Danel, Alexsander (Estonian, 1940 – 2001).
Sculpture, patinated bronze
Golf Playing Lady in 1920s Outfit. (1983)
32,5 x 15,5 x 10
Lower reverse – Austin 1983 Danel
Alexsander Danel born in 1940 in Estonia. Danel graduated from both the Moscow Industrial Arts School and the Moscow Fine Arts Academy . He earned many awards and distinctions in the Soviet Union, including best Work of the Year in 1973 for his monumental work commemorating the history of the Russian Wars, installed in Kirov. In 1976, Alexsander Danel emigrated to the U.S. after spending a year in Rome where he sculpted set designs for Fellini’s “Cassanova” and the Napoli Theater production of “Aida”. After settling in New York, Alexsander Danel completed commissions for Rockefeller Plaza and Radio City Music Hall. In 1992, he held his first one man show exhibiting computer generated art at a Soho art gallery in New York City. Mr. Danel was principal sculptor for Austin from 1981 until his death in 2001.
Alexsander Danel captures the detail and grace of a by-gone era utilizing multi bronze patination. Made in U.S.A. The perfect addition to any golfing collection, a great gift or an award.
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