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January 1995 by University of Delaware Press .
Written in English
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Heinz Warneke (German-American, ) "Puma," composite sculpture depicting big cat on the prowl, signed on base reverse: "H. Warneke." " H x 9" L x 4" D. Minor repair to corner of base. Available payment options. Heinz Warneke × ; KB Samuel Memorial 2, × 4,; MB The Prodigal Son - Washington Natl 1, × 1,; KB. Heinz Warneke (J – ) American sculptor, best remembered as an "role in the direct carving movement assured him a place in the annals of Twentieth Century American sculpture." In Heinz received the Widener Gold Medal for his sculpture Wild Boars. Biography. The artist was born Heinrich Johann Dietrich Warneke. The artists employed were Heinz Warneke (), he was the principal artist/sculptor who made the original model, Rochette & Parzini, modelers and Al Steinskulptur Atlier, carver. Curiously, the contractor, Rolf Fredner, is not mentioned on the SIRIS site.
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Heinz Warneke (J – ) American sculptor, best remembered as an "role in the direct carving movement assured him a place in the annals of Twentieth Century American sculpture." In Heinz received the Widener Gold Medal for his sculpture Wild Boars. Biography. The artist was born Heinrich Johann Dietrich Warneke in Hagen bei Leeste, a small village near.
Warneke, Heinz (Heinrich), Heinz Warneke was born in Germany in and studied at the Berlin Kunstgewerbeschule.
During World War I, he was a member of the German Monuments Commission before emigrating to New York in entitled Heinz Warneke (): A Sculptor First and Last. Return to top. Scope and Contents of. HEINZ WARNEKE - "THE IMMIGRANT" COMMISSIONED BY THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA FOR FAIRMOUNT PARK, PRIMARY PLASTE on Heinz Warneke () was a sculptor, animal sculptor and educator in East Haddam, Connecticut.
Born and trained in Germany, Warneke worked on sculpture projects for WPA and was the head of the sculpture department at the Corcoran School of Art from the early 's to Donated by Warneke, and inand by his stepdaughter and executrix of his estate, Priscilla Norton.
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Warneke died in Connecticut in In the University of Delaware Press published a biography of Warneke by Mary Mullen Cunningham, entitled Heinz Warneke (): A Sculptor First and Last. From the guide to the Heinz Warneke Papers,(Special Collections Research Center, Syracuse University Libraries).
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Newark, DE: Univ. Of Delaware Press, 1st Edition. Hardc. Heinz Warneke’s artistic contribution was twofold. As a gifted sculptor, he used direct carving and casting to create works for many sites across the United States, including a series of statues for the Harlem River Houses, a public housing project in New York City, and a sculpture of the Nittany Lion, the mascot of Pennsylvania State University.
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Warneke died in Connecticut in In the University of Delaware Press published a biography of Warneke by Mary Mullen Cunningham, entitled Heinz Warneke (): A Sculptor First. Heinz Warneke was a creative visual artist.
Heinz Warneke was born in and died in Artists like John Board, Karlis Silins, José Alemany, Jean Burkhalter, and Hilde Mala-Reiwald were also born in Further Biographical Context for Heinz Warneke. From looking around on the Web, I learned that Warneke was born in Germany in He sculpted the Lion shrine for Penn State inof course, and did his work for the National Cathedral about 20 years after that—in the late s/early s.
He died in View auction details, art exhibitions and online catalogues; bid, buy and collect contemporary, impressionist or modern art, old masters, jewellery, wine, watches, prints, rugs and books. Heinz (Heinrich) Warneke () was a sculptor from East Haddam, Connecticut.
Provenance This interview is part of the Archives of American Art Oral History Program, started in to document the history of the visual arts in the United States, primarily through interviews with artists, historians, dealers, critics and others.
This story was gleefully related in a letter by sculptor Heinz Warneke, who was responsible for the apparent transgression. Warneke’s Cow Elephant and Calf, a life-size, ton monolith of Norwegian granite, stands near the zoo’s main entrance.
It is considered the largest free-standing single-block sculpture in the United States. Estimate: $ - $ Description: Heinz Warneke (German-American, ) "Puma," composite sculpture depicting big cat on the prowl, signed on base reverse: "H.
Warneke." " H x 9" L x 4" D. Minor repair to corner of base. Condition Report: For this sale only: All items sold as-is where-is.
Showplace cannot provide condition reports or additional photographs beyond the catalog listing. Artist. Heinz Warneke ( - ) Year. Medium. Limestone, on limestone base. Dimensions. Height 5’9″, width 3'11", depth 3'11" (base height 5’6″, width 3'11", depth 3'11") Commissioned by the Fairmount Park Art Association (now the Association for Public Art), bequest of Ellen Phillips Samuel.
Owned by the City of Philadelphia. Karl Blossfeldt (J – December 9, ) was a German photographer, sculptor, teacher, and artist who worked in Berlin, Germany.
He is best known for his close-up photographs of plants and living things, published in as Urformen der Kunst. He was inspired, as was his father, by nature and the ways in which plants grow.
Heinz Warneke ( - ) Heinz Warneke was active/lived in District Of Columbia, Connecticut. Heinz Warneke is known for sculptor-religious figure.
The Artist. Auction Records. Buy / Sell. Resources. Overview. Auction Records (8). Heinz Warneke is known for Sculptor-religious figure. Artist: Heinz Warneke Some of this information is based on data submitted by Jack Martinelli ([email protected]) Heinz Warneke () was born in Bremen, Germany and trained in Europe, becoming known for his granite sculpture, many of them religious subjects.Heinz Warneke (American – ) Baby Fawn, c Polished bronze, 6 3/8 H.
x 2 3/4 W. x 1 5/8 D. inches. Initialed on base: HW. First Prize at the St. Louis Artist’s Guild inand the First Prize and Bronze Medal of the Society of Washington Artists in It remains today in the bishop's garden on the grounds of Washington National Cathedral.
According to Heinz Warneke () A Scultor First and Last, "The Prodigal Son is a quiet portrayal of deep emotion. The spiritual reunion of the father and son is reinforced by the merging of their physical forms. The figures seem to grow into one.