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EUGENE DAUB (BORN 1942) BRONZE SCULPTURE

40: EUGENE DAUB (BORN 1942) BRONZE SCULPTURE

Eugene Daub (Missouri, 20th century)

'Sacagawea'

Bronze on marble with conforming wood base

Signed verso, edition 20/30

Measures 27 x 18 x 11 inches

This seventy pound sculptor's model is an exact replica of the Shoshone woman as she is portrayed in the 18 foot high Corps of Discovery monument commissioned for West Terrace Park in Kansas City Missouri in the year 2000. In some cases the Daub Firmin Studio firm has chosen to offer maquette models of their monumental installations. Sacagawea was interpreter and guide for the Lewis and Clark Corps of Discovery expedition in the early 19th century.

Measures 30.25 x 17 x 9.5 inches including base.

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Very fine original condition without wear or condition issues of any type.
$3,000 - $5,000
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SOLD - $2,000

Sold Price does not include Buyer's Premium

in our Our 19th Annual Spring Art Auction

on Friday, June 9th 2017