SCU 053: Constantin Antonovici Bronze Sculpture
One of a kind Constantin Antonovici Bronze Sculpture, Signed, dated 1977
Constantin ANTONOVICI (1911-2002)
Birth place: Neamt, Romania .
Profession: Sculptor, lecturer
Studied: Fine Arts Acad., Romania; Fine Arts Acad., Vienna, Austria, with Prof Fritz Behn; Study with Constantin Brancusi, Paris, France.
Exhibited: Assn. Federative L'Art Libre, Paris, 1951; Silver Anniversary, Canadian Artists Assn., 1953; Art Alliance Gallery Am., Philadelphia, 1962; NJ Mus. Art Ann., 1964; Nat. Sculpture Soc. Ann. Exhibition, New York, 1971. Awards: Awards for commissions through competitions.
Member: Nat Sculpture Soc.
Work: Le Salon des Artistes Independants, Paris; Vatican, Roma, Italy; St Joseph, Vienna; Museum Fine Arts Montreal, PQ; Cathedral of St John the Divine, NYC. Commissions: Monuments of St George, Fine Arts Comt., Vienna, 1943, & of St Joseph, 1947; General De Gaulle, French army Commandment, Tyrol, Austria, 1946; Gen. Dwight D. Eisenhower, Pres. Nixon Collection; Bishop Manning, Cathedral St. John the Divine, 1954; St. Luke, St. Luke's Hospital, New York, 1955.
Comments: Preferred media: marble, bronze, wood.
Sources: WW73; Canon West, S T D, The source of courage," The Living Church (May 12,1954); Frank Getlein, "Art and artists," Sunday Star (Washington, DC, July 19, 1964); Ralph Fabri, "Sculpture," Today's Art (March 1970); plus others." Please contact for more information.
Hight 26 3/4" (68cm)
Width: 9 3/4" (25cm)
Base Hight: 4.5" (11.5cm)