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Vintage

Wall Sculpture by William Friedle

L'Enfant Terrible

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Wall Sculpture by William Friedle
Wall Sculpture by William Friedle
Wall Sculpture by William Friedle
Wall Sculpture by William Friedle
Wall Sculpture by William Friedle

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Product Information

Era:
Vintage; 1960s
Condition:
Excellent
Country of Origin:
USA
Materials:
metal
Size:
35" L x 4" W x 40" H
Color/Finish:
silver/gold

Why We Love This

Rare 1960s wall sculpture by the American artist William Friedle. Friedle and his brother had a metal sculpture shop called Sculptsmith in New York City during the 1960s. He is credited with popularizing the starburst design that became synonymous with the era. Authentic Friedle signature sticker. Width measurement represents depth.
As described by L'Enfant Terrible

About L'Enfant Terrible

For over 20 years L'Enfant Terrible has sold to designers, stylists, and antique stores on both coasts. Her merchandise has been featured in fashion magazines, decor magazines, trendsetting websites, and in the homes of tastemakers nationwide. This is the first time she has opened her store directly to the public.