Anthony Padovano

Anthony Padovano (American born 1933)
Abstraction, 1962
Steel and bronze finish
8 5/8 H. x 9 W. x 3 1/4 D. inches
Signed and dated: PADOVANO 1962
Mounted to period travertine marble base: 2 1/8 H. inches
Overall height: 10 3/4 inche

Artist Description

Anthony Padovano has been awarded the Prix di Rome, a Guggenheim Fellowship, a Ford Purchase Award, an Olivetti Award from the Silvermine Guild, and a Gold Medal for Sculpture at the National Academy of Design. His work can be seen at the Whitney Museum of American Art, Wichita Art Museum, and The National Collection of Fine Arts, Washington, D.C. among other venues. He has written The Process of Sculpture, published by Doubleday and Co.

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