Bill Mack Tranquility Sculpture Bronze with White Patina

Item #101-4996


Bill Mack (Minnesota b. 1949) tranquility sculpture bronze with white patina, on base signed and numbered. It is an early work from 1994 and without a doubt, is one of his finest pieces ever. Mack’s signature in the bronze, is guaranteed authentic, and, comes with a Gallery Letter of Authenticity. From our Fine Arts and Americana collection, a stunning and massive alto-relief sculpture in bonded sand by American contemporary art legend Bill Mack. For those who have followed the American Contemporary Art Movement over the last 20 years or so, Bill Mack needs no introduction. For those unfamiliar with his work, Bill Mack sculpts in what is referred to as “alto-relief,” which is a variation of bas-relief but incorporates even much greater depth and three dimensionality with portions of sculptures rendered in the “full round,” similar to Classic Greek and Roman sculpture and statuary. Mack is known world-wide, with pieces held in the collections of former heads of state like ex-Presidents Ford, Reagan, and Clinton, famous actors and actresses like Sylvester Stallone and Elizabeth Taylor, as well as many corporate titans and heads of industry. Mack has exhibited internationally of course, with shows in Tokyo, Frankfurt, England, and France among many others. And certain pieces of his have been enshrined permanently in American landmarks such as his sculpture entitled “Lady,” which is now part of the permanent collection of the Statute of Liberty National Monument on Liberty Island. Additionally, he has several other pieces enshrined at various important pro sports related venues, such as his Peggy Fleming statue at the United States Figure Skating Hall of Fame, and his Lyle Alzado statue at the NFL Hall of Fame.

Price: $12,000

Number of Items: 1

Reference Number: 101-4996

Dealer Location: Stamford, CT

Condition: Good

Wear: Wear consistent with age and use

Height: 9

Width: 26

Depth: 11.50

Creator: Bill Mack

Style: Mid-Century Modern

Date of origin: 1990

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