We always have a nice selection of sculpture in stock, most of which is not shown here. In addition to the works shown below, we have scupture by: Daniel Chester French, William Clark Noble, Charles Calverly, Gertrude Lathrop, Victor Salvatore (4), Robert Aitken, Edward McCartan, Malvina Hoffman, Emil Fuchs, Cornelia Van Auken Chapin, John Rogers (3), Lloyd Groefle, Roland Hinton Perry, and others.
Gertrude Katherine Lathrop (American 1896-1986) - Sammy Houston, 1928. Bronze on the original marble base. 17.25 inches (height) 10.75 inches (width). Signed, copyrighted and dated 1928. Modern Art Foundry, N.Y. Original condition. Sammy Houston won the Barnett Prize at the National Academy of Design in 1928 and is the largest size that was cast of this sculpture.
Clement Meadmore (Australian 1929-2005) - Homage to Lissitzky (Maquette), 1989. Painted steel. 10" L x 4.50" H x 3.75" W. Signed Meadmore, and dated: 1989, numbered 4/9. Original condition. Exhibited: National Sculpture Museum, 1992. Inscribed on a piece of wood: From/Clement Meadmore/'92/To Neva. Provenance: Acquired as a gift of the artist to the present owner. Price upon request.
Henry Linder (American 1854-1910) - A Queen and Her Subjects, 1909. Polychromed plaster, 13 inches (height). Signed: Henry Linder, Copyright 1909. Literature: The Henry Linder Collection of Sculpture, Brooklyn Institute of Arts and Sciences, Nov. 5, 1910. Illus. There are six works by Linder in the Collection of the Smithsonian Institution, donated by John Gellatly. Related works: The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Purchase, 1909-10.