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Mid Century Modern Brutalist Sculpture Priscilla Pattison Untitled Mixed Metals
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Mid Century Modern Brutalist Sculpture Priscilla Pattison Untitled Mixed Metals

Mid Century Modern Brutalist Sculpture Priscilla Pattison Untitled Mixed Metals

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Type : [sculpture]
Style : [Brutalist Art]
Original/Reproduction : [Original]
Maker : [Priscialla Pattison]
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TrueGether Priscilla Pattison Mid Century Brutalist Sculpture Signed Untitled Mixed Metals. Very good condition. Some dirt to interstices ( I have not cleaned this piece) and a few light paint chips to base. Very well made and quite heavy. This sculpture is an estate find and according to my research is done in a mid century brutalist style. The sculpture depicts two figures in an arched doorway. This piece is 12.5 inches from base to top of arch and 8 inches across the black base. It is mounted on a black base that appears to be wood because of the lines going through the signature but when you rap on the base it has a metal type sound. It is untitled and I can't find any information about this particular sculpture online at this time. It appears to be done in mixed metals. The door and archway have a steel type of feel whereas the figures might possibly be bronze. There is a large P. Pattison signature on the base. I have taken pictures indoors, outdoors and from different angles. Priscilla Pattison Born in Chicago, Illinois December 11, 1919, the fourth of William L. and Bonnie A. Pattison's seven children, she attended Francis Parker School and graduated from Wellesley College in the class of 1941. She served in The U.S. Army from 1942 to 1945 achieving the rank of Captain. After the war, under the GI Bill, Pattison studied at the Art Institute of Chicago and at the Arts Students League in New York with William Zorach before spending a year in the Paris studio of sculptor Osipp Zadkine. Pattison settled in Greenwich Village in 1951 and was instructor of art at Manhattanville College Of The Sacred Heart in Purchase, New York, from 1953 to 1956 and had her first solo show at the Juster Gallery in New York City in 1960. Many solo and group shows followed. After leaving New York she lived and worked on Martha's Vineyard, MA for 16 years. Some of her sculptures can be seen in St. Andrew's Church, Edgartown, and on the Tisbury Town Hall Pediment in Vineyard Haven. I have listed shipping as 30.00 as this is a heavy piece and will be well padded and boxed for secure transport.