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William Zorach (American, 1887-1966)

Innocence, The Artist’s Daughter, Dahlor, 1930; Carved mahogany on a stone base; Signed; 12" high; 14" (with base); Literature: P. S. Wingert, The Sculpture of William Zorach, New York, 1938 pages 19, 59 and 71, plate 4, cat. No. 6; Provenance: The artist; Estate of Margaret Davis; Christie’s, New York, March 16, 1990, lot 356; Private Collection, New York


Sale Price: $2,625

Estimate: $1,500 - $2,500


Condition Report

Signed back of feet. Possible date. Chips to the stone base around where the wood is attached. Information from the Christie's catalogue: "According to the artist's son, the present carving was one of six mahogany examples which were mechanically roughed out and then hand-finished by the artist. It is based on a slightly larger sprucewood example carved in 1923 while the sculptor was camping in Yosemite National Park which is no longer extant.

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