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MID CENTURY MODERN BRUTALIST TOWER DIORAMA SCULPTURE

Origin United States
Period 1950-1979
Dimensions
W. 9 in; H. 56 in; D. 9 in;
W. 22.86 cm; H. 142.24 cm; D. 22.86 cm;
Condition Good.
Creation Date 1960's
Description Interesting Mid Century Artist Sculpture Composed Of Patinated Copper Figures In A Diorama Set Inside A Tower Where You Can View Figures In Their Settings. Each Figure Is Hand Crafted Of Copper Situated In Their Apartment. Top Scene Is Man/Woman Couple Dancing On Metal Woven Rug With Window. Second Scene Down Is Four Figures Sitting At Table Playing Cards With Fancy Wire Chandelier Hanging Above Them. Third Scene Is Woman In Kitchen Washing Dishes At Sink On Ceramic Tile Floor. Bottom Scene is A Man Sitting In Front Of His Television With Beer Can In Hand And One On The Floor At The Side Of His Chair.All These Dioramas Are Removeable Out Of The Black Metal Shelf Frame That Also Has A Hook On The Top So You Can Hang This Tower As a Mobile Sculpture From The Ceiling Or Wall With A Wall Hook That Facilitates The Depth Of The Sculpture As Well As A Piece That Sits On The Floor Or A Console Table/Table/Pedestal. Finely Detailed In A Brutalist Manner The Standing Figures Measure At 11" High and Sitting Ones At 8" In Height. Though Unsigned The Artist Had SKill,Talent And A Vision For The Whimsical Depiction Of People In An Apartment Building Vignette. Designed In The 1960's.
Styles / Movements Brutalist, Mid Century, Modern
Patterns Handmade, Modern
Incollect Reference Number 438706
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