Catalog

Casanova (1960), 112 x 72 in. Cardboard, polyester, plywood and steel. Collection, New York State University College at Potsdam.

 

Sycorax (1962), 95 x 47 in. Polyester mix with welded steel and wood. Collection, Whitney Museum of American Art.

 

Trek (1958-59), 50 x 84 in. Sand, gravel with polyester on plywood.

 

Little Hans (1963), 94 x 80 in. Polyester-impregnated tuxedoes.

 

Marsyas (1963), 78 x 72 in. Polyester-impregnated tuxedoes.

 

Harpy (1962), 90 x 112 in. Polyester-impregnated tuxedoes and welded steel.

 

White Whale (1958), 44 x 80 x 1 in. Resin mix and sand on fibrous board

 

Flight 16 (1961), 79 x 48 in. Polyester-impregnated cardboard on plywood.

 

Phoenix (1960), 93 x 81 in. Polyester-impregnated cardboard on plywood. Collection, Museum of Modern Art.

 

Playground (1958), 66 inches high. Polyester mix on cellotex and plywood.

 

Landscape (1954), 25 x 32.5 in. Sand, paint, plaster-of-Paris with polyester.

 

Naiad (1965-66), 26 x 20 in. Unique bronze.

 

Iago (1965-66), 28 x 15.5 in. Unique bronze.

 

Bacchante (1965-66), 29 x 11.5 in. Unique bronze.

 

Gesticulating Man (1956), 66.5 x 48 in. Mixed technique with polyester on plywood.

 

Composition (1956), 48 x 36 in. Mixed media with sand, polyester.

 

Incubus (1959-60), 77.5 x 57 in. Polyester mix with black enamel on plywood.

 

Lethe (1958), 55 x 77 in. Polyester mix on plywood.

 

Leander (1960), 36 x 32 in. Polyester-impregnated burlap.

 

Bacchanalia (1958), 38.5 x 72 in. Polyester mix on cellotex on plywood.

 

Sirène (1960), 78 x 37 in. Polyester-impregnated carton and fabric on plywood.

 

Head of Bull (1958), 33 x 33 in. Sand, gravel paint with polyester on cellotex and plywood. Collection of John D. Rockefeller Estate [Kykuit], Tarrytown, NY.

 

Descent (1955), 48 x 37.5 in. Duco and black enamel on plywood panel.

 

Monument (1955), 48 x 36 in. Duco and black enamel on plywood panel.

 

Bull (1959), 44 x 57 in. Oil on canvas.

 

Bassanio (1955-56), 14 x 11 in. Unique bronze.

 

Chinese Landscape (1957), 48 x 22.5 in. Polyester mix on cellotex and plywood.

 

The Brave Bull

 

Hovering

 

Untitled Assemblage

 

Horizontal Panel (1958), approx. 84" wide. Mixed technique with polyester resin.

 

Seated Figure (1949), 12 x 6 in. Tempera on transparent acetate.

 

Quad 1 (1968), TRAN2 computer sculpture constructed with layered plastic disks. 

 

Quad 2 (1968), 71.5 x 11 in. TRAN2 computer sculpture of stacked layered disks, made of plywood.

 

Quad 3 (1969), TRAN2 computer sculpture in laminated veneer. Collection of Tate Modern Museum.

 

Ten Drawings (1952-62).

 

Nightscape (1957), 18 in. square (approx.) Mixed media with paint and polyester on plywood.

 

Mojave (1957), 15 in. high. Mixed media with paint and polyester on plywood.

 

Head (1955), 11.5 x 10 in. Duco on paper.

 

Desert Landscape (1957), 22 in. wide. Sand, gravel, polyester on cellotex and plywood. Collection, Prof. Lyman Coster, Albuquerque.

 

Sanctum (1958), 54 x 73 in. Sand, gravel paint with polyester on cellotex and plywood. Maremont Collection, Chicago.

 

Plaque (1957), 27 in. wide. Polyester mix on cellotex. Collection, Frederick O’Hara, Albuquerque.

 

Nambe (1958), 77 x 49 in. Sand, gravel, paint with polyester on cellotex and plywood. Collection,
Philip C. Johnson, New York.

 

Broome Street (1961), 85 x 49 in. Mixed technique with polyester on plywood. Collection, Allan Stone,
New York.

 

La Marseillaise (1961), 72 in. high. Mixed technique with polyester on cellotex and plywood. Maremont Collection, Chicago.

 

Primordial Child (1961), approx. 13.5 in. high.

 

Ballerina (1960), 48 in. high. Wood, metal and polyester. Collection, Dr. John Lindenbaum, New York.

 

Crucifix (1962), 86 in. high. Tuxedoes impregnated with polyester resin. Collection, Houston Museum of Art.

 

Fisherman

 

Magog (1963-64), 38 in. high. Unique bronze.

 

Seated Figure (1964-66), 25 x 30 x 23 in. Unique bronze.

 

Pythia (1966), 132 x 68 x 68 in. Plywood, fiberglass, epoxy and painted steel. Albany Collection,
State of New York.

 

Specimen (1956), 37.5 x 48 in. Duco, plaster-of-paris, black enamel on plywood. Collection, June Wayne,
Los Angeles.

 

Epitaph (1957), 48 x 25 in. Polyester mix on cellotex and plywood. Private collection.

 

Nosedive (1962), 66 in. high. Polyester-impregnated tuxedoes.

 

Winter Storm (1959), 70 in. high. Polyester mix with paint on plywood. Collection, University of Texas.

 

Calle de las Putas (1960), 90 x 60 in. Polyester mix with cellotex on plywood. Collection, Allan Stone.

 

Casbah (1960), 75 x 52 in. Found materials with polyester mix on plywood. Collection, Stephen Paine, Boston.

 

Cliffhangers (1963-64), 20 ft. x 20 ft.  Plastic impregnated tuxedoes with wood and welded steel. Exhibited at the American Pavilion, New York World’s Fair 1964-65.

 

Katch (1962), 108 in. high. Wood, steel and polyester. Collection, Kalamazoo Art Center.

Macbeth (1962), 96 in. high. Plastic impregnated fabrics, rope, wood and steel. Collection, Elaine de Kooning,
New York City.

 

Luminescent Sculpture (1952), 24 x 30 in. Fluorescent dyes and pigments on acetate.

 

Stroboplane (1951), 72 in. high. Aluminum, wood, photographs and electrical components.

 

The Lovers, Painting.

 

Midpassage, Painting.

 

The Farewell, etching.

 

Untitled Cartoon, Pen and ink.

 

Bertha (1960)

 

Casbah

 

Figure (1958), Mixed technique with polyester resin.

 

Storm (1959)

 

Totem

 

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