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Mary Callery (American, 1903- 1977)
5/6/2016 - Modern Art: Live Salesroom Auction
Gold Figure Dancing
bronze mounted on plexiglass stand with yellow and white paint detail
for Callery's exhibition at the B.C. Holland Gallery from April 24- May 22nd, 1968
complete with artist signed exhibit poster 
ht. 8, lg. 11, wd. 3 in. (sculpture)
18 x 23 in. (poster)


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