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Naomi Feinberg "Flight" Sculpture in Alabaster Marble 1960s

Evan Lobel

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Hand-carved “Flight” sculpture in alabaster marble mounted on a circular wood 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: 16 inches
D: 11 inches
H: 16 inches

Condition: Excellent

$7,500

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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

$7,500

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Naomi Feinberg "Resilience" Sculpture in White and Orange Marble 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Large organic hand-carved “Resilience” in white and orange marble by Naomi Feinberg, American 1970’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: 12.5 inches
D: 8 inches
H: 32 inches

Condition: Excellent

$18,000

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Naomi Feinberg "When Gentle Things Were Said" Sculpture in Italian Marble 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Large hand-carved sinuous “When Gentle Things Were Said” sculpture in Italian marble by Naomi Feinberg, American 1970’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: 10.5 inches
D: 8 inches
H: 27 inches

Condition: Excellent

$15,000

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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

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Philip & Kelvin LaVerne "Chinoi Plaque #4" 1960s (signed)

Evan Lobel

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Wall hanging "Chinoi Plaque #4" in patinated bronze and pewter painted with enamels by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne, American 1960's (signed Philip Kelvin LaVerne).  Original label on back.

W: 17.5 inches
D: 1 inches
H: 24.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$8,500 

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John Dickinson Rare and Important "Twig" Floor Lamp ca 1980

Evan Lobel

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Rare and important "Twig" floor lamp in plaster with original galvanized steel shade  by John Dickinson, American ca 1980. Very few of these floor lamps are known to exist.

Reference:
Interior Views, Design at Its Best by Erica Brown, published by The Viking Press in 1980; section on Angelo Donghia pages 72-75.  Photo of a Donghia interior on page 74 shows a pair of these lamps (see photo).  Angelo Donghia and John Dickinson were close friends and he used many John Dickinson pieces in his interiors.  There is also a 3 Legged Table visible in the same interior.  

Diam: 23 inches
H: 71 inches

Condition: Excellent

$45,000

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Philip & Kelvin LaVerne Illuminated Wall Hanging "Chan" Sculpture 1960s (Signed)

Evan Lobel

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Wall-hanging "Chan" sculpture with incorporated overhead light in patina'd and engraved bronze and pewter with hand-painted enamels by Philip and Kelvin LaVerne, American 1960's. Signed “Philip and Kelvin LaVerne” on bottom center. "Philip and Kelvin LaVerne Co." Label on verso. The LaVernes designed the light to be an integral part of the sculpture.  This piece has exquisite colors.

W: 48.5 inches
D: 8.5 inches at light
H: 38.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$15,000

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Large Chinese Ceramic Foo Dog 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Large artisan ceramic Foo Dog on an ebonized resin base, China 1970's.

W: 17 inches
D: 9.5 inches
H: 20 inches

Condition: Very Good - minor wear consistent with age

$4,500

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Karl Springer Benin Head on Custom Lucite Base 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Authentic bronze Benin head on a custom lucite base by Karl Springer, American 1970's  (comes with a Letter of Authentication).  Springer often incorporated fine works of ethnic art into his designs.

Diam: 6 inches
H: 14.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$8,500

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J. Zimet Abstract Sculpture in Gray Resin 1970s (Signed)

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Organic sculpture in gray resin by J. Zimet, American 1970's (signed "JZ" and label on bottom gives address in Rye New York)

W: 18 inches
D: 11 inches
H: 29.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$4,500

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Jacques Duval-Brasseur Wall Mounted Sculpture with Inset Coral 1974

Evan Lobel

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Wall mounted sculpture in stainless steel with welded sculpted brass and inset coral by Jacques Duval-Brasseur, France 1974 (signed and dated on bottom right).  Comes with a copy of the original certificate of authenticity from the artist dated 1975.

W: 47 inches
D: 6.5 inches
H: 35.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$8,500

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Karl Springer Hand Carved Malachite Head 1970s

Evan Lobel

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Hand-carved and polished malachite head on custom bronze base with felt underside by Karl Springer, American 1970's.

W: 7 inches
D: 8 inches
H: 13.5 inches

Condition: Excellent

$5,500

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Philip & Kelvin LaVerne One-of-a-Kind Torso Table Lamps ca. 1970 (signed)

Evan Lobel

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One-of-a-kind male and female torso table lamps in Hydro Stone plaster on patinated bronze bases by Philip & Kelvin LaVerne, American ca. 1970 (signed "Philip Kelvin LaVerne" on bases).  These table lamps are impressive and important.  As many of the LaVerne's pieces reference historical civilizations, these reference ancient Greek and Roman sculptures. 

Provenance available upon request.

W: 16 inches
D: 11 inches
H: 41 inches

Condition: Excellent

$45,000 for the pair

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Philip & Kelvin LaVerne Illuminated Bronze Sculpture Floor Lamps "Grace" and "Harmony" ca. 1970

Evan Lobel

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One-of-a-kind pair of illuminated sculptures in hand-brazed bronze, "Grace" and "Harmony", by Philip and Kelvin LaVerne, American ca. 1970 (signed on bases).  Philip & Kelvin LaVerne produced only these 2 illuminated sculpture floor lamps.  On the backs are the original flourescent fixtures for back lighting.  On the top are 2 bulbs on each (one in the white orb and the other recessed in the open top).  They are incredible in every way.

Each:
W: 30 inches
D: 16 inches
H: 73 inches

Condition: Excellent

$180,000 for the pair

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Jens Quistgaard 99 piece "Tjorn" Solid Sterling Silver Flatware Service 1960s

Evan Lobel

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Exceptional 99 piece "Tjorn" flatware service in solid sterling silver by Jens Quistgaard for Dansk, Denmark 1960's.  Each piece stamped "Dansk Sterling Denmark."  This is an iconic Modernist sterling silver flatware service and it is rare to find such a large service.

12 salad forks
12 dinner forks
24 teaspoons
12 tablespoons
12 dinner knives

16 butter knives
1 large serving spoon
2 gravy ladles
1 sugar spoon
2 2 tine serving forks
3 cocktail forks
2 demitasse spoons

 

Condition: Excellent

$12,000 for the set

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Harry Bertoia "6 Branches" Stainless Steel Sculpture 1960s

Evan Lobel

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"6 Branches" sculpture, with stainless steel wires silvered together in 2 clusters per "branch" onto stems of stainless steel, by Harry Bertoia, American 1960's.  This sculpture comes with a Title of Authentication from the Bertoia archive signed by Val Bertoia.

W: 48 inches
D: 43 inches
H: 34 inches

$45,000

Condition: Excellent

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Shao Fan Sculptural Stainless Steel Chair 2000 (signed, dated and numbered)

Evan Lobel

Sculptural Chair in stainless steel by Shao Fan, Beijing China, 2000 (signed dated 2000 and numbered 22 of 70)

W: 25 inches
D: 25 inches
H: 35 inches

Condition: Excellent

$30,000

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Arthur Gibbons Large Abstract Sculpture In Bronze 1980s

Evan Lobel

Large abstract sculpture in bronze by Arthur Gibbons, American 1980's (signed on base "A. Gibbons"). Arthur Gibbons is the director of The Milton Avery Graduate School of the Arts at Bard College and a professor of sculpture. He has had many exhibitions at important galleries from around the world. 

H:  91 inches
W:  38 inches
D:  21 inches

$18,000

Condition:  Excellent

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Roberto Estevez "Cobra" Sculpture in Hammered Bronze 1978

Eric McNatt

Exquisite "Cobra" sculpture in hammered bronze with silver and brass inlays by Roberto Estevez, American, 1978 (plaque on top reads "ESTEVEZ" and engraved “ESTEVEZ 78 2/6” on bottom).

Roberto Estevez was an extremely talented jewelry designer and sculptor. He designed pieces for Cartier, Van Cleef and Arpels as well as Tiffany. Roberto Estevez was Karl Springer’s life partner until his death in the 1980s. Estevez’s sophisticated and elegant designs fit in perfectly with Karl’s own aesthetic and many of Roberto’s pieces were sold through Karl Springer’s showrooms.

Diam:  10 inches
H:  12.5 inches

$25,000

Condition:  Excellent

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