Dark brown patina, is warm, lending a rich appearance.
|About the Artist||(1895-1982) A devoted equestrian, Voss is best known for her bronze sculptures depicting her favorite subject, horses.
She is cited in The Dictionary of American Sculptors 18th Century to the Present, edited by Glenn B. Opitz as well as in Who Was Who in American Art as well as the Dictionary of Women Artists.
|Culture||USA, Women Artists|
|Edition||No edition citation, possible a unique bronze|
|Size||6 3/4" height X 10" length X 4 1/4" depth|
|Base||Stained wood, dark|
|Base size||3 1/2" height X 11" length X 4 3/4" depth|
|Signed||"E. Horne Voss" on self base|
|Condition||Excellent (bronze as well as wood base)|