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Milton Hebald Signed Abstract Bronze Sculpture of a Nude Figure


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A bronze abstract sculpture by the American artist Milton Hebald (1917-2015). The sculpture depicts a slender nude figure with outstretched hands. Incised details define the figures face and abdomen. The sculpture is signed on the leg and is attached to a marble base.

Milton Hebald is best known for his figurative bronze works; many of which can be seen on the streets of New York City, where he was born. Throughout his lifetime he attended prestigious art institutions including the Art Students League of New York, the National Academy of Design and the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design. In New York City he taught at the Art Students League, The Cooper Union, the American Artists School, among others. Hebald was awarded the Prix de Rome Fellowship to the American Academy in Rome in 1955, 1956 and 1957. He stayed in Italy, living in Rome, with his wife, painter, Cecille Rosner Hebald. In 2004, six years after his wife's death, he returned to the United States to be near his family.



7” x 4” x 11”.

Condition notes:

Patina and tarnish present. Age appropriate scratches and wear to the surface. Some chips to the edges of the base.

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