Newmark, Marilyn (American 1928-2013) patinated bronze sculpture titled "Pasture Pals". The sculpture depicts two horses in a neck embrace. Mounted to a black wooden base. An attached plaque with the title of the sculpture to the front. Signed by the artist witih "AP" for artist proof. Weight Approx., 20 lbs
Born in New York City, Marilyn Newmark was a sculptor of horses, including race horses and equestrian pieces. She is known for her ability to capture detail. In 1971, she won the Anna Hyatt Huntington Award, and in 1972, her equestrian sculpture, "Hacking Home", was selected as the Madison Square Garden trophy.
Measures Approx., 22" x 7.75" x 13" height
Condition: Great condition. Very slight loss of patina to the sculpture.
Marilyn Newmark Bronze Horse Sculpture "Pasture Pals" Signed Artist Proof
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