"Counterpoint"

Frederick Hart


Title:
"Counterpoint"

Sculpture Dimensions:
17" High

Sculpture Medium:
Acrylic Sculpture

Edition Size:
300; 60 AP

Condition:
Excellent

Certificate:
Yes

 
Retail Price:
$29,650.00

Asking Price:
$12,750.00

 
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"Counterpoint" Acrylic Sculpture by Frederick Hart

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This lovely Frederick Hart acrylic sculpture is entitled "Counterpoint" The word counterpoint is actually a musical term meaning the texture resulting from the combining of individual melodic lines. Here Frederick Hart has taken that musical term and translated it beautifully into 3 dimensional acrylic art. This sculpture embodies the term so well, as the viewer and see both the inner and outter castings of this work and marvel at the way it changes as you either turn the sculpture, or walk around it. It is ever changing but still building those textures. Counterpoint is one of the larger Frederick Hart acrylic sculptures with three different female figures in and out of the acrylic.

Frederick Hart was born in Atlanta in 1943. Hart attended the University of South Carolina, the Corcoran School of Art and American University from 1960 through 1966.

In 1974, he won an international competition to design the west facade of the National Cathedral. Then in 1979, he created the processional cross for Pope John Paul II that was used for the historic mass on the mall in Washington, D.C. In November of 1984, Hart's historic "Three Soldiers" was installed at the site of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. and dedicated by President Ronald Reagan.

Frederick Hart's works will live on as a benchmark to future sculptors. The techniques he developed earned him the title the "Rodin of our Century." His view was, "Art must touch our lives, our fears and cares; evoke our dreams and give hope to the darkness."

His legacy will be penned in history books as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century and the Rodin of this Century





"Counterpoint"

Frederick Hart

Title:
"Counterpoint"

Sculpture Dimensions:
17" High

Sculpture Medium:
Acrylic Sculpture

Edition Size:
300; 60 AP

Condition:
Excellent

Certificate:
Yes

 
Retail Price:
$29,650.00

Asking Price:
$12,750.00

 
SOLD

Unframed
 

Foundry Signature with Stamp:




Make an Offer / Ask A Question










"Counterpoint" Acrylic Sculpture by Frederick Hart

This lovely Frederick Hart acrylic sculpture is entitled "Counterpoint" The word counterpoint is actually a musical term meaning the texture resulting from the combining of individual melodic lines. Here Frederick Hart has taken that musical term and translated it beautifully into 3 dimensional acrylic art. This sculpture embodies the term so well, as the viewer and see both the inner and outter castings of this work and marvel at the way it changes as you either turn the sculpture, or walk around it. It is ever changing but still building those textures. Counterpoint is one of the larger Frederick Hart acrylic sculptures with three different female figures in and out of the acrylic.

Frederick Hart was born in Atlanta in 1943. Hart attended the University of South Carolina, the Corcoran School of Art and American University from 1960 through 1966.

In 1974, he won an international competition to design the west facade of the National Cathedral. Then in 1979, he created the processional cross for Pope John Paul II that was used for the historic mass on the mall in Washington, D.C. In November of 1984, Hart's historic "Three Soldiers" was installed at the site of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. and dedicated by President Ronald Reagan.

Frederick Hart's works will live on as a benchmark to future sculptors. The techniques he developed earned him the title the "Rodin of our Century." His view was, "Art must touch our lives, our fears and cares; evoke our dreams and give hope to the darkness."

His legacy will be penned in history books as one of the greatest artists of the 20th century and the Rodin of this Century