Mary Snowden, ‘Wind Scarf’, 20th Century, Sculpture, Full Round Bronze Sculpture, Original Art Broker
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Mary Snowden

Wind Scarf, 20th Century

Full Round Bronze Sculpture
25 × 16 × 20 in
63.5 × 40.6 × 50.8 cm
Edition 7/10
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$6,695
Ships from bloomington, MN, US
Shipping: Free domestic, $189 rest of world
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Excellent Condition - Like New
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Hand-signed by artist, Base of Sculpture (see photo) - Signed in Bronze
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Mary Snowden
American, b. 1940
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With wry wit and through a feminist lens, Mary Snowden critiques the American domestic ideal in her paintings and works on paper. Focusing on inter- and post-war models of domesticity and femininity, she sources images from cookbooks, magazines, advertisements, and comic strips from the 1930s through ’50s—then turns them on their head. Through pointed combinations—like Little Orphan Annie surrounded by household objects and seated next to a pig—she upends the vision of the happy suburban housewife, revealing the malaise underlying this confining role. In Kitchen Polka (2000), Annie re-appears, this time at the door of a windowless house, watching as a giant, personified refrigerator sashays up to her. Recently, Snowden has turned to investigations of her family farm, with paintings that celebrate its animal inhabitants with a gentler humor, without the bite of her decidedly more critical works.

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Accepting Offers Now: Here we have something that is very rare to find (only 10 pieces in the Publisher's Proof edition), a Full Round Bronze Sculpture by M.L. Snowden, titled "Wind Scarf" that …

Medium
Condition
Excellent Condition - Like New
Signature
Hand-signed by artist, Base of Sculpture (see photo) - Signed in Bronze
Certificate of authenticity
Included (issued by gallery)
Frame
Not included
Mary Snowden
American, b. 1940
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With wry wit and through a feminist lens, Mary Snowden critiques the American domestic ideal in her paintings and works on paper. Focusing on inter- and post-war models of domesticity and femininity, she sources images from cookbooks, magazines, advertisements, and comic strips from the 1930s through ’50s—then turns them on their head. Through pointed combinations—like Little Orphan Annie surrounded by household objects and seated next to a pig—she upends the vision of the happy suburban housewife, revealing the malaise underlying this confining role. In Kitchen Polka (2000), Annie re-appears, this time at the door of a windowless house, watching as a giant, personified refrigerator sashays up to her. Recently, Snowden has turned to investigations of her family farm, with paintings that celebrate its animal inhabitants with a gentler humor, without the bite of her decidedly more critical works.

Mary Snowden

Wind Scarf, 20th Century

Full Round Bronze Sculpture
25 × 16 × 20 in
63.5 × 40.6 × 50.8 cm
Edition 7/10
.
$6,695
Ships from bloomington, MN, US
Shipping: Free domestic, $189 rest of world
Certificate
Certificate of authenticity
This work includes a certificate of authenticity.
Locked
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