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Tony Rosenthal Maquette for Marty's Cube, 1983 Polished Welded Bronze Rotating Sculpture

Tony Rosenthal Maquette for Marty's Cube, 1983 Polished Welded Bronze Rotating Sculpture

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Tony Rosenthal
Maquette for Marty's Cube, 1983
Unique Hand Cut Polished Welded Bronze Rotating Sculpture
Maquette for Tony Rosenthal Art, 1983, installed Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida
Unique Table Top Sculpture 
10 3/4 x 9 x 9 inches
Incised “Tony Rosenthal” on base
© Estate of Tony Rosenthal / Licensed by VAGA at Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Condition:
Excellent condition

Maquette for Marty's Cube, 1983 is a unique hand-cut highly polished Table Top sculpture that rotates on its base, just like the larger Public Art version installed at the Boca Raton Museum of Art, Florida. Titled Tony Rosenthal's Marty's Cube, 1983, the larger version was fabricated in Painted Steel and enormous, measuring 168 x 137 x 137 inches. For the record, Tony Rosenthal's most famous Cube, titled Alamo, 1967, created in Cor-Ten Steel, also known as the Astor Place Cube located in New York City, also rotates and is a New York favorite. 

Tony Rosenthal's Maquette for Marty's Cube, 1983 is incised on the base with the Artist's signature “Tony Rosenthal". By comparison, the majority of Tony Rosenthal sculptures sold recently at public auction are NOT hand signed by Tony Rosenthal so locating a signed Tony Rosenthal sculpture is particularly desirable. 
 
Tony Rosenthal, Public Art Legend
Named a public art legend by Sam Hunter, professor and art critic, monumental public art sculptures by Tony Rosenthal are located in many of the largest United States Cities, including Beverly Hills, CA; Detroit, MI; Highland Park, IL; Honolulu, HA; Los Angeles, CA; Miami, FL; New London, CT; New York, NY; Norfolk, VA; Philadelphia, PA; San Diego,CA.

International Solo & Group Exhibitions
Throughout his career, Tony Rosenthal exhibited all over the world in solo and group shows. In addition to the legendary Kootz Gallery, New York, Tony Rosenthal received numerous one man exhibitions at M. Knoedler & Company, New York; André Emmerich Gallery, New York; Maxwell Davidson Gallery, New York; Catherine Viviano Gallery, New York and Denise Rene, Paris.

You Know The Art!
When the Artist passed away, The New York Times asked Art Dealer Joseph K. Levene, President, Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd. for his observations for the Artist's The New York Times obituary. Joseph K. Levene said"Tony Rosenthal reminds me of a character actor. You know the face but not the name. With him, you know the art. He never had a retrospective, but that's all right, he has one every day on the streets of New York.''

Best known for Alamo, 1967, the rotating Black Cube also known as the Astor Place Cube, Art by Tony Rosenthal can be seen in these prestigious Museum and Public Art Collections:
• Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York
• The Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia
• Department of Parks and Recreation, New York
• Fashion Institute of Technology, New York
• Guild Hall Museum, East Hampton, New York
• Israel Museum, Jerusalem
• The Museum of Modern Art, New York
• The National Museum of American Art, 
• The Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC
• The National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC.
• The Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York
• The Whitney Museum of American Art, New York
• Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut
• Ravinia Music Festival Park, Highland Park, Illinois
• San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, CA
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