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Extra Large Famous Weinman Entitled "Descending Night" Bronze Sculpture Art Deco


This Famous Piece Entitled "Descending Night" Was Crafted By German Sculptor, Adolph A. Weinman. It Depicts A Beautiful Nude Angel. Her Head Tilted Downward, Her Fingers Are Combing Through Her Hair That Cascades In Soft Waves Down Her Back. Crafted With...

Size: 24"X18"  60.96x45.72 Centimeters.
Weight: 30 LBS.

Reference#: EP145 

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  • This Famous Piece Entitled "Descending Night" Was Crafted By German Sculptor, Adolph A. Weinman. It Depicts A Beautiful Nude Angel. Her Head Tilted Downward, Her Fingers Are Combing Through Her Hair That Cascades In Soft Waves Down Her Back. Crafted With Exquisite Detail, The Angels Wings Spread Wide From Her Back. The Body Features A Very Feminine Angel With Distinctive Curves And Lines That Define Womanhood. It Is Signed A.A Weinman. "Descending Night", And Its Companion Work, "Rising Day" Were Originally Designed As Fountain Figures Fort He 1915 Panama-Pacific International Exposition In San Francisco. Following The Exhibition, Weinman Reproduced Both Works In Two Sizes, One Measuring Approximately 24 Inches Tall And The Other Approximately 57 Inches. Weinman Won Many Awards During His Life, Including The Fine Arts Medal Of The American Institute Of Architects (1930), The Honorary Presidency And Medal Of Honor Of The National Sculpture Society (1948), And Gold Medal From The Architectural League Of New York (1913), Pennsylvania Academy Of Fine Arts (1924), And The National Academy Of Design (1945). He Also Served As President Of The National Sculpture Society From 1928 To 1931, And Was A Member Of The New York City Art Commission From 1924 To 1928, And The National Commission Of Fine Arts From 1928 To 1932. In 1911, He Was Elected A Full Member Of The National Academy Of Design, And Was Later A Member Of The American Numismatic Society And The American Academy Of Arts And Letters. A.A. Weinman Died At Port Chester, New York, On August 8, 1952 After An Outstanding Career Bringing Honor To Himself And His Adopted Country.

  • Condition:This Sculpture Is In Perfect Condition. Bronze Dimensions With Marble Base:Height 24" X Width 18" Marble Dimensions: Diameter 8". Height Without Base: 23" Weight : 30 Lbs Inventory:17B14617471

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