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Ruth Bloch

"Untitled Bronze Sculpture 1999 13 in "

1999
  • Sculpture : Bronze Sitting Couple, Hands on Knee.

    Size : 13x6.5 x1.5 in  |  33x17 x4 cm
    Edition : From the edition of 100

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Foundry Signature w/ Stamp : Gold Signature W/series Number on Side of Sculpture
Condition : Excellent
Purchased from : Gallery 1999
Provenance / History : Atlas Gallery Chicago IL
Certificate of Authenticity : Art Brokerage
LID : 131596
Ruth Bloch - Israel

Art Brokerage: Ruth Bloch Israeli Artist: B. 1951 - . Ruth Bloch was born in Israel in 1951 to artist parents. Her father was a musician, while her mother worked in ceramics, Ruth's family were members of a Kibbutz called Alonim, a place where childhood and early youth afforded her many opportunities to develop her artistic talents. Reaching adulthood, Ruth attended the Avny Art Institute in Tel Aviv, and took additional studies in psychology in the United States. Currently Ruth Bloch lives and sculpts in Israel. Her work exhibits a great depth of feeling for the human figure, revealing the living unity of her masculine and feminine forces. Her works are exhibited all over the world.Ruth Bloch's growth as sculptor is far easier to trace than her influences. As a figurative sculptor, Bloch most closely relates to Henry Moore for his fluidity of line and his genius for making that which is massive, delicate. Her work entitled, "Fatherhood", which blends the human forms in an eternal circle, echoes Moore's ability to realize the full potential of the sculptural form. However Bloch, unlike her predecessor allows no separation between man, woman and child. For her these figures are one, locked in an unending circle of life. The influence of the Italian Master, Alberto Giacometti is also apparent in Ruth Bloch's art. The stylized elongated figures and the highly textural patinas that characterize her work in bronze are reminiscent of the slender forms of Giacometti's artistic universe. Listings wanted by Art Brokerage.

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