Rare! Vintage Edna Hibel “Maria and Child” Premier Porcelain Sculpture with Walnut Base No. 54/250 Section 2 Circa 1970 (OTH10542A)Perfect Condition!on SALE  Great PieceRare! Vintage Edna Hibel “Maria and Child” Premier Porcelain Sculpture with Walnut Base No. 54/250 Section 2 Circa 1970 (OTH10542A)Perfect Condition!on SALE  Great PieceRare! Vintage Edna Hibel “Maria and Child” Premier Porcelain Sculpture with Walnut Base No. 54/250 Section 2 Circa 1970 (OTH10542A)Perfect Condition!on SALE  Great PieceRare! Vintage Edna Hibel “Maria and Child” Premier Porcelain Sculpture with Walnut Base No. 54/250 Section 2 Circa 1970 (OTH10542A)Perfect Condition!on SALE  Great PieceRare! Vintage Edna Hibel “Maria and Child” Premier Porcelain Sculpture with Walnut Base No. 54/250 Section 2 Circa 1970 (OTH10542A)Perfect Condition!on SALE  Great PieceRare! Vintage Edna Hibel “Maria and Child” Premier Porcelain Sculpture with Walnut Base No. 54/250 Section 2 Circa 1970 (OTH10542A)Perfect Condition!on SALE  Great Piece

Rare! Vintage Edna Hibel “Maria and Child” Premier Porcelain Sculpture with Walnut Base No. 54/250 Section 2 Circa 1970 (OTH10542A)Perfect Condition!
Edna Hibel Sculpture made through Hibel Studios.

Circa 1970’s - 1980’s

This beautiful sculpture produced through Hibel Studios in West Germany comes in its original packaging with a certificate of authenticity detailing the section and number of this piece. This sculpture titled "Maria and Child" was produced as a part of a limited series of six sections of two hundred and fifty each. This piece was in section 2 and number 54 in the series.
This would be beautiful on a mantle or bookshelf and would add charm to a traditional eclectic styled home.

Condition: Mint. Almost Mint. There is a small scratch on the underside of the walnut base and the wood shows minute amounts of wear in the area where the sculpture would sit.

Serial No: 54

Measurements: 10 inches tall (from head to wooden base)
5.5 inches wide
4.5 inches long
The wooden base is 6.5 inches x 5.5 inches

Price: $250.00

Materials: Walnut and Porcelain

Look Below to Learn More and Edna Hibel, A Great Artist!

Edna Hibel was an artist born in 1917 in Massachusetts who created many paintings, lithographs, and sculptures of figures in landscapes. Edna grew up in Boston and she spent many summers on the shores of Maine and Massachusetts studying watercolor painting methods. She attended the Boston Museum School of Fine Arts from 1935-39. She became well known for her painting “Orange Lady” which she created on a Traveling Fellowship to Mexico in 1942. In 1995 the Foundation of the U.S National Archives commissioned Edna to make a painting to commemorate the 75th anniversary of women receiving the right to vote. Edna was a prolific artist making over 600 editions of original stone lithographs and she received the Leonardo da Vinci World Award of Arts in 2001. She continued to work in the studio until the age of 93.

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ITEM ID
OTH10542A
COLOR
White
PURPOSE
Figurines
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

Rare! Vintage Edna Hibel “Maria and Child” Premier Porcelain Sculpture with Walnut Base No. 54/250 Section 2 Circa 1970 (OTH10542A)Perfect Condition!on SALE Great Piece

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