Bronze Sculpture attributed to Hans Uhlmann

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Bronze Sculpture attributed to Hans Uhlmann

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Asymmetrical kinetic bronze sculpture attributed to Hans Uhlmann (1900-1975) Berlin.
Uhlmann, like fellow German sculptor Norbert Kricke
sought, in his words, to "portray spatial structures to
represent materialized tensions and rhythms in space."
Compare with Bruce Beasley's kinetic art forms and the
Cement trees executed by the Martel Brothers for the
Jardin de Mallet-Stevens at the exposition des
Arts Decoratifs de 1925. unsigned, no date
10.25”ht 8”w 5.5”dp            

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