(on 1st dibs)


"”When you put together things that other people have thrown out,
you’re really bringing them to life –
a spiritual life that surpasses the life for which they were originally created."

louise nevelson


Incised Plaster Sculpture
by Louise Nevelson
This is a striking yet somber sculpture by the famed NYC abstract expressionist. It is cast plaster with incisions throughout and mounted on a stained wood base.

"Untitled" is an edition 2 of 4.

Born in Russia, Nevelson grew up in Rockland, Maine then moved to NYC with her husband after 1918. She studied at the Art Students League under George Grosz , worked as an apprentice to legendary master, Diego Rivera and taught at the Educational Alliance in the Lower East Side

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