Details about Harry Glaubach New York 1996 carved folk art painted wood plaque listed artistSee original listing
Aug 15, 2012
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
|Listed By:||Dealer or Reseller||Size Type/Largest Dimension:||Small (Up to 14")|
|Signed?:||Unsigned||Date of Creation:||1990-1999|
|Medium:||Mixed Medium||Region of Origin:||US|
Harry Glaubach carved and painted wood plaque by listed artist and sculptor 1996
This is a carved and painted wood plaque by listed artist and sculptor Harry Glaubach.
This piece features the printed image Vote FDR, Roxy Dinner, Moe Pickles, 35 Orchard. Honest lawyer 1st floor. Bail bonds sold here.
On plywood pine, over which a three dimensional image of Charlie Chaplin I think it is him has been mounted. The edges of the wood have been chamfered by the artist.
Glaubach is known for his carved and painted wood sculptures illustrating iconic New York imagery. This piece is signed and dated verson 1996. It was completed in 1996. The plaque measures 12"h x 17"w.
. This piece does exhibit minimal scuffing
Harry Glaubach (1939-) Harry Glaubach is an second generation, American wood carver who has been practicing his craft since he was 9. He was taught by his father, a European woodworker and cabinetmaker and continues tradition by now working with his father's tools. Glaubach was born and raised in Brooklyn and his art features imagery from Brooklyn and various places around New York. He is considered a folk art carver with an eye for Modern art composition. Glaubach has immortalized Yankee Stadium as a wooden replica for sluggers Darryl Strawberry and Mickey Mantle, as well as team owner George Steinbrenner. He has also created wooden replicas of Shea Stadium, Ebbets Field and replicas of the amusement rides at Coney Island.