Harry Bouras Sculpture, "Trophy II" (SOLD)

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Harry Bouras Sculpture, "Trophy II" (SOLD)

4,800.00

United States
1966

Abstract Brutalist sculpture of found and re-purposed iron Industrial parts, by Harry Bouras (1931-1990). Signed and dated 1966. Bouras was an artist, critic, teacher and radio personality in Chicago. He was artist-in-residence at the University of Chicago from 1962-1964, and at Northwestern University from 1965-1967. He taught at Columbia College for 25 years, while lecturing and writing about art and literature. One of his early scrap steel sculptures was shown at MoMA in 1961.

Condition
Good original condition with minor abrasions consistent with age. The re-purposed iron parts have inherent flaws to surface.

Measurements
Height:  17 in.
Width/length:  15.5 in.
Depth:  14.5 in.

Specifications
Number of items:  1
Materials/techniques:  Collaged industrial iron parts

 

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