Chaim GROSS Bronze Sculpture "Handstand" "Handstand" is part of a series of bronze acrobats by Austrian born, American expressionist sculptor Chaim Gross (1904-1991). The piece has an exciting, energy that is enhanced by its mounting on a removable, pivoting wooden base. The bronze is i nscribed: Chaim Gross, dated 1967 and numbered 1/6. The sculpture also bears the foundry mark: Bedi-Rassy. The provenance of this sculpture is: Forum Gallery (who handled Gross' work for many years) and the Evelyn Sharp Estate. This sculpture will be included in the upcoming Chaim Gross catalogue raisonne under preparation by A.Paul of the Chaim Gross Studio Museum (NYC). View more photos of this bronze. Please email or phone2 12 838 3572 (EST 9-6) for more information on this sculpture. CHECK AVAILABILITY. 
Rein TRIEFELDT Bronze Kinetic Sculpture "Flyer IX" Rein Triefeldt's "Flyers" series of kinetic bronze sculptures explores athleticism and choreographed motion. These figures seem to defy the laws of gravity in their beautiful movement. "Flyer IX" is desktop or tabletop scale bronze with a golden brown patina. A large scale Triefeldt "Flyer" was commissioned for the Atlanta Olympics. Please email or phone for more information on this sculpture or to inquire about commissioning a Triefeldt sculpture. Canadian-born Rein Triefeldt's work is represented in collections including Cathay Pacific, Scotiabank and University of Windsor. To learn more about the artist, visit Rein Triefeldt's studio.