Leon Levkovitch (1936) Bronze Sculpture - 1975 flag

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"Leon Levkovitch (1936) Bronze Sculpture - 1975"
Léon Levkovitch (1936) bronze sculpture - 1975 Sculpture / volume entitled "Spooky animal" dating from 1975 in bronze with brown - green patina. Edition 4/8 10 x 10 x 5 cm Signed at the base Visible at the Courcelles Antiquités Gallery, at 97 rue de Courcelles, in the 17th arrondissement of Paris. Born in 1936 in Lodz, Léon Levkovitch is a Polish sculptor. A graduate in plastic arts from the School of Applied Arts in Lodz, he arrived in Paris in 1961. In 1969, he met the gallery owner Abel Rosenberg who was to begin exhibiting his work. This is the start of his career. His works are unique in their ability to represent metaphors and to refer to mythology (we find Ulysses and his raft, Spynx figures...). Even if he explores drawing and painting, he devotes himself completely to the practice of sculpture through bronze or terracotta. He multiplies the exhibitions: Abel Rosenberg gallery in Paris in 1969, Salon de Mai in 1978, the Lambert workshop in 1984, Mars salon with the Hansma gallery in 1992, the Singulars gallery in 1998... His works are the subject of numerous acquisitions: museums of Haifa, Strasbourg, city of Paris, National Library, City Bank in New York.
Price: 490 €
Artist: Léon Levkovitch (1936)
Period: 20th century
Style: Modern Art
Condition: Good condition

Material: Bronze
Length: 10
Height: 10
Depth: 5

Reference: 1086020
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