Provenance: Pacini Lubel Gallery, Seattle, Washington
Title: Trembling Aspen No. 08-10
Artist: Robert Gray
Artist: Dominic Falcione
Title: Tye Orange
Artist: Jeremy Thomas
Artist: Eugene Gauss
Artist: Al Farrow
Artist: Bruno Bruni
Bruno Bruni is deeply rooted in the sensual physical world of Italian classical painting and further molded by his Italian/Germanic heritage. Many of his paintings and sculptures feature erotic female forms, and this piece is no exception. It is cast bronze with a marble base.
Artist: Richard Deacon
Title: Untitled No. 13
Artist: Roxy Paine
Title: Untitled No. 18
Artist: Roxy Paine
Continental School, 19th Century
White Marble Sculpture of Venus, the scantily clad nude holding a piece of fruit in one hand and supporting her cloth with the other, ht. 37, with a cylindrical alabaster pedestal with black veining, ht. 34 1/4 in.
Small finger missing on hand holding fruit. Age typcial abrasions and wear throughout. Pedestal is alabaster.
Title: Washington Square Park Plate
Artist: Kaas Sculptureworks
Artist: Michael Mangiafico
Title: Wavy Sculpture
Title: Weeping Buddha
Title: Well I Think He's Done a Cracking Job
Artist: Barnaby Barford
British ceramicist Barnaby Barford has been reassigning values to cheap, unwanted crockery or mass-produced porcelain figurines since graduating from the Royal College of Art in 2002 — slicing, painting and rearranging these objects to create new narrative frameworks, and all underpinned with a dark sense of humour that usually finds itself unlocked in the works titling. ‘Well I Think He’s Done A Cracking Job’ is of a series of works from 2008 employing mirrors and a single centred female form repainted in enamel, her head transplanted to that of a white poodle as she poses and “examines” the surreal transformation.
unique; porcelain, enamel paint, bone china, mirrored glass
From AN IMPORTANT NEW YORK INTERIOR DESIGNED BY FRANCIS SULTANA