Vintage 1940's "Figure of a Woman" welded Copper sculpture by Frederick Jean Thalinger. This piece was obtained from Treadway Auction in 2003 and been in a private collection since then.
A wonderful feminist sculpture from the 1940's in great shape with a wood base.
Frederick Thalinger(1915-1965) studied at Washington University School of Fine Art & Art Institute of Chicago. He collaborated with his wife, the activist & artist Ciel Frampton to make educational mobiles, including one of the sun & moon that was admired by Albert Einstein He created many portraits & figures from soap, wood, clay, welded metal & also constructed architectural sculptures. He completed commissions For the Chicago Housing Authority & US Treasury Department & was the assistant sculpture on the Proctor & Gamble monument in Cincinnati, Ohio.
Size with wood base: 27" T X 12" W