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Iron Sculpture (Abstraction) (*Retired)

By Carl Visser
Category: Sculpture

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** This piece is no longer on display. Please see our Retired Public Art Installations page for more information.

The abstract form is representative of the artist’s later works. He went from a series of sheet metal flowing bird forms to the extreme angular and asymmetrical stacked beams and rectangles. The sculpture sits at the front entrance to the School of Architecture, which is most appropriate since the artist studied architecture at the Academy at the Hague, the Netherlands.

Dimensions: 7’6″ H, 5’6″ W, 5′ D
Year Completed: 1962
Material: Steel
Owner: Washington University
Donor: University purchase


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