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

ITEM ID
G243
COLOR
Bronze
GENRE
American Paintings, Drawings & Sculpture
MEDIA
Metal, Wood
STYLE
Abstract, Abstract Expressionist, Contemporary, Cubist, Feminist, Minimalist, Modern, Symbolism
THEME
Art Deco, Eclectic, Modern, Mythological
WIDTH
12" (30 cm)
HEIGHT
27" (69 cm)
ORIGIN
United States • American
AGE
21st Century
ITEM TYPE
Vintage

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Vintage 1940's "Figure of a Woman" sculpture by Frederick J. Thalinger

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