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Naomi Feinberg "Totem" Sculpture in Vermont Marble 1960s

Evan Lobel

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Large hand carved “Totem” sculpture in Vermont marble 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 (NYC) which was a consortium of woman artists working in Union Square NYC.

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: 5 inches
D: 4 inches
H: 29.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$9.500

ref: sculpture122

 

 

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