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"Designers Fair Award, 1947," Art Deco sculpture for Henri Bendel
"Designers Fair Award, 1947," Art Deco sculptur...
Oronzio Maldarelli
Vintage 1940s American Art Deco Sculptures
Oak, Plaster
An important piece of American fashion history and a significant example of American Art Deco sculpture, this unique piece was awarded to Priscilla McCaffrey of Henri Bendel for her ...
"Genius and His Muses," Art Nouveau Masterpiece Sculpture by Frank Applegate
"Genius and His Muses," Art Nouveau Masterpiece...
Frank Applegate
Vintage 1910s American Art Nouveau Figurative Sculptures
Ceramic
An influential member of the New Mexico Painters, an Avant Garde group of artists including Ernest Blumenshein, William Henderson, Gustav Baumann, Victor Higgins, Walter Ufer, and B....
Pair of Polo Players, Rare and Striking Art Deco Sculptures by Gregory
Pair of Polo Players, Rare and Striking Art Dec...
Waylande Desantis Gregory
Vintage 1930s American Art Deco Figurative Sculptures
Ceramic
Very rare and striking, this pair of polo players glazed in a rich, deep bronze-like glaze highlighted with old gold, represent one of the high points of Art Deco sculpture in Americ...
"St. Sebastian," Early and Important Drawing with Male Nude by Lear
"St. Sebastian," Early and Important Drawing wi...
John B. Lear
Vintage 1960s American Mid-Century Modern Drawings
Although depictions of St. Sebastian have often depicted this figure with both pathos and sensuality, this example celebrates the beauty of the saint's physique more than the pain of...
"Polo Players," Rare Set of 5 Porcelain Art Dec...
Waylande Desantis Gregory
Vintage 1930s American Art Deco Tableware
Porcelain
Strikingly sculpted, incised and glazed, this very rare set of five coasters depicting polo players upon their horses -- each of them unique and incised by Gregory's hand -- is glaze...
"Moroccan Agadir Bazaar," Unique Midcentury Bow...
Waylande Desantis Gregory
Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Decorative Bowls
Ceramic
One of the most colorful and atmospheric pieces ever created by master sculptor and ceramicist Waylande Gregory, this glazed, shallow bowl shows a turbaned figure in the foreground, ...
"Come Muse Migrate," Art Deco Study for White H...
Dunbar D. Beck
Vintage 1930s American Art Deco Paintings
Paint
Gorgeously conceived and vividly hued, this study for the lid of the famous grand piano given by the Steinway Company to the White House in 1938, during the Franklin Delano Roosevelt...
"Fawn" Art Deco Sculpture by Waylande Gregory
Waylande Desantis Gregory
Vintage 1940s American Art Deco Animal Sculptures
Ceramic
Gorgeously glazed in tones of brown and gold, this very rare sculpture depicting a spotted fawn was created by Waylande Gregory, the renowned WPA sculptor and innovative ceramicist. ...
Rare Large Art Deco Centerpiece by Winterhalder...
Erwin Winterhalder
Vintage 1940s American Art Deco Centerpieces
Ceramic
Brilliantly glazed in chartreuse-yellow and Mediterranean blue-green, this unique and important Art Deco bowl was made by Erwin Winterhalder in Cupertino. The artist was born in Swit...
"Cubist Head" Metal Sculpture by Kinzinger, 1927
Edmund Kinzinger
Vintage 1920s American Art Deco Busts
Tin
A very fine example of Cubist sculpture, executed in gilt tin cut and shaped into human form, this piece was sculpted by Edmund Kinzinger, a German-born artist who settled in America...
"Music with Conch and Lyre," Study for White Ho...
Dunbar D. Beck
Vintage 1930s American Art Deco Paintings
Paint
One of the most important embellishments to the White House during the Franklin Delano Roosevelt administration was the gift of an important grand piano by the Steinway company, embe...
"Two Male Nudes," Early and Unusual Midcentury ...
John B. Lear
Vintage 1950s American Mid-Century Modern Drawings
A contemporary of Paul Cadmus, and like him, highly focused on depicting the male figure in various settings and positions, John Lear never gained fame beyond his circle of admirers ...

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