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Walnut Tabletop Sculpture by Cecil C. Carstenson, 1950

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Walnut Tabletop Sculpture by Cecil C. Carstenson, 1950

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Walnut Tabletop Sculpture by Cecil C. Carstenson, 1950

1,850.00

Walnut table sculpture by Cecil C. Carstenson. Organic form entirely hand made from a single piece of wood. .Beautifully carved and finished. Cecil C. Carstenson (1906-1990) was born in Marquette, Kansas in 1906, but lived most of his life in Kansas City. Carstenson was a sculptor for 50 years, working exclusively in wood for his last 40 years. His work has been displayed in more than 25 museums, colleges and public buildings, including the Nelson-Atkins Museum; the Phoenix Museum; the Josyln Museum; the University of Missouri-Kansas City; St. Benedict's College in Atchison, Kansas; the Birger Sandzen Gallery of Art in Lindsborg, Kansas; and the Missouri State Historical Society Gallery, Columbia, and at the Kansas City Art Institute and the Wichita Museum of Art. He exhibited sculptures in the Missouri Pavilion at the 1964 World's Fair in New York. Carstenson taught sculpture at the University of Kansas City and conducted sculpture workshops at other colleges. He was past president of the Mid-America Artists Association and of the local chapter of the Artists Equity Association. He wrote the book Craft and Creation of Wood Sculpture (New York, Scribner, 1971). Cecil attended the Kansas City Art Institute and the Omaha Art School, and studied with sculptors in the United States and Italy. He was a member of the Friends of Art, the Kansas City Art Institute alumni association, the Friends of UMKC Library and the Kansas City Artists Coalition.

DIMENSIONS
22.25 in. H x 6 in. W x 5 in. D

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