ALBERT PALEY (b. 1944) GEORGE STANLEY (1903 - 1970) Two massive lanterns and four architectural elements by Albert Paley and statue by George Stanley as part of a fountain, Rochester, NY, 1980 (Paley) Forged, formed, and fabricated steel and brass, frosted glass, five sockets each One lantern signed and dated, statue signed with roman numerals 142" x 31" x 65", statue: 56" x 14" x 14" George Stanley designed the Academy Award of Merit, also known as the Oscar Provenance: Clyde's Restaurant, Tysons Corner, VA
Lanterns: Some light scuffs and scratches, some spots of oxidation to lower portion of base (20" from bottom). Statue: Oxidation to base. Four archectural elements: Possible overcoats to original finish. Light to moderate scuffs and scratches throughout. Some spots of oxidation. Heavy and well-made. Good overall condition. Professional installation required. Lanterns are bolted to the floor and wired to a power source. Fountain base not included. Condition reports are rendered as specialist opinion by the staff of the Auction House and/or independent consultants and not as statements of fact. We do not guarantee the content of written or verbal condition reports. The absence of a condition report does not imply that there are no condition issues with the lot. Please call us at (609) 397-9374 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions about this lot at least 24 hours prior to auction.