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Lobel Modern, opened in 1998 by Evan Lobel, showcases furniture, lighting, hand-blown glass and art by important designers from the 1940's thru the 1980's. Located in the Four Points section of lower Manhattan.


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Naomi Feinberg "Stretto" Sculpture in Vermont Marble 1960s

Evan Lobel

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Hand carved “Stretto” sculpture in Vermont Marble mounted on  an ebonized wooden base by Naomi Feinberg, American 1960’s.

Naomi Feinberg was a New York based sculptor who worked primarily in stone. She began sculpting in the 1940’s and became affiliated with artist group Studio 725 which was a consortium of woman artists working in Union Square NYC. She studied sculpture with Philip Darling, Jose De Creeft, and Lorrie Goulet at the New School, the Museum of Modern Art, the Art Students League, and the School of Visual Arts A relative late comer to the art world, Naomi Feinberg emerged as highly accomplished, multi-faceted artist who juggled architectural coherence with a preoccupation with the human form, to create works that are both experimental and primitive.

Provenance:  The personal collection of the artist and then her family after her death.  This piece is part of the Lobel Modern's exhibition:  Naomi Feinberg:  A Woman Sculpting in a Man's World.

W: 12 inches
D: 8 inches
H: 12 inches

Condition: Excellent


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