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George Rickey

Tetrahedron Down II, 1972

Stainless steel
19 in
48.3 cm
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Provenance
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19 h × 5 dia in (48 × 13 cm)

This work is unique.

19 h × 5 dia in (48 × 13 cm)

This work is unique.

Signature
Incised signature and date to base 'Rickey 72'. Incised title to each element 'Tetra'.
George Rickey
American, 1907–2002
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George Rickey is known for abstract kinetic sculptures, inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobiles and …

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George Rickey is known for abstract kinetic sculptures, inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobiles and the geometric forms of Constructivism. “His work was in step with new sculpture trends toward abstract simplification,” wrote New York Times critic Ken Johnson. Yet, slight variations in air currents could make the …

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About the work
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W
Wright

19 h × 5 dia in (48 × 13 cm)

This work is unique.

19 h × 5 dia in (48 × 13 cm)

This work is unique.

Signature
Incised signature and date to base 'Rickey 72'. Incised title to each element 'Tetra'.
George Rickey
American, 1907–2002
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George Rickey is known for abstract kinetic sculptures, inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobiles and …

Read more

George Rickey is known for abstract kinetic sculptures, inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobiles and the geometric forms of Constructivism. “His work was in step with new sculpture trends toward abstract simplification,” wrote New York Times critic Ken Johnson. Yet, slight variations in air currents could make the …

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George Rickey

Tetrahedron Down II, 1972

Stainless steel
19 in
48.3 cm
Bidding closed
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