U.S. - 1920-1949 - Marble stone composite
|Object:||Sculpture made by Vincent Glinsky. Title sculpture ‘Awakening’|
|Material:||Marble stone composite|
|Designer/ Artist:||Vincent Glinsky|
|Country of Origin:||U.S.|
|Condition:||Good condition - used with small signs of aging & blemishes|
Offered, a truly stunning image designed by the famous Russian artist Vincent Glinsky, depicting a woman waking up. (Awakening).
This sculpture is made of marble stone composite.
The design and the so-called curves are perfectly displayed.
A real eye-catcher.
Vincent Glinsky was born in Russia, left for New York with his family before the first world war.
He then lived at the Beau Arts Institute and worked at Columbia University. He was the architect for the Makkabeeën Building and designed the Fred F. Franse building.
With a wide range of awards, Glinsky was a talented sculptor, draughtsman, a beloved professor and mentor whose works lives on in many private and public collections.
Is clearly signed and is in a very good condition. No chips, hairlines, etc.
Length 30 cm
Height 18 cm
Width 11 cm.
Weight 2.570 kg.
Will be sent by registered mail or can be picked up by appointment.
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|Feedback score:||100% (13 reviews)|
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Goed aangekomen en als beschreven, ben er erg blij mee!
"Nice object, fast delivery and well protected.
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