Gilbert A. Franklin (1919-2004) Abstract Sculpture Patinated bronze, travertine marble United States, late 20th century Dynamic arrangement of cone sections, rectangular bar, and a hemisphere, unmarked, mounted on a travertine base, with a custom wooden plinth, ht. 30 in.
Note: Franklin grew up in New England. He was a Fellow of the American Academy in Rome and for many years a professor and dean at Rhode Island School of Design. His work is in the permanent collections of several museums including the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston. Estimate $600-800
No visible damage or repairs. Total ht. approx. 69 in.; ht. of metal only 28 in without marble plinth.
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