with Steel Base
Biddington's Item#: 503561
Dimensions: 20" high x 25" wide x 10" deep
Mounted on steel base 30" high
Condition: Very Good
Materials: Bronze Sculpture with Steel Base
Country of Origin: USA
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Description: This poor woman seems to have lost her head. "Skirt" is from Frances Jetter's witty & poignant torso series of people contending--not always effectively--with the vicissitudes of existence. Jetter's empathy with the human condition doesn't prevent her from making good fun of it. The sculpture itself is beautifully wrought with a pinkish patina on the statuary bronze figure. The bronze is securely mounted on a steel table base approximately 30" high. |
Visit Frances Jetter's studio to learn more about this artist whose sculpture was reviewed in The New York Times (May 2002) and whose social commentary graphics are included in the collections of Fogg Museum (Harvard) and New York Public Library.
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