Charles ”Charley” Gohn
Born: September 19, 1914; York, Pennsylvania
Died: September 25, 1981; Harrisburg, Pennsylvania
Charley (Charles) Gohn was active/lived in Pennsylvania and is known for satirical cartoon figures, metal abstract sculptures, wall hangings, artistic & abstract jewelry making.
The Charles Gohn Sculpture Award - An annual prize for sculpture named for Charlie Gohn and presented yearly by the Doshi Center for Contemporary Art, Harrisburg, PA
We are offering a set of 2 (a pair) of what we believe represents the finest example of brutalist sculpture in the marketplace today. In the style of his satirical sport cartoon characters meet the "Tennis Player" & "The Fly Fisherman" - they are truly a piece of American History. Research leads us to believe these were made in the late 60's or early 70's.
Material: Welding Brass
Size: Tallest 8"... Longest 8".
Features: Marble Base and the tennis player is signed. (See Photos).
Solid Brass and quite heavy.
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Brutalist Art - The Sculptures of Charlie Gohn 1914-1981