AD Aberconwy Abbey. King of Gwynedd and Prince of Wales he dominated Wales for 45 years. In 1200 Llywelyn made a ...
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2010s Baroque Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

"The Swimmer" contemporary bronze table wall sculpture figurative girl swimming
Located in Kowloon, Hong Kong
The Swimmer is a bronze table/wall sculpture, it is connected to a steel base. The edition size is 25. Joan’s latest sculpture series of female figures brings an out-of-the-box approach to sculpture creation. The small vivid women figures linked or bonded to their pedestals; the figures are delicate and intriguing representation of a woman’s mind...
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2010s Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Steel, Bronze

19th Century French Bacchanalian Bronze
Located in San Antonio, TX
19th Century French Bacchanalian Bronze in the 18th century style depicting two Putti, in the manner of Clodion. One putto reclines while another feeds it grapes. The Patina is worn ...
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Late 19th Century Baroque Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Abstract Expressionist Bronze Sculpture Signed by Joan Strauss Carl
Located in Pasadena, CA
The artwork is a patinated bronze on a marble base. It features a dancing couple. The bronze itself is 10"25 H. It is signed in the cast: S. Carl Overall excellent condition with minor scuffs and oxidation to bronze commensurate with age. Joan Strauss Carl...
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

''Sweet Sweet Kitten'' Dutch Contemporary Bronze Sculpture of Woman with Kitten
Located in Utrecht, NL
Karin Beek's (1948) bronze sculptures are characterized by a friendly, round and at the same time monumental style. They breathe the atmosphere of everyday ...
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2010s Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Animal Bronze: Lying eagle by Alberic Collin (close friend of Rembrandt Bugatti)
Located in Gent, VOV
Numbered 1/8 Cast Fonderie Rocher A fine cast with a vivid green patina of a bird of prey
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1930s Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

ON THE AVENUE (SCULPTURE)
Located in Aventura, FL
Bronze sculpture.. Incised artist signature; stamp numbered with foundry and date. Edition: Of 375. Certificate of Authenticity is included. Artwork is in excellent condition. All...
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1980s Art Deco Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Yawning Hippopotamus Bronze EA IV/IV
Located in Pasadena, CA
Animal sculptor Sophie MARTIN creates from inert clay a whole living animal kingdom. She freely observes the animal and captures and interprets a movement; and places it in nature and real life with a zest of fancy. Without humanizing the model, respecting the uniqueness of each one in its biodiversity. After studying three years of art history at the Ecole du Louvre, it was with her uncle and her aunt veterinarians, that her love for animals truly took shape in the clay; as with the first models animals on the examination table...
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21st Century and Contemporary Realist Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

New York State Governor's Arts Award, unique signed painted bronze sculpture
Located in New York, NY
Nancy Graves New York State Governor's Arts Award, 1988 Bronze, polychrome patina and baked enamel on base with Award plaque 10 1/4 × 7 × 10 1/4 inches Ha...
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1980s Abstract Expressionist Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze, Enamel

''Night Owl" Contemporary Bronze Sculpture Portrait of an Owl, Barn Owl
Located in Utrecht, NL
British sculptor Anthony Theakston (1965), who draws his inspiration from the shape and movement of birds, simplifies the birds and omits more and more details until only the essence...
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2010s Contemporary Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Italian Patinated Bronze Group Sculpture of Laocoon and His Sons, C. 1870
Located in New York, NY
An Italian grand tour patinated bronze group sculpture of Laocoon and his sons, After the antique by Agesander of Rhodes, C. 1870 Very nice quali...
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19th Century Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Reclining Figure (woman)
Located in Wilton Manors, FL
William King (1925-2015). Reclining figure, ca. 1965. Cast and welded bronze, 7 x 9.5 x 5 inches. Unsigned. William King, a sculptor in a variety of materials whose human figures traced social attitudes through the last half of the 20th century, often poking sly and poignant fun at human follies and foibles, died on March 4 at his home in East Hampton, N.Y. He was 90. His death was confirmed by Scott Chaskey, who is married to Mr. King's stepdaughter, Megan Chaskey. Mr. King worked in clay, wood, bronze, vinyl, burlap and aluminum. He worked both big and small, from busts and toylike figures to large public art pieces depicting familiar human poses -- a seated, cross-legged man reading; a Western couple (he in a cowboy hat, she in a long dress) holding hands; a tall man reaching down to tug along a recalcitrant little boy; a crowd of robotic-looking men walking in lock step. But for all its variation, what unified his work was a wry observer's arched eyebrow, the pointed humor and witty rue of a fatalist. His figurative sculptures, often with long, spidery legs and an outlandishly skewed ratio of torso to appendages, use gestures and posture to suggest attitude and illustrate his own amusement with the unwieldiness of human physical equipment. His subjects included tennis players and gymnasts, dancers and musicians, and he managed to show appreciation of their physical gifts and comic delight at their contortions and costumery. His suit-wearing businessmen often appeared haughty or pompous; his other men could seem timid or perplexed or awkward. Oddly, or perhaps tellingly, he tended to depict women more reverentially, though in his portrayals of couples the fragility and tender comedy inherent in couplehood settled equally on both partners. Mr. King's work is in the collections of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and the Museum of Modern Art in New York and the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, among other places, and he had dozens of solo gallery shows in New York and elsewhere. But the comic element of his work probably caused his reputation to suffer. Reviews of his exhibitions frequently began with the caveat that even though the work was funny, it was also serious, displaying superior technical skills, imaginative vision and the bolstering weight of a range of influences, from the ancient Etruscans to American folk art to 20th-century artists including Giacometti, Calder. and Elie Nadelman. The critic Hilton Kramer, one of Mr. King's most ardent advocates, wrote in a 1970 essay accompanying a New York gallery exhibit that he was, "among other things, an amusing artist, and nowadays this can, at times, be almost as much a liability as an asset." A "preoccupation with gesture is the focus of King's sculptural imagination," Mr. Kramer wrote. "Everything that one admires in his work - the virtuoso carving, the deft handling of a wide variety of materials, the shrewd observation and resourceful invention - all this is secondary to the concentration on gesture. The physical stance of the human animal as it negotiates the social arena, the unconscious gait that the body assumes in making its way in the social medium, the emotion traced by the course of a limb, a torso, a head, the features of a face, a coiffure or a costume - from a keen observation of these materials King has garnered a large stock of sculptural images notable for their wit, empathy, simplicity and psychological precision." William Dickey King...
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Mid-20th Century Abstract Bronze Sculptures

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Bronze

Bronze sculptures for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Bronze sculptures available on 1stDibs. While artists have worked in this medium across a range of time periods, art made with this material during the 21st Century is especially popular. If you’re looking to add sculptures created with this material to introduce a provocative pop of color and texture to an otherwise neutral space in your home, the works available on 1stDibs include elements of blue, yellow and other colors. There are many well-known artists whose body of work includes ceramic sculptures. Popular artists on 1stDibs associated with pieces like this include Richard MacDonald, KOBE, Philip Hearsey, and Nando Kallweit. Frequently made by artists working in the Contemporary, Abstract, all of these pieces for sale are unique and many will draw the attention of guests in your home. Not every interior allows for large Bronze sculptures, so small editions measuring 0.12 inches across are also available

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