Property from the Estate of David Rapkin
Two African Bronze Relief Panels, comprising a 5 1/2 in. relief depicting three figures with hands raised, probably Benin, Nigeria, and a 3 5/8 in. relief of a turtle, with associated stands.
Provenance: Exhibited "African Art in Unlikely Places: The David Rapkin Collection," University of Nebraska, Eisentrager-Howard Gallery, 2012.
Measurements: Height: of figural relief, 5 1/5 in. x Width: 7 1/2 in. x Depth: 1 1/2 in.
Overall good condition, some pitting and oxidation to metal, pinhole upper right quadrant of turtle panel.Notice to bidders:
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