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"I saw the angel in the marble and carved until I set him free." -Michelangelo

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Elation by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

The Finest in Romantic Realism

Elation by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

Ascending by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

The Finest in Romantic Realism

Ascending by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

Harmony by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

The Finest in Romantic Realism

Harmony by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

Counterbalance by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

The Finest in Romantic Realism

Counterbalance by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

Ascending by Artist Karl Jensen. 19" Cast Bronze, edition of 50. At the Quent Cordair Fine Art Gallery.

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Ascending by Artist Karl Jensen. 19" Cast Bronze, edition of 50. At the Quent Cordair Fine Art Gallery.

Wind's Embrace by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

The Finest in Romantic Realism

Wind's Embrace by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

Bronze sculpture - The Refugee (1920) - sign. Ernst Barlach

Bronze sculpture - The Refugee (1920) - sign. Ernst Barlach

Bronze sculpture - The Refugee (1920) - sign. Ernst Barlach. Come to visit us in our shop and take a look at our high quality bronze products. Sculpt…

Ernst Barlach ~ Expressionist sculptor | Degenerate Art | Tutt'Art@ | Pittura * Scultura * Poesia * Musica |

Ernst Barlach ~ Expressionist sculptor | Degenerate Art

Ernst Barlach, (born January 2, 1870, Wedel, Germany—died October 24, 1938, Güstrow, Germany), outstanding sculptor of the Expressionist movement whose style has often been called “modern Gothic”. Barlach also experimented with graphic art and playwriting, and his work in all media is notable for its preoccupation with the sufferings of humanity.

Ernst Barlach

Ernst Barlach ~ Expressionist sculptor | Degenerate Art

Ernst Barlach, (born January 2, 1870, Wedel, Germany—died October 24, 1938, Güstrow, Germany), outstanding sculptor of the Expressionist movement whose style has often been called “modern Gothic”. Barlach also experimented with graphic art and playwriting, and his work in all media is notable for its preoccupation with the sufferings of humanity.

Wind’s Embrace by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

The Finest in Romantic Realism

Wind’s Embrace by Karl Jensen at Quent Cordair Fine Art - The Finest in Romantic Realism

*Karl Jensen. Unbound Bronze. 42 x 20 x 14 inches - $2,500 First Place Prize ~ Art Renewal Center 2011-2012.

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*Karl Jensen. Unbound Bronze. 42 x 20 x 14 inches - $2,500 First Place Prize ~ Art Renewal Center 2011-2012.

Ernst Barlach - "The Weary One", original lithograph. Published in Berlin in 1916

Ernst Barlach ''Der Mude'' lithograph

The Weary One Medium: lithograph. Published in Berlin in 1916 by Paul Cassirer for Der Bildermann. Printed on wove paper; the image measures 11 9/16 x 8 9/16 inches (293 x 217 mm) with full original margins. There is another lithograph on back, as issued. This work is in the permanent collection of MoMA (The Museum of Modern Art) in New York. Signed in the plate (not by hand).