A striking piece of art that escapes the contrived forms found in later versions of the whirligig genre. A true piece of folk sculpture with an extensive collection history.
Provenance: Joseph Mortinson (early art collector); Kennedy Galleries; Raymond Saroff / Howard Rose Collection.
Literature & Exhibitions: UNEXPECTED ELOQUENCE, The Edith Blum Art Institute, Bard College, Annandale-on-Hudson, 1990, by Howard Rose published to coincide with the exhibit, “The Fine Art of American Folk,” The Edith C. Blum Institute, Bard College, 1990.
Condition: Excellent with original surface. Paddles missing.
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|Measurements||18 1/8" x 10"|
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