Palm Beach Modern Auctions
Live Auction

Modern + Contemporary Art & Design, Fall 2021

Sat, Nov 6, 2021 12:00PM EDT
Lot 195

Gary Lee Price Bronze Sculpture in 2 Parts

Estimate: $700 - $800

Bid Increments

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Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Gary Lee Price (b. 1955)
Marking(s); notes: signed, no. 63; 1996
Country of origin; materials: American; bronze
Dimensions (H, W, D): figure: 16.25"h, 6.75"w, 6.75"d; books: 6"h, 4.5"w, 3.5"d
Additional Information: Sculpture in two parts is from the artist's "Children" series, together titled "Bookworm." This lot is from a Boca Raton, Florida estate. The family acquired pieces in their travels, many during their time living in Caracas, Venezuela. When they moved from Vienna, Austria to Venezuela in 1938, they brought with them part of their original Viennese estate. When they came to live in the States, they brought their collection with them along with exhibition catalogs from their favorite artists' shows.

Fall 2021 Auction Series
Saturday, November 6th: Modern + Contemporary Art & Design (Session I)
Saturday, November 6th: Editions & Photography (Session II)
Sunday, November 7th: Branded Luxury & The Henry Torres Collection (Session III)

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Condition

very good, patina to metal

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