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  • Crown artwork by A Betty Uhle - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Crown artwork by A Betty Uhle
  • Crown artwork by A Betty Uhle - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

A. Betty Uhle, 1919-2005, was an artist who began her study and work in the mid part of the last century and continuously contributed to the field until her death in 2005.  Up to the mid 1970's she worked creating sculptures in clay, ceramic, and bronze. The later half of her career was devoted to print making. Please see the bio in the photo above.

A. Betty Uhle's personal statement... "My art for me reflects aesthetic and imaginative universal dimensions...space, time, and light...transcendental and transformed, the starting point always being man himself."

A Betty Uhle

Crown

  • 1960-1970
  • 11 x 29 x 3 inches
  • Fine Art Category: sculptures
  • Medium: bronze
  • Origin: USA
  • Certificate of Authenticity: yes
  • Issued by: Artist's son can generate an original cert.
  • Provenance: From the Artist's personal collection
  • Signed: Not signed
  • Comments:

    This abstract bronze of a woman wearing a crown is from the personal collection of A Betty Uhle, 1919-2005. This is the first time this work is being offered for sale. As my memory, as her son, serves, this piece was created around 1965. The artist, her husband, and myself can be seen in a late 1980s photo with the bronze piece displayed along with a large clay piece that the artist also created. Please see the artist's bio (right click and open in new window-then zoom) in the photo listing a lifetime of study and work in the fine arts and some of the notable artists she studied under.  Shipping will be free to most locations.

  • Price: $3,800.00 USD
  • Seller: Midcentury, USA

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  • Artplode ID: 3673
  • Artplode Seller ID: 6617

About Artist:

A. Betty Uhle, 1919-2005, was an artist who began her study and work in the mid part of the last century and continuously contributed to the field until her death in 2005.  Up to the mid 1970's she worked creating sculptures in clay, ceramic, and bronze. The later half of her career was devoted to print making. Please see the bio in the photo above.

A. Betty Uhle's personal statement... "My art for me reflects aesthetic and imaginative universal dimensions...space, time, and light...transcendental and transformed, the starting point always being man himself."







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