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Emerging in 19th-century France, Impressionist art embraced loose brushwork and plein-air painting to respond to the movement of daily life. Although the pioneers of the Impressionist movement — Claude Monet, Edgar Degas, Paul Cézanne, Berthe Morisot, Camille Pissarro, and Pierre-Auguste Renoir — are now household names, their work was a radical break with an art scene led and shaped by academic traditions for around two centuries. These academies had oversight of a curriculum that emphasized formal drawing, painting and sculpting techniques and historical themes.

The French Impressionists were influenced by a group of artists known as the Barbizon School, who painted what they witnessed in nature. The rejection of pieces by these artists and the later Impressionists from the salons culminated in a watershed 1874 exhibition in Paris that was staged outside of the juried systems. After a work of Monet’s was derided by a critic as an unfinished “impression,” the term was taken as a celebration of their shared interest in capturing fleeting moments as subject matter, whether the shifting weather on rural landscapes or the frenzy of an urban crowd. Rather than the exacting realism of the academic tradition, Impressionist paintings, sculptures, prints and drawings represented how an artist saw a world in motion.

Many Impressionist painters were inspired by the perspectives in imported Japanese prints alongside these shifts in European painting — Édouard Manet drew on ukiyo-e woodblock prints and depicted Japanese design in his Portrait of Émile Zola, for example. American artists such as Mary Cassatt and William Merritt Chase, who studied abroad, were impacted by the work of the French artists, and by the late 19th century American Impressionism had its own distinct aesthetics with painters responding to the rapid modernization of cities through quickly created works that were vivid with color and light.

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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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1910s Impressionist Sculptures

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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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1910s Impressionist 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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1910s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Canyon Lake, Metal Sculpture, Installation, Original Handmade, Ready to Hang
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: Betty Bairamian Work: Original Sculpture, Handmade Artwork, One of a Kind Medium: Metal, Wood, Mixed Media Year: 2024 Style: Contemporary Art...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Metal

Hives of Bees, Metal Sculpture, Installation, Original Handmade, Ready to Hang
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: Betty Bairamian Work: Original Sculpture, Handmade Artwork, One of a Kind Medium: Metal, Wood, Mixed Media Year: 2024 Style: Contemporary Art...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Metal

Body Art, Metal Sculpture, Installation, Original Handmade, Ready to Hang
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: Betty Bairamian Work: Original Sculpture, Handmade Artwork, One of a Kind Medium: Metal, Wood, Mixed Media Year: 2024 Style: Contemporary Art...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Metal

Body Of Mind, Metal Sculpture, Installation, Original Handmade, Ready to Hang
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: Betty Bairamian Work: Original Sculpture, Handmade Artwork, One of a Kind Medium: Metal, Wood, Mixed Media Year: 2024 Style: Contemporary Art...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Metal

Portrait, Happy Man, Natural Haney Onyx Stone, Handmade by Garo
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Haney Onyx, Natural Stone, All one piece of work, One of a Kind Year: 2024 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Portrait- Happy Ma...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Sailboat Out At Sea - Landscape Scene by Jeffrey Nelson Hudson Valley Inlay
Located in Soquel, CA
Sailboat Out At Sea - Landscape Scene by Jeffrey Nelson Hudson River Inlay Landscape Scene by Jeffrey Nelson (American, b. 1959-). A sailboat sails across the sea as three birds fly...
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21st Century and Contemporary Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Wood Panel

" THE SPIRIT OF TEXAS " HUGE, 81" TALL BRONZE BUCKING BRONCO COWBOY WESTERN
Located in San Antonio, TX
G. Harvey (Gerald Harvey Jones) (1933-2017) San Antonio, Austin, and Fredericksburg Artist Image Size: 81 Inches Tall Medium: Bronze Sculpture Dated 2006 "The Spirit Of Texas" Bucking Bronco & Rider They are very scarce. I only know about 2 others that have even come up for sale in the last 10 years or so. Please not the dedication on the wooden base of the sculpture. There is one on Gerald Harvey Jones (G. Harvey) tombstone in the Texas State Cemetery in Austin, Texas. Western, Cowboy, Horse, Bronc, Bronco Riata, Rodeo G. Harvey (Gerald Harvey Jones) (1933-2017) 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. G. Harvey lived 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 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 western 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 was a soft-spoken and unassuming man who cared deeply about what he painted 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. 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. 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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Early 2000s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Nude, Sculpture, Natural Black Alabaster Stone, Handmade by Garo
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Black Alabaster, Natural Stone, All one piece of work, One of a Kind Year: 2024 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Nude, Size: 1...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Roses, Sculpture, Flowers, Natural Cream Alabaster Stone, Handmade by Garo
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Cream Alabaster, Natural Stone, All one piece of work, One of a Kind Year: 2024 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Roses, Size: ...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Nude, Sculpture, Natural Haney Onyx Stone, Handmade by Garo
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Haney Onyx, Natural Stone, All one piece of work, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Nude, Size: 16" x ...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Austrian Landscape and Carved Wood Frame Oil on Linen 1905 Goetheanum Designer
Located in Soquel, CA
Austria Landscape and wood Carved Frame Oil on Linen 1905 Historically significant wood work and wonderful landscape celebrating the Austrian landscape and forests in a hand carved ...
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Early 1900s Impressionist Sculptures

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Linen, Oil, Wood

Rose, Sculpture, Natural Onyx Stone, handmade by Garo
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Natural Onyx Stone, All one piece of work, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Rose, Size: 16" x 6'' x 7...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Tiger, Sculpture, Natural Onyx Stone, handmade by Garo
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Natural Onyx Stone, All one piece of work, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Tiger, Size: 15" x 11'' x...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

"GREEN BROKE" G. HARVEY SCULPTURE. BRONZE TEXAS BRONC BUSTER SCULPTURE
Located in San Antonio, TX
G. Harvey (Gerald Harvey Jones) (1933-2017) San Antonio, Austin, and Fredericksburg Artist Image Size: 27 inches tall Medium: Bronze Sculpture 1983 "Green Broke" Bronco Buster 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 Sculptures

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Bronze

"A TEXAS BREED" G. HARVEY SCULPTURE. BRONZE TEXAS LONGHORN SCULPTURE
Located in San Antonio, TX
G. Harvey (Gerald Harvey Jones) (1933-2017) San Antonio, Austin, and Fredericksburg Artist Image Size: 8 inches tall Frame Size: 8 inches across Medium: Bronze Sculpture "A Texas Breed" Longhorn Dated 2011 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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Late 20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

Materials

Bronze

Black Heron - African Bird Bronze Sculpture - Limited Edition
Located in Pretoria, ZA
A study in bronze Egretta ardesiaca – Black Heron Famous for its “umbrella” feeding technique in which it hunts for food inside of its own spread and curled wings. Edition 1 of 9. L...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

The Present (Nativity Creche) 90" high cast aluminum
Located in Loveland, CO
"The Present" by Jane DeDecker Cast Aluminum Nativity Creche with Joseph, Mary and baby Jesus and an Angel Make your Christmas yard display extra special with this beautiful sculptu...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Metal

"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 Sculptures

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Bronze

Native North American Hopi Katsina (Kachina) Doll.
Located in Cotignac, FR
Native North American carved wood and painted effigy figure, Hopi Katsina or Kachina doll. This is one of a group of eight dolls all individually priced, or available as a set, and ...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

Kudu Bull - African Antelope Bronze Sculpture
Located in Pretoria, ZA
Kudu Bull - Limited Edition of 12, Bronze sculpture on bronze base, L 35 cm x W 12 cm x H 36 cm, brown patina. The majestic Kudu bull has one of the most recognisable silhouettes of ...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Native North American Hopi Katsina (Kachina) Doll.
Located in Cotignac, FR
Native North American carved wood and painted and articulated effigy figure, Hopi Katsina or Kachina doll. This is one of a group of eight dolls all individually priced, or availabl...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

"Ex Nihilo Fragment 7", Frederick Hart, Bronze Sculpture, Woman Figure
Located in Dallas, TX
Ex Nihilo Fragment 7 is a detail from the full-scale plaster from the final stone sculpture of Ex Nihilo, commissioned as part of the Creation Sculptures at Washington National Cathe...
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Early 2000s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Native North American Hopi Katsina (Kachina) Doll.
Located in Cotignac, FR
Native North American carved wood and painted effigy figure, Hopi Katsina or Kachina doll. This is one of a group of eight dolls all individually priced, or available as a set, and ...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

Native North American Hopi Katsina (Kachina) Doll.
Located in Cotignac, FR
Native North American carved wood and painted effigy figure, Hopi Katsina or Kachina doll. This is one of a group of eight dolls all individually priced, or available as a set, and ...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

Native North American Hopi Katsina (Kachina) Doll.
Located in Cotignac, FR
Native North American carved wood and painted effigy figure, Hopi Katsina or Kachina doll. This is one of a group of eight dolls all individually priced, or available as a set, and o...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

Native North American Hopi Katsina (Kachina) Doll.
Located in Cotignac, FR
Native North American carved wood and painted effigy figure, Hopi Katsina or Kachina doll. This is one of a group of eight dolls all individually priced, or available as a set, and o...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

Kindred
Located in Greenwich, CT
American, b. 1961 Jane DeDecker’s energetic and dynamic bronze sculptures serve as a reflection of her own life experiences and those of her closely-knit family. Her twelve nieces a...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Venus
Located in Greenwich, CT
Edition of 21 Jane DeDecker, American, b. 1961 Jane DeDecker’s energetic and dynamic bronze sculptures serve as a reflection of her own life experiences and those of her closely-kn...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Native North American Hopi Katsina (Kachina) Doll.
Located in Cotignac, FR
Native North American carved wood and painted effigy figure, Hopi Katsina or Kachina doll. This is one of a group of eight dolls all individually priced, or available as a set, and ...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

Group of Eight Native North American Hopi Katsina (Kachina) Dolls.
Located in Cotignac, FR
A group of eight Native North American carved wood and painted effigy figures, Hopi Katsina or Kachina dolls. Eight wonderfully playful, brightly coloured and highly individual Hopi...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

Small Portrait Relief, "Sofonisba" 2022
Located in San Diego, CA
This is a one of a kind original portrait relief by southern California artist Mary Buckman. It is 10" x 8" x 1.5". It is unframed. A certificate of au...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

« Titian Painter » Bronze Portrait lost wax cast, by W. Seib , Austrian
Located in PARIS, FR
The Painter Titian in his maturity. In left hand, his palette. Posture in majesty of this genial painter born in Poeve, in 1488 and dead in .Venice in 1575. Rare Bronze, lost wax c...
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Early 20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Marble, Bronze

Native North American Katsina (Kachina) Doll.
Located in Cotignac, FR
Native North American carved wood and painted effigy figure, Hopi/Navajo Katsina or Kachina doll. A particularly well detailed Katsina doll in good condition with feathers, fur-lin...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Wood, Paint

Forward Still, 80" tall bronze
Located in Loveland, CO
Forward Still by JaneDeDecker Abstract Figurative Sculpture ©2015 80x54x10" limited edition of 21 A contemplative person walks on the top of a large ring ABOUT THE ARTIST: 'Part of...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Dawn, 9.5ft tall multi-figure bronze
Located in Loveland, CO
Dawn by Jane DeDecker Abstract Figurative Cast Bronze Sculpture ©2008 Family of four waking to the rising sun 116x84x27" (base not included) limited edition of 11. Shipping price in...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

“Ane d’Afrique” African Donkey bronze by Auguste Cain, Susse foundry
By Auguste Cain
Located in PARIS, FR
Charming little bronze by the great animal sculptor Auguste-Nicolas Cain, signed A.Cain on the side, inscribed Ane d’Afrique (Donkey from Africa) and Susse Fres on the terrace. The...
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1870s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Earth, 72" high bronze
Located in Loveland, CO
Earth by Jane DeDecker Allegorical Element Figurative Bronze 72x32x20" bronze ed/17 (available patina is a darker blue-grey hue) Shipping price includes the custom packing/crating n...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Wolf with Bone, Wildlife Bronze on Wood Base, Western Art Sculpture
By Charles Marion Russell
Located in Whitefish, MT
Posthumous C.M. Russell (1864-1926) Bronze on wood plaque Foundry: Cottonwood 8" x 11" x 7" Edition #59/100 Charles Marion Russell (1864–1926) masterfu...
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Mid-20th Century Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Water, 72" high bronze
Located in Loveland, CO
Water by Jane DeDecker Allegorical Element Figurative Bronze 72x25x15" bronze ed/17 (available patina is a darker blue-grey hue) Shipping price includes the custom packing/crating n...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Fire, 72" high bronze
Located in Loveland, CO
Fire by Jane DeDecker Allegorical Element Figurative Bronze with Gold Leaf 72x14x20" bronze ed/17 (available patina is the darker blue-grey hue) Shipping price includes the custom p...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Juggler (Circus, Whimsical, Viola Frey, Playful, Fun, Cirque du Soleil, Fun)
Located in Kansas City, MO
Ann Rothman Juggler (Circus, Whimsical, Viola Frey, Delicate, Playful, Fun, Cirque du Soleil, The Ringling Bros., Barnum & Bailey) 2021 Porcelain, Low Fire Glazes, Crayons, Watercolo...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Porcelain, Glaze, Crayon, Watercolor

Tusker - African Elephant Bull - Bronze Sculpture
Located in Pretoria, ZA
'Tusker' - African Elephant Bull in bronze on Sandstone base, limited edition of 24. Once roaming throughout Africa, great Tuskers are now rarely seen. As sculpture is made on order ...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Nude, Sculpture, Natural Onyx Stone, handmade by Garo
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Natural Stone, All one piece of work, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Nude, Size: 13" x 7'' x 5'' i...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Black Rhino Bust Bronze Sculpture in Verdigris Blue - African Wildlife Sculpture
Located in Pretoria, ZA
Black Rhino Bust in Bronze Blue Verdigris patina, Limited Edition of 12, bronze sculpture on Sandstone base. The first time I was sculpting in the field, all I saw oft this magnificent Black Rhino was its head sticking out from behind the bush...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Place of Refuge
Located in Kailua Kona, HI
The Place of Refuge on the Big Island of Hawaii is a sacred place for Hawaiians. It signifies rebirth and health. During one of my visits to this heritage sight, I was inspired to fe...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Bronze

Nude Figure, Sculpture, Ceramic Handmade by Garo, One of a Kind
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Ceramic, Clay, Handmade, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Nude Figure, Size: 24" x 6'' x 6'' inch, (...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Fallen Angel, Sculpture, Hydro Stone, Handmade by Garo, One of a Kind
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Hydro Stone, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Fallen Angel, Size:...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Inseparable, Sculpture, Hydro Stone, Handmade by Garo, One of a Kind
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Hydro Stone, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Inseparable, Size: ...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Inseparable, Sculpture, Hydro Stone Handmade by Garo, One of a Kind
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Hydro Stone, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Inseparable, Size: ...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Standing Nude, Figure, Sculpture, Hydro Stone, Dust Marble Handmade by Garo
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Hydro Stone, Dust Marble, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Standing Nude, Size: 32" x 15'' x 10'' in...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Nude Woman, Sculpture, Stone Handmade by Garo
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Stone, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Nude Woman Size: 30" x 14...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

The Thinker, Sculpture, Handmade, Ceramic by Garo One of a Kind
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Ceramic, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: The Thinker, Size: 17" ...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Portrait of Woman, Sculpture, Ceramic Handmade by Garo, One of a Kind
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Ceramic, Clay, Handmade, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Portrai...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Adam and Eva, Sculpture, Hydro Stone Handmade by Garo, One of a Kind
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Hydro Stone, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Adam and Eva, Size:...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Stone

Hope, Sculpture, Hydro Stone, Dust Marble Handmade by Garo, One of a kind
Located in Granada Hills, CA
Artist: (Garo) Karapet Balakeseryan Medium: Hydro Stone, Dust Marble, One of a Kind Year: 2023 Style: Classic, Impressionism, Subject: Hope, ...
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2010s Impressionist Sculptures

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Impressionist sculptures for sale on 1stDibs.

Find a wide variety of authentic Impressionist sculptures available for sale on 1stDibs. Works in this style were very popular during the 21st Century and Contemporary, but contemporary artists have continued to produce works inspired by this movement. Many Pop art paintings were created by popular artists on 1stDibs, including Jane DeDecker, Scy, Frederick Hart, and Sharon Levy. Frequently made by artists working with Metal, and Bronze and other materials, all of these pieces for sale are unique and have attracted attention over the years. Not every interior allows for large Impressionist sculptures, so small editions measuring 1.5 inches across are also available. Prices for sculptures made by famous or emerging artists can differ depending on medium, time period and other attributes. On 1stDibs, the price for these items starts at $350 and tops out at $1,200,000, while the average work sells for $4,500.

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