William Friedle 1961 abstact vintage metal wall sculpture

Friedle Vintage metal abstract  sculpture

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William Friedle ran a metal sculpture shop in New York City during the early 60ís. He and his brother Bruce opened a showroom called Sculptsmith at 138 west Tenth Street in 1961. He and Bruce were both under 25 years old at the time. They created wonderful brass and copper abstract sculptures, including this one. We have an article from the New York Times dated 1961 on the opening of his shop.

Fabulous early 60's welded abstract mixed metal sculpture.

Authentic Friedle signature sticker

approximately 32" x 24" x 6" deep

Good vintage condition.

This layered wall hanging has multiple patinas brass, coppery color, and antiqued brass.

There is a loop on the back for easy hanging.

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Product Code: F-1E

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Fabulous early 60's welded abstract mixed metal vintage sculpture. Authentic Friedle signature sticker

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