EDGAR BRITTON Polished Bronze Sculpture, Ballet Rescue
EDGAR BRITTON Polished Bronze Sculpture, Ballet Rescue EDGAR BRITTON Polished Bronze Sculpture, Ballet Rescue EDGAR BRITTON Polished Bronze Sculpture, Ballet Rescue EDGAR BRITTON Polished Bronze Sculpture, Ballet Rescue EDGAR BRITTON Polished Bronze Sculpture, Ballet Rescue EDGAR BRITTON Polished Bronze Sculpture, Ballet Rescue

EDGAR BRITTON Polished Bronze Sculpture, Ballet Rescue

Ref: T-30-0013
(American, 1901-82)

This small, vintage, limited edition statue by Edgar Britton is cast with two nude torsos with the male lifting the female in a ballet pose on a plinth. This sculpture was made at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center (CO) where Britton was an instructor. Cast monogram: EB. Limited edition of 5. 

Born in Nebraska, Edgar Britton was a painter, muralist and sculptor. He worked in Iowa with Grant Wood from 1920-24 and then moved to Chicago in 1925, where he worked on various architectural commissions. His work was influenced by the social-realist style of the Mexican muralists. Due to health reasons he moved to Colorado in 1942 where he remained until his death. 

c. 1970
W 5.5 D 3.75 H 8.75 in.
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