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  • Bust of a woman artwork by Naomi Feinberg - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Bust of a woman artwork by Naomi Feinberg
  • Bust of a woman artwork by Naomi Feinberg - art listed for sale on Artplode
  • Bust of a woman artwork by Naomi Feinberg - art listed for sale on Artplode

About Artist:

Artist Naomi Feinberg, has been described as a woman at the helm of American 20th-century sculpture.

Composed primarily of limestone, granite and marble posed on circular or cubic plinths, Feinberg's sculptures radiate a hand-carved physicality, harmonising the materials characteristics with the imprints of her own body. Feinberg references cubism, African and pre-Columbian art to create multifaceted anthropomorphic forms. Sinuous curves meet abrupt cubic blocks as the artist fuses hard-edged architectural configurations with elements of the human form.

Born Naomi Levine in New York in 1919, she grew up during the Great Depression. At 17, she met and married writer, painter and book designer Sidney Feinberg, drawn together by a mutual passion for the visual arts. As a young woman in postwar America, Naomi Feinberg first found creative solace in needlework and fashion, later turning to ceramics before establishing her groove in stone.

In the early 1940s, Feinberg studied alongside the likes of Jose De Creeft and Lorrie Goulet at the New School, the Museum of Modern Art, the Art Students League, and the School of Visual Arts. She discovered a kindred spirit in constructivist painter and sculptor Dorothy Dehner while they were both members of the Studio 725, an alliance of female artists who maintained a studio at Union Square. (A number of Dehner?s sculptures still bear carved inscriptions dedicated to Feinberg.)

A relative latecomer to the art world, Feinberg undoubtedly made up for lost time with a vast and accomplished body of work to her name. She has been represented in numerous exhibitions staged by the Federation of Modern Painters and Sculptors, while her work is held in the archives of American art at the Smithsonian Institute.

 

Naomi Feinberg

Bust of a woman

  • 1970-1980
  • 6 x 17 x 6 inches
  • Fine Art Category: sculptures
  • Medium: marble
  • Origin: USA
  • Certificate of Authenticity: yes
  • Provenance: Lobel Gallery NYC 2001
  • Signed: Not signed
  • Comments:

    Excellent condition. Bought from the Lobel Gallery in NYC which is currently exhibiting Ms Feinberg's works for sale. We have been given an estimate of $7,500 by the gallery for its current value. We will be happy to ship the piece anywhere and split the cost.

  • Price: $4,000.00 USD
  • Seller: 75battersea, USA

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  • Artplode ID: 4473
  • Artplode Seller ID: 8756

About Artist:

Artist Naomi Feinberg, has been described as a woman at the helm of American 20th-century sculpture.

Composed primarily of limestone, granite and marble posed on circular or cubic plinths, Feinberg's sculptures radiate a hand-carved physicality, harmonising the materials characteristics with the imprints of her own body. Feinberg references cubism, African and pre-Columbian art to create multifaceted anthropomorphic forms. Sinuous curves meet abrupt cubic blocks as the artist fuses hard-edged architectural configurations with elements of the human form.

Born Naomi Levine in New York in 1919, she grew up during the Great Depression. At 17, she met and married writer, painter and book designer Sidney Feinberg, drawn together by a mutual passion for the visual arts. As a young woman in postwar America, Naomi Feinberg first found creative solace in needlework and fashion, later turning to ceramics before establishing her groove in stone.

In the early 1940s, Feinberg studied alongside the likes of Jose De Creeft and Lorrie Goulet at the New School, the Museum of Modern Art, the Art Students League, and the School of Visual Arts. She discovered a kindred spirit in constructivist painter and sculptor Dorothy Dehner while they were both members of the Studio 725, an alliance of female artists who maintained a studio at Union Square. (A number of Dehner?s sculptures still bear carved inscriptions dedicated to Feinberg.)

A relative latecomer to the art world, Feinberg undoubtedly made up for lost time with a vast and accomplished body of work to her name. She has been represented in numerous exhibitions staged by the Federation of Modern Painters and Sculptors, while her work is held in the archives of American art at the Smithsonian Institute.

 







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