Fine Art sculpture Man Standing Stoneware 10”x 24”x 3”
Purchased in New York City by my mother in the 1950’s, sculptor is Daniel Boles 115 South First St, Louisville, KY. It has a base to stand on.
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Daniel Boles doesnt' come up in a search of the artist databases we have access to but this is well done and has great folk-art appeal irregardless.
Based on the photos and information provided, and subject to examination, this is:
Outsider Art School, 20th Century
attributed to Daniel Boles
stoneware, on a stepped wooden plinth base
The man standing with his arms crossed, possibly unsigned, labeled underneath.
24 inches high, 10 inches wide, 3 inches deep
CONDITION: with a crackled surface overall
PROVENANCE: acquired by client's mother in NYC in the 1950s, thence by inheritance
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