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  • Mid-Century Ceramic Woman's Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Ceramic Woman's Sculpture
    Black high gloss Mid-Century ceramic figure of a woman.
  • Mid-Century Stone Cat Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Stone Cat Sculpture
    Carved and artist signed stone cat on pedestal. A gorgeous mid-century modern piece that will add to your decor!
  • Mid-Century Brass Antelope
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    Mid-Century Brass Antelope
    Heavy brass sculpture of a deer/antelope on a brass base. Beautiful statement piece for any decor; book case, table, unlimited possibilities. Add a small wreath around the neck to add to your holiday decor. I have a picture with a wreath around the neck so you not not have to imagine what it would look like. (Wreath not included in the price).
  • Curtis Jere Style Mid-Century Modern Brass Wall Sculpture
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    Curtis Jere Style Mid-Century Modern Brass Wall Sculpture
    Large vintage brass leaf wall sculpture in the style of Curtis Jere. This sculpture is signed by the artist on the bottom right leaf, copyright AL 1980. The leaves have beautiful coloring around the perimeter with the edges of each leaf having a brutalist torch-cut appearance. The sculpture is in excellent vintage condition with shiny brass leaves and no missing or broken pieces. It has 3 heavy round hooks on the reverse for easy and secure hanging. A great addition to any Mid-Century Modern decor.
  • Mid-Century Sun Face Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Sun Face Sculpture
    Plaster, Mid-Century Modern-style sun face sculpture designed by Paul Ballardo. Designed in the image of Montezuma. Surface wear including minor chipping throughout. Marked "Austin Productions 1968."
  • Vintage Blenko Magic Mushroom Sculpture
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    Vintage Blenko Magic Mushroom Sculpture
    What a fun glass mushroom! Crafted by the Blenko company circa 1960's. Love the reddish orange top with the yellow base, so retro! In perfect condition, with no chips, cracks or repairs. The perfect addition to your mid century inspired credenza!
  • Mid-Century Brass Heron/Crane Sculpture - a Pair
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    Mid-Century Brass Heron/Crane Sculpture - a Pair
    Offered is a pair of mid century modern brass crane or heron statues standing on sunburst pattern bases. Measurements: W: 3.25 D: 3.25 H: 12.25 W: 9.25 D: 6 H: 7.5
  • Mid-Century Carved Wood Female Bust
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    Mid-Century Carved Wood Female Bust
    Dating to the Mid-Century, this is a sleek take on the female form. Carved wooden sculpture with beautiful patina, ready to grace a table or bookshelf.
  • Happy dog doorstop sculpture
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    Happy dog doorstop sculpture
    A playful felt door stopper with a contemporary flair that acknowledges the design precepts of mid-century modernism. It has a sensibility drawn from global house wares and antiques. This decor accessory will bring a sense of comfort and home into any contemporary living space. Product details color: black/white design style: contemporary item # 950381
  • Vintage Long Tail Bird Metal Sculpture
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    Vintage Long Tail Bird Metal Sculpture
    Mid-century modern long tail metal bird with lucite base decorative sculpture. Excellent vintage condition .
  • Chrome Sculpture of Head
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    Chrome Sculpture of Head
    Mid-Century Modern chrome sculpture of man's head on plexiglass stand.
  • Vintage Silver Llama Sculpture
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    Vintage Silver Llama Sculpture
    This Mid-Century Modern sculpture is the perfect metallic accent for your space. I love the sleek form!
  • Modernist Holiday Industrial Wire Christmas Stocking Sock Form
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    Modernist Holiday Industrial Wire Christmas Stocking Sock Form
    Modernist Form fluid metal dress hanger art Sculpture. Measure about 2 feet long. In excellent condition. We think it is spectacular and it has been used as both a functioning mannequin for photos as well as a modernist piece of art. Ideal for the holidays Hand on your mid century modern hearth or fireplace
  • Happy dog doorstop - white sculpture
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    Happy dog doorstop - white sculpture
    A playful door stopper with a contemporary flair that acknowledges the design precepts of mid-century modernism. It has a sensibility drawn from global house wares and antiques. This decor accessory will bring a sense of comfort and home into any contemporary living space. Dimensions: overall: h 11.00“ w 4.00“ d 11.00“ color: white design style: contemporary item # 950382
  • Mid-Century Jere Style Copper Metal Whale Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Jere Style Copper Metal Whale Sculpture
    Mid-Century whale sculpture in the manner of Curtis Jere. Striking wall sculpture with torch cut copper whale design.
  • Penguin door stopper sculpture
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    Penguin door stopper sculpture
    A playful door stopper with a contemporary flair that acknowledges the design precepts of mid-century modernism. It has a sensibility drawn from global house wares and antiques. This decor accessory will bring a sense of comfort and home into any contemporary living space. Dimensions: overall: h 11.00“ w 7.00“ d 5.00“ color: black/white design style: contemporary item # 950460
  • Modernist Bronze Tiki Face Bookends - A Pair
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    Modernist Bronze Tiki Face Bookends - A Pair
    Heavy substantial bookends in excellent condition. I believe they are cast bronze or might be an alloy of metals. A wonderful Mid-century Modern modernist sculpture or bookend. This is for TWO, perhaps keep one and give one as a gift. Blending coastal style with an island Polynesian flair? This piece has got you covered! A beautiful focal point, great for your tiki home, looks great in any shabby chic decor design as well as Boho Chic Living Spaces. Wonderful iconic images.
  • Rover door stopper sculpture
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    Rover door stopper sculpture
    A playful door stopper with a contemporary flair that acknowledges the design precepts of mid-century modernism. It has a sensibility drawn from global house wares and antiques. This decor accessory will bring a sense of comfort and home into any contemporary living space. Dimensions: overall: h 10.00“ w 6.00“ d 12.00“ color: grey design style: contemporary item # 950459
  • Art Deco-Style Greyhound Statue
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    Art Deco-Style Greyhound Statue
    Dating to the Mid-Century, this is an amazingly beautiful and graceful, burgundy red greyhound sculpture. This dog could be used as an accent piece or displayed as a sculpture.
  • Mid-Century Studio Pottery Genie Bottle
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    Mid-Century Studio Pottery Genie Bottle
    Offered is a handmade vintage studio pottery genie bottle sculpture featuring a drippy white lava glaze on a glossy ox-blood red background. Very heavy, definitely an eye catcher.
  • Rover door stopper - yellow sculpture
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    Rover door stopper - yellow sculpture
    A playful door stopper with a contemporary flair that acknowledges the design precepts of mid-century modernism. It has a sensibility drawn from global house wares and antiques. This decor accessory will bring a sense of comfort and home into any contemporary living space. Dimensions: overall: h 6.00“ w 5.00“ d 12.00“ color: yellow design style: contemporary item # 950461
  • Mid-Century Mosaic Fish Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Mosaic Fish Sculpture
    This is a mid-century fish art sculpture. Yellow sand and a mosaic of blue glass shapes the tropical fish sculpture. It has beautiful contrast in tone and texture.
  • King of the jungle doorstop sculpture
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    King of the jungle doorstop sculpture
    A playful door stopper with a contemporary flair that acknowledges the design precepts of mid-century modernism. It has a sensibility drawn from global house wares and antiques. This decor accessory will bring a sense of comfort and home into any contemporary living space. Dimensions: overall: h 11.00“ w 5.00“ d 9.50“ color: gold design style: contemporary item # 950383
  • "Steel on the Barren Plains 5" Print, Clay Walker
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    "Steel on the Barren Plains 5" Print, Clay Walker
    CLAY WALKER. (1924 - 2008) Painting titled: "Steel on the Barren Plains 5." Color woodcut on woodcut paper, circa 1959. Edition of 15; image size 16” x 31”. Clay Walker (1924-2008) found his niche in the contemporary art world, specializing in original graphics, limited edition prints and oil paintings. Yet his work has been displayed minimally since the late 1960s. Thousands of Clay Walker’s creations have been lost to the art world for the past 40 years until shortly after Walker’s death in 2008. They were rediscovered when Muriel Walker was introduced to Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints. Walker’s artwork was reintroduced to the public when Meyer Fine Art opened its first Walker retrospective in 2009; each year following the gallery has a solo Walker show March/April. Walker, an artist with a passion to create and teach art and Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints and paintings were the perfect pairing. Clay Walker was a prolific mid-century abstract expressionist. He was a friend of Pablo Picasso and an active member of the post-World War II art movement with Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, June Wayne, Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock. He began his art career in the Midwest, then San Antonio, Texas, finally moving to the west coast in late 1963. In the late 1970s he designed and built his final house and art studio in Escondido. During this period Walker he became reclusive; he kept apart from the mainstream art scene, only allowing family members, close friends and trusted collectors to view his pieces. He spent the majority of his time working in the studio. Clay Walker died in March 2008. Walker was a master of diverse art media with an eye for vivid color and unique design. He specialized in original graphics, limited edition prints, paintings and sculptures. Clay Walker artwork has been shown in over 200 exhibitions throughout the U.S., including the Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Art and the Library of Congress. As a teacher, all throughout his adult life, he motivated his students to master the basic art techniques then go beyond the traditional boundaries of creativity. On the west coast he Meyer Fine Art, Inc. is honored to represent Walker’s diverse works on paper, canvas, wood; a retrospective of color, texture and creativity. Experience how the times and art movements influenced his images. Compare his skillfully executed sketches to the finished masterpieces. Understand how he challenged himself utilizing colors and materials to create compositions ahead of their time. With each annual exhibition, the gallery unearths new pieces from the vast Walker inventory, covering the full range of art genre Walker worked in. The diverse works on paper, canvas and wood, a mélange of color, texture and creativity continue to excite new clients and previous collectors, frequently adding to their collections, creating a vast demand for his artwork. A work of art is a thing alive. You cannot create a work of art unless the things you behold respond to something within you. – Clay Walker Meyer Fine Art is the Exclusive represenative of the estate of work by Clay Walker.
  • Vintage Brass Ship Wall Sculpture
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    Vintage Brass Ship Wall Sculpture
    Offered is a double-sided mid century brass schooner hanging sculpture. Nice patina on this amazing piece!
  • Mid-Century Brass Horse Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Brass Horse Sculpture
    Mid-Century brass horse sculpture. Has been restored and is in perfect condition. Polished and lacquered to prevent from tarnishing.
  • Mid-Century Brass Antelope Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Brass Antelope Sculpture
    Mid-Century Modern solid brass antelope sculpture. Lightly tarnished.
  • Roman Horse Sculpture
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    Roman Horse Sculpture
    Mid-Century Regency Style Roman horse sculpture. Fabulous design by Jaru Art Products Los Angeles, Ca 1974. Bold architectural flavor rendered in a faux travertine finish. Molded and made of a plaster/concrete mix with a fibrous concentric appearance with amazing texture. Substantial at 15 lbs. Signed in the mold, Jaru 1974.
  • MCM Metal Etruscan Horse Sculpture Weinberg Style
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    MCM Metal Etruscan Horse Sculpture Weinberg Style
    A wonderfully sleek and modernist metal (brass, most likely) horse sculpture in the Mid Century Modern style of Frederick Weinberg. In great structural shape and clearly oxidized (there are a couple of brighter, brass-like spots peeking through its black-green patina). Features intricate design on both sides. The horse measures 7 inches at its tallest and 5 inches at its widest.
  • Mid-Century Modern Studio Pottery Owl Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Modern Studio Pottery Owl Sculpture
    Mid-Century modern owl sculpture on wood base by Pacific Stoneware, Inc. Made in the USA. Made of brown clay and glazed by hand. The image of the owl is on both sides of the sculpture. Stamped with makers mark on side of sculpture.
  • Mid-Century Rocky Mt. Horned Ram Wall Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Rocky Mt. Horned Ram Wall Sculpture
    Large impressive hand-created Rocky Mountain Big Horned ram sheep's wall plaque sculpture. Includes hole on backside for easy wall display, mounting hardware not included. Top is opened so it could be also used as a planter or candle sconce. Signed by the artist "Guest."
  • Jonathan Adler Brass Teardrop Sculpture
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    Jonathan Adler Brass Teardrop Sculpture
    This versatile sculpture cast from lustrous brass lends itself well to a variety of decorative styles, from midcentury modern to Palm Beach chic. 20"W X 16"H X 16.5"D. Brass. Spot clean. Imported. - Brass Teardrop Sculpture
  • Mid-Century Industrial Automotive Mirrors - A Pair
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    Mid-Century Industrial Automotive Mirrors - A Pair
    This pair of automotive side mirrors are sleek design pieces with an atomic pointy look. Useful for mirrors, bookends or sculpture. Some pitting and age to the chrome. Both mirrors are clear and functional. One has a figural space age jet plane, the other is a bullet shape. The bullet shaped mirror is marked JOMA G55 and is from a 50's Ford Chevy or Dodge Car. 8" tall 5.5" depth No markings on the Jet plane atomic mirror. 7" tall 7" depth.
  • Mid-Century Folk Art Monkey Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Folk Art Monkey Sculpture
    This piece came from an Appalachian estate many years back. The glaze tones are bold and the sculptural balance is exquisite. The monkey appears to be balancing on nearly two feet. Material: dried clay + glaze
  • Mid-Century Rocky Mt. Horned Ram Wall Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Rocky Mt. Horned Ram Wall Sculpture
    Large impressive hand-created Rocky Mountain Big Horned ram sheep's wall plaque sculpture. Includes hole on backside for easy wall display, mounting hardware not included. Top is opened so it could be also used as a planter or candle sconce. Signed by the artist "Guest."
  • Mid-Century Modern Brutalist Butterfly Wall Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Modern Brutalist Butterfly Wall Sculpture
    Beautiful large Mid-Century Modern Torch Cut kinetic wall sculpture of butterflies. This sculpture is unsigned, though has many characteristics of a Curtis Jere' piece in terms of detail, weight, and style. This piece was part of an estate of collector's of Jere' sculptures. It features hooks on the back to assist with hanging.
  • Mid Century Lucite Lollipop Sculpture
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    Mid Century Lucite Lollipop Sculpture
    This Mid Century lucite sculpture is So Retro! Some light scratches and wear to the wooden base. The perfect addition to your mid century inspired sideboard! Base measures 3" square.
  • Tall Heavy Fiberglass Standing Mannequin Art Deco Mannequin Brass Modernist Decor
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    Tall Heavy Fiberglass Standing Mannequin Art Deco Mannequin Brass Modernist Decor
    Offered is a very tall substantial mid century modern mannequin. Great retail store display or for flea markets and antique shops. Ideal to showcase perhaps your favorite Hermes Scarf, Chanel Handbag or Louis Vuitton Luggage. This is an unusual, Modernist mannequin display that was custom made for a very high end designer boutique retail store. It would make an incredible display item for any home! It works as both a functional mannequin, but also as a modern piece of art sculpture for the house. Some minimal surface wear. We think it is spectacular and it has been used as both a functioning mannequin for photos as well as a modernist piece of art. We will gladly send you as many pics as you wish, . It makes a wonderful display and makes a statement. Mannequin lifts out of base and the base is nicely detailed. Measurements: 68" tall 12" wide 8 3/4" deep Stand is 14" from front to back Bust - 34" Waist - 25 1/4" Hips - 35" Additional photos gladly supplied upon request. Thank you for looking at our listings and please browse through our other items. We have paired this in some of the photos with other current items available including Gainey Planter Pot Collection, Charles Hollis Jones Lucite Display Shelf Etagere, a vintage wood mail sorter from Pasadena California, an antique pop art sculpture of a huge surveyors stick, Homecrest patio Furniture and Mid Century Modern Panton Lamps, all of which are currently listed on Chairish. We appreciate your interest. We will gladly supply additional photos, so please ask to see them if you'd like. And if you have any questions, please contact support@chairish.com. Thank you for looking at our listings and please browse through our other items. We appreciate your interest. I usually have more photos than I've posted, so please ask to see them if you'd like. And if you have any questions, please contact support@chairish.com, thanks! We will always strive to offer you the best shipping prices we can. We will gladly combine shipping costs for more item whenever possible and we will work with you on alternative shipping and delivery whenever possible. If you're interested in this item, we are happy to check alternative shipping costs for you, please let us know before purchasing, thanks Regarding this item: We can possibly arrange delivery to parts of Arizona, as well as parts California, including Palm Springs, Pasadena, the Central Coast of California, including Santa Barbara and the SLO Region. In addition, we may be able to deliver this to Las Vegas and Northern California. We will do everything we can to find you the most economic and preferred shipping method
  • Modernist Bronze Bull Sculpture
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    Modernist Bronze Bull Sculpture
    Modernist Bronze Bull Sculpture Figure CREATOR Unknown (Designer) IN THE STYLE OF Mid-Century Modern PLACE OF ORIGIN United States DATE OF MANUFACTURE 1960s PERIOD 1960-1969 MATERIALS AND TECHNIQUES Bronze
  • Preowned Dorothy Dehner Watercolor--"maiden Aunts"
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    Preowned Dorothy Dehner Watercolor--"maiden Aunts"
    Dorothy Dehner (1901-1994) Was One Of The Most Important Women Artists In The United States In The Mid-Century American Abstraction Movement (The Moma In New York Has More Than A Dozen Of Her Works In Its Collection). Unfortunately, She Has Been Overshadowed By The Titanic Presence Of David Smith (The Most Important Sculptor Of The Abstract Expressionist Period), Whom She Married When They Were Both Young Artists Experimenting With Abstraction In The 1930S. Though She, Too, Devoted A Good Amount Of Time Making Sculpture, She Was The More Talented Painter Of The Two (They Separated In The 1940S, Allegedly Due To Smith's Feelings Of Competition With Dehner). Her Pen And Ink And Watercolor Works Are The Most Moving, Expressive And Original Of Her Creations. When The Moma Decided To Buy One Of Her Works For Its Permanent Collection In 1953, It Was One Of These Watercolors It Chose.The Jewish Museum Of Art And The Cleveland Museum Of Art Have Held Major Retrospectives Of Dehner's Work. In 1993, The Metropolitan Museum Of Art Purchased One Of Dehner's Watercolors From This Same Period. Her Work Is Also In The British Museum, The Hirshhorn Museum, The Phillips Collection (Washington D. C.), The Philadelphia Museum Of Art, And The Museum Of American Art, Among Others.Originally Purchased From Kraushaar Galleries, Ny.In A Gilt-Wood Frame.
  • Tall Black Obelisks - A Pair
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    Tall Black Obelisks - A Pair
    Pair of black Mid-century Modern ceramic obelisks. Bisque finish with high gloss modern leaves to create a paint dripping pattern. Marked #222 and #223. No chips on ceramic. Large one size is: 4 x 4 x 20.5” H Medium one size is: 3 x 3 x 16.5” H
  • Curtis Jere Signed Cranes Wall Sculpture
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    Curtis Jere Signed Cranes Wall Sculpture
    Signed Curtis Jere Cranes Wall sculpture. Made of patinaed brass and metals. So lovely they look alive on your wall. (Partner sculpture of single crane also for sale.) Very Mid Century Modern feel.
  • Vintage Sommerso Italian Glass Mini Vases - A Pair
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    Vintage Sommerso Italian Glass Mini Vases - A Pair
    Pair of Italian sculptures decor colorful glass. Original 60s vintage space age pop modernist Mid-Century Murano Sommerso pair of vases, these hand-blown high end in mint condition decorative pieces are made of colorful high-end glass. Perfect condition. The larger vase: W 3.5' x D 2 1/4' x H 3 1/8' The smaller vase: W 2 5/8' x D 2' x H 3' Shipping Items can be picked up at our store or we can arrange shipping for additional charge. Wherever you live, we provide you with a competitive quote from a range of trusted companies that we have built up a relationship with over the years. If you’d like a shipping quote, simply send us your zip code along with a link to the piece you're interested in so that we may provide you the best shipping quote possible. All items usually ship within 3 to 5 business days after payment is received. Local delivery We also offer local delivery service to your home or office. Please send us your zip code or city so that we may provide a quote. Free local pick up is also welcome!
  • Mid-Century Figurative Silver Wood Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Figurative Silver Wood Sculpture
    Mid-century figurative sculpture made of wood with a silver painted finish. Age unknown. Makes a wonderful conversation piece for your console or coffee table.
  • Mid Century Pairpoint Art Glass Paper Weight
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    Mid Century Pairpoint Art Glass Paper Weight
    Art Glass sculpture was made by well-known glass company Pairpoint. The piece features a sphere with red and white swirls and controlled bubbles in the center that sits on a glass base. Pairpoint is the oldest operating glass company in the US. They've been manufacturing fine glass and crystal goods since 1837 and have pieces in The Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Boston Fine Art Museum and the Corning Museum of Glass.
  • Mid-Century Black Jack Bookend
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    Mid-Century Black Jack Bookend
    An interesting, oversized jack bookend or sculpture. Forged Iron with black painted finish.
  • Leonard Baskin Mid-Century Signed Woodblock
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    Leonard Baskin Mid-Century Signed Woodblock
    This is a very interesting Mid-Century modern signed woodblock print by the renown artist Leonard Baskin. It is appropriately framed in a simple gold metal frame on a very heavy and sturdy wooden support. The frame for this piece measures 13” wide x 16.5” tall, and the image size is approximately 4.5” x 7.5”. About the artist: Leonard Baskin (1922-2000) was one of the universal artists of the 20th century. Sculptor, painter, printmaker and writer he was reared in New York and educated at a Yeshiva (a Jewish religious college) before going on to Yale. In 1953 he began teaching printmaking and sculpture at Smith College in Northampton, Massachusetts, where he remained until 1974. While there he founded Gehenna, a small private press specializing in fine book production. He moved to England in 1974 and spent the next nine years living near Tiverton in Devon where he built a great friendship with the poet laureate Ted Hughes and his wife Sylvia Plath illustrating books for both. Baskin was a superb, prolific print-maker. His prints ranged from woodcuts through lithography and etching; his subjects covered portraits, flower studies, biblical, classical and mythological scenes. Baskin’s sculpture, watercolors, and prints are in the permanent collections of most of the world's major art galleries and museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art, The Museum of Modern Art, the Vatican Museum, the Smithsonian Institute and the Tate Gallery in London.
  • Sculptural Coat or Hat Rack
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    Sculptural Coat or Hat Rack
    Incredible Contemporary coat / hat rack! Even could blend into one's Mid-Century style. It's fabulous because not only is it functional, but decorative too. It's like a huge kinetic sculpture and can take the place of a large house plant to fill a corner for example. It's the second one I've owned and I had never seen another like it until today. The other was sold to a Denver collector with a great eye. It's about 6 feet tall with 4 metal rods of varying heights, topped with wooden balls and a particle board type weighted base. The base does have some nicks and wear on some corners and edges. Some balls have some minor dings.
  • Mid-Century Metal Wall Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Metal Wall Sculpture
    A fantastic metal art sculpture from the Mid-Century era. This piece is unsigned but is often attributed to Curtis Jere. This makes a great statement above your mantle or anywhere! Overall nice vintage condition showing only light signs of use.
  • Clay Walker "Man Within" Print
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    Clay Walker "Man Within" Print
    Clay Walker Original woodcut in colors and etching 1958 Edition of 8 Image size: 12.5 x 17.5 signed, titled, numbered and dated in pencil Meyer Fine Art, Inc. is the exclusive representative for the estate of art by Clay Walker Clay Walker (1924-2008) found his niche in the contemporary art world, specializing in original graphics, limited edition prints and oil paintings. Yet his work has been displayed minimally since the late 1960s. Thousands of Clay Walker’s creations have been lost to the art world for the past 40 years until shortly after Walker’s death in 2008. They were rediscovered when Muriel Walker was introduced to Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints. Walker’s artwork was reintroduced to the public when Meyer Fine Art opened its first Walker retrospective in 2009; each year following the gallery has a solo Walker show March/April. Walker, an artist with a passion to create and teach art and Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints and paintings were the perfect pairing. Clay Walker was a prolific mid-century abstract expressionist. He was a friend of Pablo Picasso and an active member of the post-World War II art movement with Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, June Wayne, Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock. He began his art career in the Midwest, then San Antonio, Texas, finally moving to the west coast in late 1963. In the late 1970s he designed and built his final house and art studio in Escondido. During this period Walker he became reclusive; he kept apart from the mainstream art scene, only allowing family members, close friends and trusted collectors to view his pieces. He spent the majority of his time working in the studio. Clay Walker died in March 2008. Walker was a master of diverse art media with an eye for vivid color and unique design. He specialized in original graphics, limited edition prints, paintings and sculptures. Clay Walker artwork has been shown in over 200 exhibitions throughout the U.S., including the Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Art and the Library of Congress. As a teacher, all throughout his adult life, he motivated his students to master the basic art techniques then go beyond the traditional boundaries of creativity. On the west coast he Meyer Fine Art, Inc. is honored to represent Walker’s diverse works on paper, canvas, wood; a retrospective of color, texture and creativity. Experience how the times and art movements influenced his images. Compare his skillfully executed sketches to the finished masterpieces. Understand how he challenged himself utilizing colors and materials to create compositions ahead of their time. With each annual exhibition, the gallery unearths new pieces from the vast Walker inventory, covering the full range of art genre Walker worked in. The diverse works on paper, canvas and wood, a mélange of color, texture and creativity continue to excite new clients and previous collectors, frequently adding to their collections, creating a vast demand for his artwork. A work of art is a thing alive. You cannot create a work of art unless the things you behold respond to something within you. – Clay Walker
  • Mid-Century Jere Style Brass Lotus Wall Hanging
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    Mid-Century Jere Style Brass Lotus Wall Hanging
    This is a fabulous Mid-century wall hanging from the 1960s. It is made with a brass tone metal in the style of Jere. This lovely lotus branch sculpture is on a green silk backing with a black wood frame. This measures a large 49 1/2" x 37 1/2". Super nice vintage condition with some rub and wear to the black frame. This is a stunning Mid-Century and Hollywood Regency statement piece!
  • "Phoenix", Fantoni Metal Torch-Cut Sculpture
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    "Phoenix", Fantoni Metal Torch-Cut Sculpture
    Beautiful Brutalist torch-cut sculpture titled, "Phoenix". Another great example of mid-century, Italian Sculpture. This was made in Florence, Italy by Marcello Fantoni (for Raymor) in the mid 1950s - Early 1960s. Square stone base. A must for your shelf, coffee table, or nightstand.
  • Mid-Century Modern Finesse Originals Greek Warrior Horses Wall Art
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    Mid-Century Modern Finesse Originals Greek Warrior Horses Wall Art
    Wow! This 1960's Finesse Originals sculpture is quite the statement piece! It is a large scale fiberglass wall frieze with gold gilding, Depicting Greek soldiers on horseback charging into battle! In very good vintage condition as you can see in the photographs.
  • Vintage 1960s Woman Holding Vessel Sculpture
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    Vintage 1960s Woman Holding Vessel Sculpture
    An elegant vintage 1960s era sculpture of a woman holding a vessel. Richly colored turquoise glaze with metallic accents. Crafted of red clay. Mid-century art. Tall, perfect for creating an eye catching display. There are no chips, no cracks and no repairs. Measures 12 3/4 inches high x 3 1/4 inches wide x 2 inches deep. Guaranteed vintage and authentic.
  • Mid-Century Abstract Fish Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Abstract Fish Sculpture
    Somchai type mid-century modern bronze tone fish sculpture. Great shape with no dents, scratches, etc.
  • Mid-Century Ceramic Crackle Horse Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Ceramic Crackle Horse Sculpture
    Mid-century; ceramic crackle horse sculpture, with raised hoof, and regalia festoon dressage, and Greek Key detail to square, base surround. Excellent condition.
  • Curtis Jere Style Brass Winter Tree Sculpture
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    Curtis Jere Style Brass Winter Tree Sculpture
    This is an unsigned vintage brass and copper sculpture of a tree in winter in the brutalist style of Curtis Jere. It is somewhat diminutive relative to other mid-century modern sculptures, but makes a sweet accent piece tucked into a smaller space. Excellent condition.
  • Brutalist Metal Sunburst Sculpture
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    Brutalist Metal Sunburst Sculpture
    Amazing mid century sunburst, brutalist metal wall sculpture. Displays a beautiful yellow stone in the center. Measurement depends on how it hangs off the wall.
  • Mid-Century Modern Wall Sculpture, Cherry Blossoms
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    Mid-Century Modern Wall Sculpture, Cherry Blossoms
    Intricately hand crafted Chinese style cherry blossom art work. Backed onto copper mesh, mounted on wood, and framed. Great eye catching piece - shine a spotlight on it! Mid Century Modern metal sculpture that will add to your décor! Listed by East2west Furniture.
  • Murano Glass Candy Sculpture
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    Murano Glass Candy Sculpture
    Beautiful Murano glass candy sculpture with original hang tag. This piece dates circa 1960's. Blown in blue with gold fleck inclusion and clear glass. No chips, cracks or repairs. A sweet addition to your mid century inspired decor!
  • Frederic Weinberg "Jitterbug" Lighted Sculpture
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    Frederic Weinberg "Jitterbug" Lighted Sculpture
    The name Weinberg has become synonymous with the whimsical optimism of the post war period. His oversized plaster sculptures were the perfect compliment to the spare, linear furnishings and dwellings of the period. The "Jitterbug" dancers are solid painted plaster with a textured finish. There are three standard sockets which create a soft backglow to the wall. The sculpture easily hangs by two original metal wall brackets, which also allows easy access to the lighting.
  • Vintage Hand-Carved Marble Owl Sculpture
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    Vintage Hand-Carved Marble Owl Sculpture
    Vintage hand-carved marble owl sculpture. Made in Italy. The owl is an iconic figure from the mid-century. This hand carved marble owl is a beautiful blend of tan, ivory, and grey tones. He has round black eyes, not sure what they are made of. It is in excellent condition, no chips, cracks, or scratches. It is very heavy and shines nicely! No wear from handling. This owl would make a fantastic gift to the Mid-century Modern lover!
  • Vintage Mid-Century Alien Bust Sculpture on Lucite
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    Vintage Mid-Century Alien Bust Sculpture on Lucite
    Super cool and rare bust of an alien, ceramic on thick lucite base. Signed and dated 1961. Beautiful, interesting, fun. Very rare. Very good vintage condition, a small nick on the end of nose a few other minor wear marks here and there. Appears to have been reglued at some point -- a brownish glue is visible from underneath base.
  • Clay Walker "Dancer" Print
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    Clay Walker "Dancer" Print
    Clay Walker (1924 - 2008) "Dancer" original woodcut, 1960 signed, titled numbered and dated in pencil Image size: 17.5 x 12 inches Clay Walker (1924-2008) found his niche in the contemporary art world, specializing in original graphics, limited edition prints and oil paintings. Yet his work has been displayed minimally since the late 1960s. Thousands of Clay Walker’s creations have been lost to the art world for the past 40 years until shortly after Walker’s death in 2008. They were rediscovered when Muriel Walker was introduced to Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints. Walker’s artwork was reintroduced to the public when Meyer Fine Art opened its first Walker retrospective in 2009; each year following the gallery has a solo Walker show March/April. Walker, an artist with a passion to create and teach art and Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints and paintings were the perfect pairing. Clay Walker was a prolific mid-century abstract expressionist. He was a friend of Pablo Picasso and an active member of the post-World War II art movement with Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, June Wayne, Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock. He began his art career in the Midwest, then San Antonio, Texas, finally moving to the west coast in late 1963. In the late 1970s he designed and built his final house and art studio in Escondido. During this period Walker he became reclusive; he kept apart from the mainstream art scene, only allowing family members, close friends and trusted collectors to view his pieces. He spent the majority of his time working in the studio. Clay Walker died in March 2008. Walker was a master of diverse art media with an eye for vivid color and unique design. He specialized in original graphics, limited edition prints, paintings and sculptures. Clay Walker artwork has been shown in over 200 exhibitions throughout the U.S., including the Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Art and the Library of Congress. As a teacher, all throughout his adult life, he motivated his students to master the basic art techniques then go beyond the traditional boundaries of creativity. On the west coast he Meyer Fine Art, Inc. is honored to represent Walker’s diverse works on paper, canvas, wood; a retrospective of color, texture and creativity. Experience how the times and art movements influenced his images. Compare his skillfully executed sketches to the finished masterpieces. Understand how he challenged himself utilizing colors and materials to create compositions ahead of their time. With each annual exhibition, the gallery unearths new pieces from the vast Walker inventory, covering the full range of art genre Walker worked in. The diverse works on paper, canvas and wood, a mélange of color, texture and creativity continue to excite new clients and previous collectors, frequently adding to their collections, creating a vast demand for his artwork. A work of art is a thing alive. You cannot create a work of art unless the things you behold respond to something within you. – Clay Walker Meyer Fine Art is the exclusive representative for the estate of art by Clay Walker.
  • Mid Century Beethoven Poster
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    Mid Century Beethoven Poster
    Vintage 1950s original lithograph poster with photograph of bust sculpture of Beethoven, the famous "son" of Germany, and the city Bonn specifically. Vintage poster may show signs of age and use. Mounted to linen with what appears to have been with a reversible manner (like rice glue). Please note handmade walnut wooden magnetic rods are sold separately and this listing is just for the poster itself. Get in touch with us or support@chairish.com if you'd like to add on the rods as they are currently made to order.
  • Clay Walker "Painted Way of Life" Print
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    Clay Walker "Painted Way of Life" Print
    Clay Walker "Painted Way of Life Original woodcut in colors 1956 Edition of 10 Image size: 21.5 x 11.5 signed, titled, numbered and dated in pencil Meyer Fine Art, Inc. is the exclusive representative of the estate of art by Clay Walker Clay Walker (1924-2008) found his niche in the contemporary art world, specializing in original graphics, limited edition prints and oil paintings. Yet his work has been displayed minimally since the late 1960s. Thousands of Clay Walker’s creations have been lost to the art world for the past 40 years until shortly after Walker’s death in 2008. They were rediscovered when Muriel Walker was introduced to Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints. Walker’s artwork was reintroduced to the public when Meyer Fine Art opened its first Walker retrospective in 2009; each year following the gallery has a solo Walker show March/April. Walker, an artist with a passion to create and teach art and Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints and paintings were the perfect pairing. Clay Walker was a prolific mid-century abstract expressionist. He was a friend of Pablo Picasso and an active member of the post-World War II art movement with Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, June Wayne, Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock. He began his art career in the Midwest, then San Antonio, Texas, finally moving to the west coast in late 1963. In the late 1970s he designed and built his final house and art studio in Escondido. During this period Walker he became reclusive; he kept apart from the mainstream art scene, only allowing family members, close friends and trusted collectors to view his pieces. He spent the majority of his time working in the studio. Clay Walker died in March 2008. Walker was a master of diverse art media with an eye for vivid color and unique design. He specialized in original graphics, limited edition prints, paintings and sculptures. Clay Walker artwork has been shown in over 200 exhibitions throughout the U.S., including the Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Art and the Library of Congress. As a teacher, all throughout his adult life, he motivated his students to master the basic art techniques then go beyond the traditional boundaries of creativity. On the west coast he Meyer Fine Art, Inc. is honored to represent Walker’s diverse works on paper, canvas, wood; a retrospective of color, texture and creativity. Experience how the times and art movements influenced his images. Compare his skillfully executed sketches to the finished masterpieces. Understand how he challenged himself utilizing colors and materials to create compositions ahead of their time. With each annual exhibition, the gallery unearths new pieces from the vast Walker inventory, covering the full range of art genre Walker worked in. The diverse works on paper, canvas and wood, a mélange of color, texture and creativity continue to excite new clients and previous collectors, frequently adding to their collections, creating a vast demand for his artwork. A work of art is a thing alive. You cannot create a work of art unless the things you behold respond to something within you. – Clay Walker
  • Cast Iron Jack Sculpture
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    Cast Iron Jack Sculpture
    A Mid-Century cast iron jack sculpture. A great object of design for a modern room. Beautifully aged, the iron jack features white paint.
  • Mid-Century AstroFab Zodiac Cancer Sculpture
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    Mid-Century AstroFab Zodiac Cancer Sculpture
    So of-the-era....This sculpture depicts the zodiac's fourth sign, Cancer. Made by the iconic Austin Production Company, this piece perfectly illustrates the vibe of the times. Sexy, stately, andsStylish. Perfect for the Crabs of the world or for that one Crabby Appleton. Condition: The sculpture is in very good condition with some very minor wear. Nothing that should deter you from adding this to your collection of fabulous things. Base Dimensions: 5 x 3.5 x 2.75
  • Mid-Century Carved Wood & Brass Antelope
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    Mid-Century Carved Wood & Brass Antelope
    This is a fantastic carved wood sculpture of an antelope. The horns are solid brass. There is no damage. There are orange/red highlights in the color stain.
  • Mid-Century Sun Face Pottery Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Sun Face Pottery Sculpture
    This terra cotta face is handcrafted from rich clays. Ideal for indoors or outside. The sun is usually connected with something positive that gives us energy, power and wakes up our desire to live completely. During cloudy days we always miss the sun and want to have it back again. Here's to a Sunny Day. This heavy sun is ready to hang. Your pottery will be carefully packed to ensure it arrives to you safely.
  • Mid-Century Mounted Plaster Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Mounted Plaster Sculpture
    Well executed unsigned white plaster sculpture of a young woman. Nicely mounted on wood block base. Two pieces, base is separate. Heavy and weighty.
  • Copper & Enamel Sunburst by William Friedle
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    Copper & Enamel Sunburst by William Friedle
    Phenomenal Mid-Century Modern copper rod and enamel center "sunburst" sculpture by William Friedle. Friedle's sculptures are often mistaken for Jere...however Friedle's work is much more involved artistically speaking, and are far better made and finished than the majority of the massed produced work of Jere' artisans. Friedle's best examples often exhibit excellent enamel work as well as gold gilt. This sculpture measures approx. 28" diameter. You will find similar Friedle sculptures priced on 1stdibs for no less $4000, meaning the dealers typically sell them for a discounted price of around $3000. Condition~please read carefully and examine photos closely. Sculpture is in excellent condition with minor wear consistent with age and normal use. Enamel surface is stable and totally intact with zero loss. Copper wire rods can be slightly adjusted (carefully) to suit your display/appearance preferences. Ready to hang in your cool mid century modernist interior.
  • Modernist Man Pushing Boulder Bookends - Pair
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    Modernist Man Pushing Boulder Bookends - Pair
    Pair of modernist man pushing boulder sculpture bookends. Crafted of gold-painted metal, this is an interesting piece depicting a figural man pushing a boulder. It is embossed Ted Arnold, Ltd. It is actually two pieces: the man's hands have ends that fit into holes on the rock. They are each metal with a brass-colored coating. Pieces together measure about 6.5" long and 3.25" tall. There is some paint loss. A wonderful Mid-century Modern modernist sculpture or bookend. This is for TWO, perhaps keep one and give one as a gift. Not quite identical but makes a wonderful focal point anywhere. One is heavier than the other and shinier than the other.
  • Vintage Clay Pottery Apple and Pear - Pair
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    Vintage Clay Pottery Apple and Pear - Pair
    Offered is a unique vintage pair of clay pottery sculptures. These are handmade from the mid century or earlier. The natural colors are beautifully depicted on the pear and apple with a blush of ripeness on each. They are both hollow inside and are quite heavy. Height stated is to the top of pear, the width stated is the diameter of the apple. The apple is nine inches tall. There is some crazing on both.
  • Brass Kudu Sculpture
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    Brass Kudu Sculpture
    Mid-century solid brass kudu/deer/antelope sculpture. Nice shine. A beautiful Hollywood regency piece with lots of character!
  • Mid Century Modern Art Screen Room Divider Plant
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    Mid Century Modern Art Screen Room Divider Plant
    Unique modern retro room divider with built in plant storage. Will stand on its own. Custom Made and two sided. Circa 1960's Great condition for its age, some wear and a few scratches and nicks. Complete and in beautiful original condition. Imagine this filled with cacti and succulents, amazing. Comprised of organic forms and shapes. There is a tension wire threaded through the bottom which keeps the wooden tension wires in place. The vertical strips are secured by bolts. The bottom has storage for plants if you desire. The overall effect is a very joyful combination This can be used as a room divider or in our opinion creates a dramatic statement as a sculpture or wall decor. The overall effect is a very joyful combination This can be used as a room divider or library divider and and in our opinion creates a dramatic statement as a sculpture or wall decor. Possibly Rosewood Inspired by and reminds us of the "LB7" made by Poggi, in 1956. If you have any questions, please contact support@chairish.com! We will always strive to offer you the best shipping prices we can. We will gladly combine shipping costs for more item whenever possible and we will work with you on alternative shipping and delivery whenever possible.
  • Frederick Weinberg Gilt Trojan Horse Figurine
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    Frederick Weinberg Gilt Trojan Horse Figurine
    Mid-century era, Frederick Weinberg forged bronze, gilt Trojan Horse Figurine/Sculpture. In excellent condition.
  • Bitossi for Raymor Mid-Century Bird Sculpture
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    Bitossi for Raymor Mid-Century Bird Sculpture
    Vintage mid-century modern, Italian Bitossi for Raymor ceramic yellow bird sculpture with abstract stylized diamond and clover pattern. Abstract form and structure. Textured glaze. Marked "7.14/23, Italy" on the underside.
  • Clay Walker "Lola as Lola" Print
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    Clay Walker "Lola as Lola" Print
    Clay Walker (1924 - 2008) "Lola as Lola" Softground Etching/Aquatint Hand Coloring Edition of 20, image size: 31” x 21” 1964 Clay Walker (1924-2008) found his niche in the contemporary art world, specializing in original graphics, limited edition prints and oil paintings. Yet his work has been displayed minimally since the late 1960s. Thousands of Clay Walker’s creations have been lost to the art world for the past 40 years until shortly after Walker’s death in 2008. They were rediscovered when Muriel Walker was introduced to Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints. Walker’s artwork was reintroduced to the public when Meyer Fine Art opened its first Walker retrospective in 2009; each year following the gallery has a solo Walker show March/April. Walker, an artist with a passion to create and teach art and Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints and paintings were the perfect pairing. Clay Walker was a prolific mid-century abstract expressionist. He was a friend of Pablo Picasso and an active member of the post-World War II art movement with Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, June Wayne, Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock. He began his art career in the Midwest, then San Antonio, Texas, finally moving to the west coast in late 1963. In the late 1970s he designed and built his final house and art studio in Escondido. During this period Walker he became reclusive; he kept apart from the mainstream art scene, only allowing family members, close friends and trusted collectors to view his pieces. He spent the majority of his time working in the studio. Clay Walker died in March 2008. Walker was a master of diverse art media with an eye for vivid color and unique design. He specialized in original graphics, limited edition prints, paintings and sculptures. Clay Walker artwork has been shown in over 200 exhibitions throughout the U.S., including the Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Art and the Library of Congress. As a teacher, all throughout his adult life, he motivated his students to master the basic art techniques then go beyond the traditional boundaries of creativity. On the west coast he Meyer Fine Art, Inc. is honored to represent Walker’s diverse works on paper, canvas, wood; a retrospective of color, texture and creativity. Experience how the times and art movements influenced his images. Compare his skillfully executed sketches to the finished masterpieces. Understand how he challenged himself utilizing colors and materials to create compositions ahead of their time. With each annual exhibition, the gallery unearths new pieces from the vast Walker inventory, covering the full range of art genre Walker worked in. The diverse works on paper, canvas and wood, a mélange of color, texture and creativity continue to excite new clients and previous collectors, frequently adding to their collections, creating a vast demand for his artwork. A work of art is a thing alive. You cannot create a work of art unless the things you behold respond to something within you. – Clay Walker Meyer Fine Art is the exclusive representative for the estate of art by Clay Walker.
  • Wooden statue with marble base
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    Wooden statue with marble base
    Usa, mid-century. Sculpture in solid wood mounted onto marble base. Artist unknown. Excellent vintage condition. Dimension(mm): w120-d120-h630
  • Handmade Turquoise Octagonal Wood Vessel
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    Handmade Turquoise Octagonal Wood Vessel
    Unique handmade wood vessel with a distressed finish in vibrant turquoise. This piece has both a contemporary and Mid-Century essence with an artisanal rustic quality almost like a sculpture. The eight sides taper to the mouth and the artist's signature is on the bottom.
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    Wooden statue
    Usa, mid-century. Sculpture in solid wood. Artist unknown. Excellent vintage condition. Dimension(mm): w170-d170-h580
  • Mid-Century Carved Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Carved Sculpture
    Mid-Century carved sculpture signed JA.
  • Modern Puzzle Vases - Pair
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    Modern Puzzle Vases - Pair
    Whimsical and fun, this puzzle vase comes in two pieces, one silver element and one white. Can be used individually or together. Very modern, very mid century looking can be used for flowers or alone as a sculpture.
  • Mid-Century Lucite Bird Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Lucite Bird Sculpture
    With simple, modern styling this vintage Lucite bird sculpture floats above the block base – a lovely three-dimensional addition to any room.
  • Mid-Century Bronze Mother & Child Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Bronze Mother & Child Sculpture
    Zvi Yehuda Aldouby, Israeli 1904–1996, Mother and Child. Bronze. Signed along the bottom edge. Mounted on a 1" marble base. Height: 10.25" Dimensions 8.0ʺW × 8.0ʺD × 10.5ʺH
  • Mid-Century Wooden Oblong Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Wooden Oblong Sculpture
    Vintage wood egg on a stand. Solid wood with some cracks.
  • Clay Walker "A Place Where the Night Is" Print
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    Clay Walker "A Place Where the Night Is" Print
    Clay Walker color woodcut print titled, "A Place Where the Night is". Edition 10, 1958. Signed, numbered, titled, and dated in pencil. Image size: 22 x 31.5 inches Meyer Fine Art, Inc. is the exclusive representative for the estate of art by Clay Walker Clay Walker (1924-2008) found his niche in the contemporary art world, specializing in original graphics, limited edition prints and oil paintings. Yet his work has been displayed minimally since the late 1960s. Thousands of Clay Walker’s creations have been lost to the art world for the past 40 years until shortly after Walker’s death in 2008. They were rediscovered when Muriel Walker was introduced to Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints. Walker’s artwork was reintroduced to the public when Meyer Fine Art opened its first Walker retrospective in 2009; each year following the gallery has a solo Walker show March/April. Walker, an artist with a passion to create and teach art and Perry Meyer, an art expert with a passion for 20th century original prints and paintings were the perfect pairing. Clay Walker was a prolific mid-century abstract expressionist. He was a friend of Pablo Picasso and an active member of the post-World War II art movement with Andy Warhol, Robert Rauschenberg, June Wayne, Mark Rothko and Jackson Pollock. He began his art career in the Midwest, then San Antonio, Texas, finally moving to the west coast in late 1963. In the late 1970s he designed and built his final house and art studio in Escondido. During this period Walker he became reclusive; he kept apart from the mainstream art scene, only allowing family members, close friends and trusted collectors to view his pieces. He spent the majority of his time working in the studio. Clay Walker died in March 2008. Walker was a master of diverse art media with an eye for vivid color and unique design. He specialized in original graphics, limited edition prints, paintings and sculptures. Clay Walker artwork has been shown in over 200 exhibitions throughout the U.S., including the Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Museum of Fine Art and the Library of Congress. As a teacher, all throughout his adult life, he motivated his students to master the basic art techniques then go beyond the traditional boundaries of creativity. On the west coast he Meyer Fine Art, Inc. is honored to represent Walker’s diverse works on paper, canvas, wood; a retrospective of color, texture and creativity. Experience how the times and art movements influenced his images. Compare his skillfully executed sketches to the finished masterpieces. Understand how he challenged himself utilizing colors and materials to create compositions ahead of their time. With each annual exhibition, the gallery unearths new pieces from the vast Walker inventory, covering the full range of art genre Walker worked in. The diverse works on paper, canvas and wood, a mélange of color, texture and creativity continue to excite new clients and previous collectors, frequently adding to their collections, creating a vast demand for his artwork. A work of art is a thing alive. You cannot create a work of art unless the things you behold respond to something within you. – Clay Walker
  • Mid-Century Modern Lucite Owl Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Modern Lucite Owl Sculpture
    We love this mid century modern lucite owl! So retro! One light scratch under his right eye, from his previous life. Would make an awesome addition to your mid century inspired decor!
  • Mid-Century Brass Gazelle Antelope Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Brass Gazelle Antelope Sculpture
    Vintage brass sculpture of an African Impala Antelope.
  • Mid-Century Driftwood Free Form Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Driftwood Free Form Sculpture
    Here's a very interesting sculpture formed from natural driftwood and copper tubing. The base is wood cut in a free form style. The sculpture is fully intact and there aren't any condition issues. Great conversation piece and made for the cottage by the beach.
  • Mid-Century Modern Acrylic Female Form Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Modern Acrylic Female Form Sculpture
    Smooth lines in clear acrylic suggest a female form. There is no describing the beauty in this piece. Mid-century modern art at its best. Two small smudge marks.
  • Mid-Century Gilded Butterfly Kinetic Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Gilded Butterfly Kinetic Sculpture
    Kinetic sculpture of three metal butterflies hovering over a bouquet of leaves and a square wood base. No maker's mark.
  • Mid-Century Fish Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Fish Sculpture
    Mid-Century fish sculpture, c .1970s. Signed, with wood base, and beautiful texture.
  • Mid-Century Stoneware Ceramic Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Stoneware Ceramic Sculpture
    Vintage mid-century modern ceramic sculpture with an interesting stacked form and striped design. There is one small superficial cracked area on the head, only visible from above.
  • Large Mid Century Walnut Sculpture
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    Large Mid Century Walnut Sculpture
    A huge vintage carved solid black walnut sculpture. Very well crafted displaying rich walnut graining and sap. Very substantial, solid and free standing. Unknown artist.
  • Mid Century Modern Cast Iron Metal Jacks - Pair
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    Mid Century Modern Cast Iron Metal Jacks - Pair
    A pair of vintage, jacks. One marked Japan These pieces feature some natural occurring pitting and paint loss. Chippy-ness as is consistent with the age of the item. Original patina. Great bookends, paperweights or iconic MCM Decor. Please note: They are not the exact size They display well. One Jack has a missing tip Measurements: just about 6 3/4 x 8" just about 6 1/2" x 7 1/2" Thank you for looking at our listings. Please feel free to contact us with any questions. Please check out our other items, we will gladly combine shipping for you whenever possible. We have shown some other available items including an abstract sculpture.
  • Midcentury Brass Floral Sculpture & Burl Root Base
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    Midcentury Brass Floral Sculpture & Burl Root Base
    Mid Century brass flower sculpture on burl root base. There are marks of orgin but I would venture to guess it is from California. I would further suspect it is produced by Artisan House in LA. There are no markings on the piece for either Jere or Artisan House but I have had other sculptures, many with enamel that were produced in the same fashion as this one. This would have been prior to AH enameling pieces and put its production date between the late 1960s and early 1970s.
  • Mid-Century Venini Murano Glass Obelisk
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    Mid-Century Venini Murano Glass Obelisk
    Rare and stunning Venini glass obelisk made in Murano, Italy, circa 1950s. This double helix obelisk has the classic etched signature on the bottom: Venini, Murano, Italia (pictured; last photo). This elegant formed obelisk is clear glass with a rare double helix made of yellow and pink latticino. The yellow portion has several shades of yellow and amber and the pale pink portion has a criss-cross pattern called Reticello, which creates a net like pattern. The Venini glass obelisk is in excellent condition with no cracks, no chips, and no flea bites. Some light horizontal scratches near the bottom (photo #7). This is a very rare glass item made from intricate Italian glass blowing techniques. A great Venini glass objet d'art for the Mid Century glass collector.
  • Mid-Century Brass Crane Figurine
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    Mid-Century Brass Crane Figurine
    Mid-Century Brass Crane Sculpture depicting a mother crane and her colts. Solid, heavy and regal. In great vintage condition. 12" height 2 1/8" base width 4 7/8" depth
  • Mid Century Abstract Glazed Pottery Vase
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    Mid Century Abstract Glazed Pottery Vase
    Amazing vintage modern, handcrafted pottery sculpture. This piece has a gorgeous blue green glaze, with bits of the textured terra cotta clay color peaking through. The handmade nature reveals itself in the incised geometric design, textured base and neck, and finger print pinched seam.
  • Mid-Century Brass Dolphin
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    Mid-Century Brass Dolphin
    Solid brass dolphin sculpture featuring etched eyes and nose.
  • Mid-Century Teak Love Birds - A Pair
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    Mid-Century Teak Love Birds - A Pair
    Gorgeous pair of mid-century teak love birds, circa 1960s. Use them as sculpture or paperweights extraordinaire. Great gifts. One is slightly top heavy but stands fine with the right touch. :)
  • Mid-Century Brass Sailboat Sculpture
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    Mid-Century Brass Sailboat Sculpture
    A Mid-Century sailboat sculpture in brass on an onyx base signed by the artist "DeMott". This vintage hand made sculpture is a great accent for the Coastal or Nautical inspired interior and is a great size for use as a paper weight. 6"H x 5"L x 3"W.
  • Modernist Man Pushing Boulder Bookend
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    Modernist Man Pushing Boulder Bookend
    Crafted of gold-painted metal, his is an interesting piece depicting a figural man pushing a boulder. It is embossed Ted Arnold, Ltd. It is actually two pieces: the man's hands have ends that fit into holes on the rock. They are each metal with a brass-colored coating. Pieces together measure about 6.5" long and 3.25" tall. There is some paint loss. A wonderful Mid-century Modern modernist sculpture or bookend.
  • Abstract L Lucite Sculpture Candle Holder
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    Abstract L Lucite Sculpture Candle Holder
    This beautiful, twisted candle holder in the design of a spiral staircase, is made of thick, high quality lucite and is from the mid-century era. It consists of six 12" bars that have an opening to hold candle sticks on each end, so it holds 12 candles. It looks beautiful without candles in it as just an art piece. The base is beveled and thus reflects light in the most beautiful way. There is one flaw or line on the back of one of the tiers. There is some candle wax residue which we did not clean. The base is nice and thick, it is 2 1/4" thick and tall and about 4 1/2" wide and deep. Please check out our other items as well as our curated collection of a Dorothy Thorpe spiral twist candle holder, wine holder, umbrella stand and more. We will gladly combine shipping costs for you whenever possible.
  • Vintage Somchai Attri. Brass Table Sculpture
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    Vintage Somchai Attri. Brass Table Sculpture
    Gorgeous brass table sculpture of two stylized abstract tandem fish on rectangular brass base attributed to Thai sculpturalist Hattakitkosol Somchai. Nice brass appearance with some light wear and patina that catches the light and displays beautifully from every angle. Clean modern presentation. Perfect midcentury or nautical piece for the mantel, bookshelf or entryway.
  • Wooden Tiki Sculpture
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    Wooden Tiki Sculpture
    Where's my mai tai?! This carved wooden tiki statue stands at over a foot tall. He'll make a big impression in your home and looks great in a Mid-Century modern setting. 'Hawaii' is carved in to the bottom front with 'Island Art' on the base Other tikis sold separately.
  • Vintage Carved Wood Female Nude Torso Sculpture
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    Vintage Carved Wood Female Nude Torso Sculpture
    Beautiful carved mid century female nude torso. Heavy wood with lovely crazing and patina. Natural lighter coloration in 3 areas as shown in photos. Fabulous piece of original art.
  • Lily Pads & Cattails Brutalist Sculpture
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    Lily Pads & Cattails Brutalist Sculpture
    Mid-century, Brutalist-style sculpture depicting lily pads and cattails. Crafted of brass, this is signed, decorative sculpture features torched edges. It sits on a raw piece of marble and has felt pads on the bottom. Condition: excellent Dimensions: 14" tall 14.5" widest point
  • Vintage Brass & Copper Sailboat Sculpture
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    Vintage Brass & Copper Sailboat Sculpture
    Inspired by the Mid-century work of C. Jeré, this vintage brass and copper sailboat sculpture sits on an opaque, onyx base. Made in 1970s USA.
  • Curtis Jere Metal Mobile Kinetic Sculpture
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    Curtis Jere Metal Mobile Kinetic Sculpture
    Curtis Jere metal mobile kinetic table top sculpture. High-quality, metal, two-piece, rotating, kinetic sculpture. Signed, "C.Jere". Mid Century Modern style, clean vintage condition. Made in America.
  • Signed Curtis Jere Brass and Onyx Bird Sculpture
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    Signed Curtis Jere Brass and Onyx Bird Sculpture
    A 1970s signed Curtis Jere (C. Jere) brass and onyx or quartz or some natural stone sculpture of a 'bird on a pond with cattails'. Signature on bird's body as seen in image. Unique vintage Mid Century Modern table sculpture by Curtis Jere! Great Mid Century art piece for your office end table, bookshelf, or coffee table! Excellent Condition. Chic, elegant and atomic. Modern Classic Design. A very collectible mid century modern ICONIC Sculpture. We will send this in two separate boxes. The top portion simply lifts out of the stone, for ease in shipping and transporting.
  • Brass Seagull Sculpture on Marble Base
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    Brass Seagull Sculpture on Marble Base
    This abstract birds in flight sculpture is a great addition to your brass collection! On a marble base. Late mid-century style, early Brutalist style. Dimensions: 4" base diameter, 12" tall, 3" wide
  • Vintage Torch Cut Copper & Nail Flutist Sculpture
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    Vintage Torch Cut Copper & Nail Flutist Sculpture
    Mid-century torch cut copper and nail flutist sculpture. Signed BC, 1975.
  • Midcentury Brutalist Wall Sculpture
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    Midcentury Brutalist Wall Sculpture
    Midcentury Brutalist wall sculpture by D. Larson (American 20th century). Sculpture is made of brushed steel with gold accents. Beautiful Patina. Signed on the back.
  • Brass & Quartz Sailboat by Demott
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    Brass & Quartz Sailboat by Demott
    Mid-century Modern, brass masted sailboat sculpture on a stone quartz base. Signed on base by artist, John Demott. Condition: Great condition with nice patina. Wear consistent with age and use.
  • Vintage Ceramic Stoneware Cat Sculpture
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    Vintage Ceramic Stoneware Cat Sculpture
    The seller bought this Mid-Century piece in a gallery in Palm Springs many years ago. It has no stickers, but is the exact style and dimension of Gustavsberg Lisa Larson's work. The condition is excellent, with vivid and fantastic colors of orange and yellow on the dark stoneware. The dimensions are 13" long x 3.5" deep x 4.5" high.
  • Danish Modern Wood Carved Modernist Birds - S/3
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    Danish Modern Wood Carved Modernist Birds - S/3
    Group of three artfully carved Mid Century Modern birds. Original vintage modernist abstract decor. All birds were hand carved by Ralph Selk. One is signed on the bottom and retains the original sticker as well. They are from California. In the style of EMIL MILAN Serene carved wood sculptures. Looks great in a Mid Century Modern, as well as in Danish modern designed decor. Beautifully crafted with an organic feel reminiscent of modernism art. Stunning decor as a focal point, on a book shelf or table cape or in garden, or zen room. Measurements: Tallest 15 1/2" tall 6" wide 3" deep Beautiful sleek minimalist lines, simple and elegant, sculpted of three different types of wood. The tallest is Mahogany, one is Teak and I'm not certain on the third. Lovely stunning fine grained wood and quite substantial with a beautiful, smooth, close to flawless finish.
  • Murano Sommerso Vaseline Glass Swan
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    Murano Sommerso Vaseline Glass Swan
    Mid-century Murano Sommerso handblown Vaseline glass swan sculpture. Black light tested.
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