"Firebird"

Frederick Hart


Title:
"Firebird"

Sculpture Dimensions:
10.5"H x 6"W x 6"D

Sculpture Medium:
Bronze Sculpture

Edition Size:
350

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
1987

Purchased from:
Merrill Chase Galleries Chicago

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Merrill Chase Galleries Chicago

 
Asking Price:
$3,750.00

Foundry Signature with Stamp:
Lower Rear




Comment:

The granite base is approximately 5" x 5" x 2"




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"Firebird" bronze sculpture by Frederick Hart "Firebird" bronze sculpture by Frederick Hart

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Frederick Hart lived a short, but remarkable life. In 2000 Tom Wolfe profiled Hart for The New York Times Magazine in an article called: The Artist the Art World Couldn't See.

"I have not attempted to try to relive or recreate the past; but I have sought guidance from those timeless elements in the past which remain valid and vital to the future ... The purpose of my art is to seek beauty and truth, and to explore and glorify the human being and the universe." -Frederick Hart





"Firebird"

Frederick Hart

Title:
"Firebird"

Sculpture Dimensions:
10.5"H x 6"W x 6"D

Sculpture Medium:
Bronze Sculpture

Edition Size:
350

Condition:
Excellent

Purchased Year:
1987

Purchased from:
Merrill Chase Galleries Chicago

Certificate:
Yes

Certificate
Issued By:
Merrill Chase Galleries Chicago

 
Asking Price:
$3,750.00

Foundry Signature with Stamp:
Lower Rear




Comment:

The granite base is approximately 5" x 5" x 2"




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Frederick Hart lived a short, but remarkable life. In 2000 Tom Wolfe profiled Hart for The New York Times Magazine in an article called: The Artist the Art World Couldn't See.

"I have not attempted to try to relive or recreate the past; but I have sought guidance from those timeless elements in the past which remain valid and vital to the future ... The purpose of my art is to seek beauty and truth, and to explore and glorify the human being and the universe." -Frederick Hart