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Figural Abstract Sculpture 1960 Modernist Style
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A signed and dated Estelle Goodman (1930-2007, American) painted, cast plaster sculpture. This abstract figural group of four figures is presented in repose on a textured base. Signed and dated 1960 on the side of the base. Measures approximately 17.5 in wide at the widest by 11 in deep at the deepest by 4.75 in high at the highest. Very good condition with dust appropriate for age. ARTIST BIO: Estelle Goodman (1930-2007, American) was a modernist expressionist painter and sculptor during the mid 20th Century in New York. Ms. Goodman resided at the fabled Majestic on Central Park West at 72nd Street in Manhattan and had an art studio in her apartment. This work is from the Collection of Estelle Goodman. A collection that has only now been rediscovered. Her artist studio home had been vacant and under lock and key since 2007. The works in this fresh to the market trove of modernist, expressionist, abstract and mid century paintings and sculpture are on the market for the first time in decades. Ms. Goodman studied at and graduated from Barnard College. As a woman artist, Ms. Goodman often explored concepts of the human figure in both sculpture and painting. Ms. Goodman was known to have cast at the Modern Art Foundry in Astoria, Queens, New York. This was an important American foundry that cast works from many of the leading sculptors working in the mid century period, including Miro, Archipenko, Noguchi, Lachaise and Lipchitz. She was a member of various arts institutions including the Artist-Craftsmen of New York, the New Jersey Society of Painters and Sculptors, the Yonkers Art Association, the Knickerbocker Artists and League of Present Day Artists. Ms. Goodman’s exhibitions included the Knickerbocker Artists, 1961-64; the Allied Artists of America, 1963-65; the Audubon Artists, 1965; the National Design Center, New York, 1966; the W & J Sloane Co. Galleries, 1967. Her awards included, New Jersey Society of Painters and Sculptors, 1963 & 1967; the Yonkers Art Association; the Vermont Arts Club. sculpture, statue, mid century modern, abstract, abstract expressionism, modernism, woman artist, women artist, 20th century artist, American artist, home decor, interior design, decorative art, New York school. 11
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Figural Abstract Sculpture 1960 Modernist Style

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Aug 05, 2020
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0002: Figural Abstract Sculpture 1960 Modernist Style
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Est. $100 - $200Starting Price $1
August 5 Estelle Goodman Estate Auction
Aug 05, 2020 10:00 AM EDT
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A signed and dated Estelle Goodman (1930-2007, American) painted, cast plaster sculpture. This abstract figural group of four figures is presented in repose on a textured base. Signed and dated 1960 on the side of the base. Measures approximately 17.5 in wide at the widest by 11 in deep at the deepest by 4.75 in high at the highest. Very good condition with dust appropriate for age. ARTIST BIO: Estelle Goodman (1930-2007, American) was a modernist expressionist painter and sculptor during the mid 20th Century in New York. Ms. Goodman resided at the fabled Majestic on Central Park West at 72nd Street in Manhattan and had an art studio in her apartment. This work is from the Collection of Estelle Goodman. A collection that has only now been rediscovered. Her artist studio home had been vacant and under lock and key since 2007. The works in this fresh to the market trove of modernist, expressionist, abstract and mid century paintings and sculpture are on the market for the first time in decades. Ms. Goodman studied at and graduated from Barnard College. As a woman artist, Ms. Goodman often explored concepts of the human figure in both sculpture and painting. Ms. Goodman was known to have cast at the Modern Art Foundry in Astoria, Queens, New York. This was an important American foundry that cast works from many of the leading sculptors working in the mid century period, including Miro, Archipenko, Noguchi, Lachaise and Lipchitz. She was a member of various arts institutions including the Artist-Craftsmen of New York, the New Jersey Society of Painters and Sculptors, the Yonkers Art Association, the Knickerbocker Artists and League of Present Day Artists. Ms. Goodman’s exhibitions included the Knickerbocker Artists, 1961-64; the Allied Artists of America, 1963-65; the Audubon Artists, 1965; the National Design Center, New York, 1966; the W & J Sloane Co. Galleries, 1967. Her awards included, New Jersey Society of Painters and Sculptors, 1963 & 1967; the Yonkers Art Association; the Vermont Arts Club. sculpture, statue, mid century modern, abstract, abstract expressionism, modernism, woman artist, women artist, 20th century artist, American artist, home decor, interior design, decorative art, New York school. 11
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