John Szaton U.S.A. SOLD

Bronze sculpture of American coalminer – Art Deco

Description

John Szaton U.S.A.

Bronze sculpture of American coalminer – Art Deco

Documentation Not signed
Origin U.S.A
Period Early 20th century
Styles / Movements Art Deco
Manufacturer / Brand John Szaton
Materials Bronze
Dimensions W. 3.94 in; H. 10.24 in; D. 3.94 in;

W. 10 cm; H. 26 cm; D. 10 cm;

Condition Excellent condition – barely used with minimal signs of aging & wear
Description U.S.A coalminer 1930s after John Szaton.

Beautiful cast not signed, good features.

John J. Szaton

John J. Szaton was a Polish-American sculptor born in 1907 in Ludlow, Massachusetts.

The Coal Miner

In 1963 Szaton collaborated with artist Vachel Davis to reinterpret Davis’s iconic 1946 painting American Coal Miner into a permanent, sculptural memorial to coal miners. Szaton’s 7-ft. bronze statue, The Coal Miner, is displayed on the lawn of the Illinois State Capitol in Springfield. It was dedicated on October 16, 1964, and became his most widely known sculpture. A second The Coal Miner statue, cast in 1966, is installed on the west side of the Indiana Statehouse and was dedicated in 1967.

Death

Szaton died in 1966 and is buried in Cedar Park Cemetery, Calumet Park, Illinois.

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