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Period: 1910s
Antique Polychrome African Wood Carving from Igbo Nigeria
Located in Lake Worth Beach, FL
Antique Polychrome Wood Carving Igbo Nigeria Africa, Staff decorated with two figures, mounted as a finial on the shaft terminating in a triang...
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Tribal 1910s Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

Manolo Hugue 50 women. Llovera, bronze
Located in CORAL GABLES - MIAMI, FL
Llovera, bronze Manuel Martínez Hugué (Barcelona, ​​1872-Caldas de Montbui, 1945) was a Spanish painter and sculptor, representative of the Catalan Noucentisme of the early 20th cen...
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Modern 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

A Chinese 'chanab' offering box with gilt and lacquered decor 19th century
Located in Gavere, BE
A Chinese 'chanab' offering box with gilt and lacquered decor for the Straits or Peranakan market, 19th century The chanab was placed in the centre of each Straits Chinese family’s ...
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1910s Sculptures

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Gold Leaf

Maximilien-Louis Fiot Bronze Ducks In Flight Sculpture
Located in Dallas, TX
Maximilien-Louis Fiot (1886-1953) Art Nouveau-Art Deco sculpture of Ducks in Flight, patinated cast bronze sculpture mounted on thick Acid etched gl...
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Art Nouveau 1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

Louis Ernest Barrias Bronze Sculpture
Located in Dallas, TX
French dore bronze depicting a seated figure of a boy with tablet by Louis Ernest Barrias, French(1841-1905) Circa 1912 Modeled as a partially nude youth seated with a tablet and p...
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1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

To The Ultimate Do We Pursue The Ideal
Located in Concord, MA
This is an iteration of Paul Manship's medal that features the artist Barry Faulkner on the obverse, and the inscription of that version is marked "Barry Faulkner Painter MXMXV (1915...
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American Modern 1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

Dancing Nude Bronze of a Woman "Femme Dansant, 1910"
Located in Brookville, NY
Dancing Nude Bronze by Charles Rumsey is one of many figures he depicted of women. He has usually been known for his sculptures of horses, polo players, wildlife and dogs, mainly due to the fact that he was an avid sportman, hunter, and renowned polo player. However, he often depicted women in flattering if not loving ways. Often in movement, sometimes in reflection, in small sizes such as this one of Dancing Nude and also in large outdoor sculptures...
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1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

Rams Head Sculpture in Bronze by Charles Rumsey
Located in Brookville, NY
Charles Rumsey was an avid sportsman, horseman and a child prodigy in sculpting sent to Paris to study as a boy. His life of hunting fishing and ridin...
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American Realist 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Winning the Race Galloping Horse and Rider in Bronze by Charles Rumsey
Located in Brookville, NY
Rumsey’s specialties included equestrian sculptures – portraits of polo players and prize horses, as well as of cowboys, cattle and horses as metaphors. He worked principally in bron...
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American Impressionist 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Dog Bronze Foxhound Sculpture by Charles Rumsey
Located in Brookville, NY
This beautiful bronze of a Foxhound is a study for what was to be a pair of larger ones used as a pair of Andirons outside fireplace at Harriman House in NYC. The artist, Charles Ru...
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American Realist 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Sculpture of a Polo Player Harrison Tweed by Charles Rumsey
Located in Brookville, NY
Polo Pony and Rider Harrison Tweed . Charles Rumsey was an 8 goal polo player with Meadowbrook Polo Club on Long Island NY. He was an avid sportsman, equestrian and artist. His ab...
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Abstract Impressionist 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

The Old Virginian, Bronze of a Horse and Rider with Dogs by Charles Rumsey
Located in Brookville, NY
From the estate of the Artist Charles Cary Rumsey The Artist, Charles Rumsey, was a child prodigy sent to Paris as a young boy to study sculpture. He later was a world class sports...
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American Impressionist 1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

Jockey Pipe Rack in Bronze A Bronze by Charles Rumsey
Located in Brookville, NY
Charles Rumsey was a child prodigy sent to Paris to train in sculpting at age 12. He was not only a prodigy sculptor but an avid horseman and sportsman...
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American Impressionist 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA)
Located in New York, NY
Kasimir Severinovich Malevich Suprematist Tea Service (Limited Edition with signed COA), 1918-1988 Porcelain (Four pieces) with hand signed COA Certificate of Authenticity, hand numb...
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Abstract Geometric 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Porcelain, Mixed Media

Japanese Tabako/Tool Box with Kiseru -wabi Sabi-Taisho Era-GSY Gallery Select
Located in London, GB
This antique Japanese Tobacco Box, complete with drawers, a kiseru, is a captivating piece of history. The warm hew of the elm is telling a story ...
Category

Showa 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Franz Bergmann Orientalist Arab Slave Nude Group Cold Painted Bronze Signed 1910
Located in Portland, OR
A very large 24" (61cm) Franz Xavier Bergmann (1861-1936) cold painted bronze group statue, signed, Austria, circa 1910. The bronze in the Orientalist manner & depicts a young slave ...
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Art Nouveau 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Winged Victory
Located in PARIS, FR
Sculpture in bronze with a nuanced greenish brown patina Signed " F. Sicard " on the base With the foundry stamp " Fumière et Cie Sucrs, Thiébaut Fres, Paris " Stands on its original green marble base With a dedication to the wellknown French chef Edouard Nignon : "A Mr Nignon, ses fournisseurs. En souvenir de son élévation au grade de Chevalier dans la Légion d'Honneur. Paris le 7 mai 1921" France cast around 1920 height 100 cm Biography : François-Léon Sicard (1862-1934), known as François Sicard, was a French sculptor. Originally from Tours, he obtained a municipal grant to study at the Fine arts Schoool in Paris. He learned sculpture there under the direction of Jules Cavelier and Louis-Ernest Barrias and became a laureate of the Prix de Rome in 1891. As a resident of the Villa Medici in Rome from 1892 to 1895, he befriended Adolphe Déchenaud who painted his portrait. His career earned him numerous public and private commissions and Sicard received various awards at fairs and exhibitions, including the medal of honor at the 1900 World's Fair and the medal of honor at the 1905 Salon. Having become a professor at the School of Fine Arts in Paris, François Sicard was elected member of the Institute in 1924 and president of the Fine arts Academy in 1930. He was the appointed sculptor of Georges Clemenceau, of whom he sculpted the bust, the group statue of Sainte-Hermine, and which commanded him the Minerva in blond Egyptian stone...
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French School 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

untitled (Dancing Figure)
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Dancing Figure Wood carving with pigment, c. 1913 Unsigned Provenance: Kuhn Heirs, Maine Kennedy Galleries, New York, until 1983 ...
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Abstract 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Wood

Bronze Polo Player John Fell by Charles Rumsey
Located in Brookville, NY
CHARLES CARY RUMSEY, born in Buffalo, NY in 1879. His interest in sculpture appeared and was encouraged at an early age. The most significant encouragement came when the boy was tak...
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American Realist 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Centaur Bronze Sculpture
Located in Brookville, NY
Charles Cary Rumsey attended Harvard University, studied art in Paris at the Academie Julian and at Boston School of Fine Art under Bela Pratt. His public works are found worldwide, such as the frieze at the Manhattan Bridge, Zion Park...
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American Modern 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Seated Woman Bronze, Femme Assise a la Toiletter or Petite Baigneuse Assise
Located in Brookville, NY
A recent show in 2023- 2024 of Richard Guino's work was a beautiful survey showing his work, and the work of Senior, are almost interchangeable. This exhibit in Perpignan France sho...
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French School 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Dog Scratching Bronze of a Dog Scratching
Located in Brookville, NY
Charles Cary Rumsey attended Harvard University, studied art in Paris at the Academie Julian and at Boston School of Fine Art under Bela Pratt. His public works are found worldwide, such as the frieze at the Manhattan Bridge, Zion Park...
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American Realist 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Stone Figure of a Woman, hand carved with painted patina
Located in Brookville, NY
Born in Hammersmith, London, Cribb's career as an artist began when he was fourteen. He was recruited by Eric Gill as his assistant in 1906 and was taught letter cutting and masonry skills by his master. He was suggested to Gill by his father Herbert William Cribb's associate, the Arts and Crafts printer Emery Walker...
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English School 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Stone

Manolo Hugue 50 women. Llovera, bronze
Located in CORAL GABLES - MIAMI, FL
Llovera, bronze Manuel Martínez Hugué (Barcelona, ​​1872-Caldas de Montbui, 1945) was a Spanish painter and sculptor, representative of the Catalan Noucentisme of the early 20th century. His work can be summarized as a synthesis of classicism and primitivism within modernity. He is widely cited under the colloquial name of Manolo. Born in Barcelona, ​​his bohemian and marginal life and his visits to the Els Quatre Gats café in Barcelona earned him the friendship of Santiago Rusiñol, Joaquín Mir, Isidro Nonell and Pablo Picasso, among other artists. In 1900 he moved to Paris, where he lived for ten years. There he met Jean Moréas and Guillaume Apollinaire, in addition to working on the design of jewelry and small pieces of sculpture, among which La Llobera (1911, Barcelona, ​​Museum of Modern Art, and Young Seated (1913, Paris, Center Georges Pompidou)). Driven by a dealer, Hugué moved to Céret in 1910, where he brought together a diverse group of artists, including Juan Gris, Joaquín Sunyer...
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Modern 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

1900's Alabaster Sculpture of Dante
Located in Newport Beach, CA
A sensitively carved, solid alabaster, antique sculpture of famed Italian poet and philospher, Dante Aligheri (1265-1321). The figure in a rich, flowing robe, holding a book and wear...
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1910s Sculptures

Materials

Alabaster, Marble

Large, Cast Bronze Roman Figures
Located in Newport Beach, CA
A pair of large, detailed cast bronze Roman figures of a senator (likely Julius Caesar) and possibly an emperor. Each in cascading drapery with beautifully rendered facial expression...
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1910s Sculptures

Materials

Marble, Bronze

Lapin, by Sandoz, Rabbit, animal, sculpture, bronze, 1910's, brown patina, cast
Located in Geneva, CH
Lapin couché, circa 1919-1925 Fondry Susse, Ed. 10 pcs Bronze with a brown patina H. 6 cm Sandoz : Sculpteur Figuriste et Animalier 1881-1971, Catalogue Raisonné de l'Oeuvre Sculpté...
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Modern 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Lapin, by Sandoz, rabbit, animal, sculpture, bronze, 1910's, swiss artist, cast
Located in Geneva, CH
Lapin, modèle 5, circa 1919-1921 Fondeur Susse Bronze with brown patina 6.5 x 4.9 x 6.5 cm Inscribed and foundry stamp : Ed.m.Sandoz, Susse Frères Editeurs Certificate of authentici...
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Modern 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Lapin assis, tête tournée, Sandoz, 1910's, bronze, animal, rabbits, rare proof
Located in Geneva, CH
Lapin assis, tête tournée, circa 1919-1921 Fondry Susse, Ed. 3/5 pcs circa 1919-1921 Rare bronze proof with a brown patina 8.5 x 5.5 x 6.5 cm Certificate of authenticity issued by th...
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Modern 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Rudolf Belling Bronze Statuette of Aviator, 1917
Located in Berlin, DE
Bronze, 1917. Dark patinated, mounted on rectangular base. Dimensions: Height 15.75 in ( 40 cm ), Width 8.07 in ( 20,5 cm ), Depth 3.94 in ( 10 cm ) Rudolf Belling (26 August 1886 ...
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1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Nude Young Woman
Located in San Antonio, TX
Charming early 1900s alabaster sculpture of a young maiden, seated nude on a stump. This work dates to the period when the artist was active in Italy, during this time Ceccarelli's w...
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Romantic 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Alabaster

Chien à la sauterelle, Sandoz, Dog, Sculpture, Bronze, Animal, 1910's
Located in Geneva, CH
Chien à la sauterelle, Sandoz, Dog, Sculpture, Bronze, Animal, 1910's Chien à la sauterelle Susse Fondeur circa 1918-1930 Bronze with brown patina and shade of green 13 x 13 x 9 cm Signed and seal of the foundry on the base : Sandoz, Susse Fondeur Catalogue raisonné de l'oeuvre sculpté de Edouard Marcel Sandoz, sculpteur figuriste et animalier 1881-1971, by Félix Marcilhac, Les Editions de l'amateur, 1993...
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Modern 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

La Carezza (The Caress) - Sculpture by Sirio Tofanari - 1910
Located in Roma, IT
A sculptor of animals, Sirio Tofanari (Florence 1886 – Milan 1969) is not inclined to the school discipline, he decides to learn and train as self-taught by travelling around Europe ...
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Modern 1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

Art Nouveau European Box
Located in Troy, NY
This elegant Art Nouveau box was originally made in France circa. 1910, and remains in very good condition. It was acquired from a French estate. The lid of the box is decorated with...
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Art Nouveau 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Metal, Bronze

Buffalo or Bison in bronze by Charles Rumsey
Located in Brookville, NY
Buffalo Cow by Charles Rumsey, a bronze sculpture that dates C.1910 and may be part of the preparation for the Manhattan Brie Frieze executed in 1916. ...
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American Realist 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Art Deco Diana
By Hans Harry Liebmann
Located in Miami, FL
This is a rare statement piece that commands that eye. It is of museum quality will be the centerpiece of any space. Masterfully crafted details of the human form are finely rendered...
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Art Deco 1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

Bacchus
Located in Los Angeles, CA
OSCAR EISHACKER "DIONYSOS" "BACCHUS" BRONZE, SIGNED FRANCE, C.1910 ALEXIS RUDIER FONDEUR 21.5 X 20 X 9 INCHES Oscar Eishacker 1881-1961 Eishack...
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Art Deco 1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

Standing Woman, Bronze Sculpture by Bessie Potter Vonnoh 1911
By Bessie Potter Vonnoh
Located in Long Island City, NY
This bronze sculpture by Bessie Potter Vonnoh, from 1911, is a charming rendering of a young woman draped in an early 20th-century dress. Vonnoh became one of the so-called "White R...
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Art Nouveau 1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

Nude Girl and Swan Bronze
Located in Miami, FL
This stylized figural study captures a young girl restraining a struggling swan trying to take flight purportedly by Marius Jean Antonin Mercié, bearing the incised signature “Mercié” on the base.. The work is quite heavy weighing in about 65 lbs and boasts an opulent dark patina. Unlike his signature work Gloria Victis, that has numerous versions, reproductions and casts, Girl and Swan may be of just a few casts or may be unique. With Barbedienne foundry mark on the tree stump behind the left foot. Mercie used Barbedienne for many of his works. Purchased from Toulouse Antiques...
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Art Nouveau 1910s Sculptures

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Bronze

Walking Puma
Located in Brookville, NY
Charles Rumsey Puma is one of most recognized of small sculptures by the artist. The estate of artist Charles Rumsey has been represented by Lynda Ander...
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American Modern 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

"Baule Colonial Sculpture Ivory Coast, " Carved Wood Statue created circa 1910
Located in Milwaukee, WI
This sculpture was created by an unknown Baule artist from Ivory Coast. It depicts a man in a suit with a white hat. He stands with his hands in his pockets. 18 1/2" x 6 1/4" sculpture The Baule or Baoulé are an Akan people and one of the largest groups in Côte d'Ivoire. The Baoulé people are talented in African art. Their sculptures are renowned for their refinement, form diversity and the labor they represent. The sculptures do not only include face masks and human figurines...
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Folk Art 1910s Sculptures

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Wood

"Jokwe Maternity, Angola, " Carved Wood created in Africa circa 1910
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Jokwe Maternity, Angola" is a wood sculpture from Africa created circa 1910. The figure kneels on the ground holding a baby in her arms. Her eyes are closed and she is wearing a com...
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Tribal 1910s Sculptures

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Wood

"Nail Fetish Bacongo-Zaire, " Glass, Wood, & Metal created circa 1910
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Nail Fetish Bacongo-Zaire" is a sculpture made of glass, wood, and metal created circa 1910. He has a top hat upon his head and face paint. Their right ha...
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Tribal 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Metal

Art Nouveau French Cameo Glass 'Convolvulus Vase' by Emile Gallé, Nancy - 32 cm
Located in Paris, FR
Emile GALLE Tall Cameo Glass Vase with Convolvulus ornaments Crafted in Nancy (Lorraine) c. 1915 Bearing Galle signature with a star in cameo (the s...
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Art Nouveau 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Standing Female Nude After Alexander Archipenko Negress (La Negresse)
Located in Fairlawn, OH
Illustrated: "Walt Kuhn, Painter, His Life and Work, by Phillip Rhys Adams, page 67, plate 27, Courtesy of Kennedy Galleries-Kuhn Estate Kuhn’s sculptures were collected by the noted early modernist collector John Quinn (1870-1924). Among the works in Quinn’s collection was the icon Brancusi Portait of Mlle Pogany, the work that inspired Kuhn to create the wood carving “Mask” (FA10815). Mlle Pogany was chosen by Kuhn for exhibition at the Armory Show, 1913. Other sculptures by Kuhn are in the collections of the Smithsonian Museum and the Heckscher Museum. The group of 15 wood carvings came from the estate of the artist to his daughter Brenda Kuhn. The Kuhn Estate (Brenda) originally worked with Kennedy Galleries of New York who published a detailed illustrated catalog of offerings from the estate in 1967. The estate left Kennedy Galleries some time prior to 1983. They established estate representation with Barridof Galleries of Portland, Maine in partnership with Salander O’Reilly Galleries Inc. of New York. This partnership published a monograph catalog on the artist in 1984. Of our group of 15 works, three of the early c. 1913 examples have Salander O’Reilly labels affixed to them. The group of works were involved in the Salander O’Reilly bankruptcy liquidation where they were bought from. There have been several related examples that have come to auction since the year 2000. In 1912, Kuhn was one of the founders of the organization Association of American Painters and Sculptors, the organizing body for what became known as The Armory Show, 1913. The Heckscher Museum exhibition, European Modernism, as Told by Americans, gives insight in to Kuhn’s travels, artistic associations and the influences on his artwork. “In 1912 Kuhn traveled through Europe securing loans from artists and dealers to represent Impressionism, Post Impressionism and the newer strains of art like Fauvism and Cubism. Inspired by these developments, Kuhn tried out Fauvism and Cubism for himself.” “Kuhn would later become an adviser to collectors like John Quinn and Lillie Bliss, a supporter of the Armory Show and later one of the founders of the Museum of Modern Art.” Quinn acquired seven Kuhn sculptures in wood, bronze and gilt bronze which are listed in his estate inventory. This work is directly inspired by an Archipenko sculpture, Negress (La Negresse...
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Cubist 1910s Sculptures

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Wood

Carved Oak Wood Arts and Crafts Frame with Rabbit, Dog, Bird, Emu Carvings
Located in Miami, FL
Handmade Arts & Crafts channeled oak frame with chiseled relief farm animal decoration on each corner, pin and dovetail construction, artist cipher and date carved verso, 45"h x 31.5"w (outside), 37"h x 24"w (inside) Anna Vaughn Hyatt Huntington...
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Art Nouveau 1910s Sculptures

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Wood

"Mossi Head dress Mas ceremonies Rep Upper Volta, " Wood created c. 1910
Located in Milwaukee, WI
"Mossi Head dress Mas ceremonies Rep Upper Volta" is a wood sculpture that includes various other materials such as fabric, and fibers. An abstracted animal with a hump and a bird on it's back make up the top of the headdress. 27" x 6" x 1" The Mossi states were created about 1500 A.D., when bands of horsemen rode north from what is now northern Ghana into the basin of the Volta River and conquered several less powerful peoples, including Dogon, Lela, Nuna, and Kurumba. These were integrated into a new society call Mossi, with the invaders as chiefs and the conquered as commoners. The Mossi make both political art and spiritual art. Figures are used by the ruling class to validate political power, and masks are used by the conquered peoples to control the forces of nature. The several mask styles reflect the diversity of the population before the 15th century invasion. Long tall masks...
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Tribal 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Fabric, Wood

"Ekamka Fetish - Nigeria, " Carved Wood Figure created circa 1910
Located in Milwaukee, WI
This Ekamka Fetish sculpture was carved from wood by an unknown Nigerian artist. It depicts a figure holding a mask. The figure has two symbolic horns protruding from his head and he sits on a thin...
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Folk Art 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Wood

"Male Initiation Mask Wawa-Ibo Tribe, " Wood created in Nigeria circa 1910
Located in Milwaukee, WI
This mask was created by an unknown artist from the Waawa-Igbo tribe of Nigeria. It is made of wood. Amongst the Waawa people there is a lot of cultural diversity, and each locality ...
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Folk Art 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Wood

Bernhard Hoetger Ceramic "Glaube" ( Faith ), 1912
Located in Berlin, DE
Statue from a cycle " Licht- und Schattenseiten" ( Light and shadows ) by Bernhard Hoetger ( Germany 1874-1949 ). Ceramic, cream-colored glazed. Made by Tonwerke Kandern, 1912. On th...
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1910s Sculptures

Materials

Ceramic

Dancer
Located in Roma, RM
Corrado Vigni (Florence 1888 – 1956), Dancer Bronze sculpture measuring 40 x 23 x 34 cm, signed and dated 1910 on the base.
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Art Deco 1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Léopard au repos [Leopard at rest]
Located in PARIS, FR
Rembrandt Bugatti Léopard au repos [Leopard at rest] Lost-wax cast bronze, blackish-brown patina 31,5 x 49 x 13,5 cm Signed on the base with foundrym...
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1910s Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

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