Property from a Private Collection, Atlanta, GA
Giltwood Rooster Attributed to Max Kuehne (Germany/New York, 1880-1968), unsigned, the rooster sitting on a square base. Provenance: Max Kuehne was a friend of the consignor's parents.
Max Kuehne was an incredibly versatile artist and craftsman. Kuehne grew up in Germany, studied painting in New York and lived for an extended period in Spain. During his travels he developed his painting and learned the art of frame making and began making furniture. His work can be found in the Art Institute of Chicago and the Whitney Museum, as well as in many private collections. (Avery Galleries)
Measurements: Height: 13 1/4 in. x Width: 17 in. x Depth: 5 1/2 in.
Overall good condition, some chips and wear.Notice to bidders:
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