Nude Woman Sculpture - Handmade - Art - One of a Kind
Beautiful clay sculpture of a nude woman with a faux green/bronze finish.
This clay piece might be attributed to the artist Ethel Lubell Smul or her sister Dorothy Lubell Feigin however, it is unsigned and cannot be verified. Both women were noted artists.
Dorothy Feigin was the president of the New York Society of Women Artists, and was a student at the Art Students League of John Sloan and George Luks. Among her exhibition venues were the Society of Independent Artists, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts, the National Academy of Design, and the Carnegie Institute.
Ethel Smull was born September 11th 1892 in New York City, Father, Julius Lubell, Mother, Kate Ginsberg Lubell. Father had a sign painting business; later, a garment factory.
1909 Maxwell School for Teachers 1909-1911
1911 Art Teacher NYC PS 72 Brooklyn 1911-1917
1926 Studies at the Art Students' League 1926-1947, teachers include, John Sloan, Boardman Robinson
This sculpture was purchased at an estate sale where other works by both sisters were sold.
Solid heavy piece.