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Sculptor, b. 1912 - d. 1999

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    • George Sugarman, 1912-1999, Untitled
      Nov. 28, 2023

      George Sugarman, 1912-1999, Untitled

      Est: CHF300 - CHF600

      (Frame).

      Germann Auction House Ltd
    • George Sugarman, 1912-1999, Untitled
      Nov. 28, 2023

      George Sugarman, 1912-1999, Untitled

      Est: CHF300 - CHF600

      (Frame).

      Germann Auction House Ltd
    • George Sugarman, 1912-1999, Untitled
      Jun. 20, 2023

      George Sugarman, 1912-1999, Untitled

      Est: CHF500 - CHF1,000

      (Frame).

      Germann Auction House Ltd
    • George Sugarman, 1912-1999, Untitled
      Jun. 20, 2023

      George Sugarman, 1912-1999, Untitled

      Est: CHF500 - CHF1,000

      (Frame).

      Germann Auction House Ltd
    • George Sugarman, American (1912-1999), Untitled, 1954, mixed media on paper, 11 3/4"H x 19 1/2"W (sight), 18"H x 25 3/4"W (frame)
      Apr. 30, 2022

      George Sugarman, American (1912-1999), Untitled, 1954, mixed media on paper, 11 3/4"H x 19 1/2"W (sight), 18"H x 25 3/4"W (frame)

      Est: $400 - $600

      George Sugarman American, (1912-1999) Untitled, 1954 mixed media on paper signed and dated lower left. From the Archives of AskArt: Sculptor/painter George Sugarman's (1912-1999) early sculpture was abstract, in a Cubist mode. Wood was carved asymmetrically, suspended and extended horizontally, to express space. Later, the wood was painted in bright colors, in chaotic sequences, which were like three-dimensional equivalents of Abstract Expressionist paintings. The subsequent use of acrylics on metal in a full range of color "forms a bridge between painting and sculpture" and helps to "articulate the formal problems set in each sculpture." With a disregard for industrially available materials, he preferred to render complicated forms from the imagination in order to obtain a desired "particularity of statement." Sugarman was educated at City College of New York and Atelier Zadkine in Paris. He received a National Arts Council Award and Longview Foundation Grants. Among many exhibitions were the Whitney Museum of American Art Annual and the Los Angeles County Museum. His work is found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, and the Art Institute of Chicago, among many others. Source: Les Krantz, "American Artists, Illustrated Survey of Leading Contemporary Artists" Art in America

      Ripley Auctions
    • George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999) Roland, 1970
      Mar. 23, 2022

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999) Roland, 1970

      Est: $1,000 - $2,000

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999) Roland, 1970 steel inscribed and numbered 12/17 Height 17 1/4 inches. Property from a Private Collector, Milwaukee, Wisconsin

      Hindman
    • George Sugarman, American (1912 - 1999), abstract, paper collage, 22 1/4"H x 4 7/8"W (sheet), 25 3/4"H x 8 1/2"W (frame)
      Feb. 19, 2022

      George Sugarman, American (1912 - 1999), abstract, paper collage, 22 1/4"H x 4 7/8"W (sheet), 25 3/4"H x 8 1/2"W (frame)

      Est: $300 - $500

      George Sugarman American, (1912 - 1999) abstract paper collage signed lower right. Provenance: From a private collector, Indianapolis. From the Archives of AskArt: Sculptor/painter George Sugarman's (1912-1999) early sculpture was abstract, in a Cubist mode. Wood was carved asymmetrically, suspended and extended horizontally, to express space. Later, the wood was painted in bright colors, in chaotic sequences, which were like three-dimensional equivalents of Abstract Expressionist paintings. The subsequent use of acrylics on metal in a full range of color "forms a bridge between painting and sculpture" and helps to "articulate the formal problems set in each sculpture." With a disregard for industrially available materials, he preferred to render complicated forms from the imagination in order to obtain a desired "particularity of statement." Sugarman was educated at City College of New York and Atelier Zadkine in Paris. He received a National Arts Council Award and Longview Foundation Grants. Among many exhibitions were the Whitney Museum of American Art Annual and the Los Angeles County Museum. His work is found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, and the Art Institute of Chicago, among many others. Source: Les Krantz, "American Artists, Illustrated Survey of Leading Contemporary Artists" Art in America

      Ripley Auctions
    • George Sugarman, 1912, Red and Yellow Spiral
      Nov. 23, 2021

      George Sugarman, 1912, Red and Yellow Spiral

      Est: CHF800 - CHF1,200

      14/100. Debossed signature: Sugarman. Zürich, Edition Ziegler, 1970.

      Germann Auction House Ltd
    • GEORGE SUGARMAN (1912-1999) Roland.
      Sep. 21, 2021

      GEORGE SUGARMAN (1912-1999) Roland.

      Est: $1,000 - $1,500

      GEORGE SUGARMAN (1912-1999) Roland. Patinated steel. 442x405x132 mm; 17 3/8x16x5 1/4 inches. Incised with the artist's signature and numbered 15/17 on the underside. Manufactured by Lippincott, Inc., North Haven, Connecticut, with the stamp on the underside. 1970.

      Swann Auction Galleries
    • George Sugarman Sculpture, Red And Black Spiral, 1975
      Jul. 24, 2021

      George Sugarman Sculpture, Red And Black Spiral, 1975

      Est: $2,400 - $3,400

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999) abstract sculpture, "Red and Black Spiral," 1975, painted and welded aluminum, with four fan-fold sections encircling a horizontal axis. Sculpture is hollow and measures 69" H x 128" W x 44" D. Sculpture currently situated on a base which is available to the winning buyer, measuring 28 1/4"H x 49 3/4"W x 50"D. Provenance: Deaccessioned by the Hunter Museum of American Art, Chattanooga, Tennessee, commissioned by the museum through a purchase from the National Endowment for the Arts. Note: This large and iconic sculpture, which was has welcomed visitors to the Hunter Museum since 1978, will only be available for preview from its current outdoor location at the entry to the Museum grounds. (No admission fee is required to view it). It will not be available for viewing or for pickup at Case's gallery. The buyer of this lot must make arrangements to pick up the sculpture from its current location at the Hunter Museum in Chattanooga. The hollow sculpture and its very heavy base can be separated and it is up to the buyer to decide if they want to take the base. Case will work with the successful buyer and museum staff to coordinate pickup arrangements. Please do not contact the museum directly, but direct all questions to Case. Artist biography: George Sugarman was born in New York and studied at the City College of New York and in Paris with cubist sculptor Ossip Zadkine. He is credited with pioneering the concept of pedestal free sculpture, and is best known for his large scale, colorful metal sculptures. Sugarman is known for his large scale architectural installations at the Federal Court Building in Baltimore, First National Bank in St. Paul, Minnesota, and Xerox Building in El Segundo, California.

      Case Antiques, Inc. Auctions & Appraisals
    • George Sugarman, (American, 1912-1999), Untitled, 1958, collage on canvas mounted on board, 41 1/2"H x 9"W
      Jan. 16, 2021

      George Sugarman, (American, 1912-1999), Untitled, 1958, collage on canvas mounted on board, 41 1/2"H x 9"W

      Est: $300 - $500

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999) Untitled, 1958 collage on canvas mounted on board Provenance: From a private collection, Indianapolis, IN. Previously: Robert Miller Gallery, New York. Biography from the archives of AskArt: Sculptor/painter George Sugarman's (1912-1999) early sculpture was abstract, in a Cubist mode. Wood was carved asymmetrically, suspended and extended horizontally, to express space. Later, the wood was painted in bright colors, in chaotic sequences, which were like three-dimensional equivalents of Abstract Expressionist paintings. The subsequent use of acrylics on metal in a full range of color "forms a bridge between painting and sculpture" and helps to "articulate the formal problems set in each sculpture." With a disregard for industrially available materials, he preferred to render complicated forms from the imagination in order to obtain a desired "particularity of statement." Sugarman was educated at City College of New York and Atelier Zadkine in Paris. He received a National Arts Council Award and Longview Foundation Grants. Among many exhibitions were the Whitney Museum of American Art Annual and the Los Angeles County Museum. His work is found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, and the Art Institute of Chicago, among many others. Source: Les Krantz, "American Artists, Illustrated Survey of Leading Contemporary Artists" Art in America 41 1/2"H x 9"W

      Ripley Auctions
    • George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper
      Jan. 06, 2021

      George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper

      Est: $100 - $200

      George Sugarman (American 1912-1999) Abstract Work on Paper. Measurements - 13" wide x 17 1/4" high, total with frame - 21 3/4" wide x 26" high. #WPM919310 Please review all photos closely. The nonappearance of a condition report does not mean that the lot is in perfect condition, does not show wear due to age and use, or is free from damage. Market Auctions Inc. strongly suggests that you request a condition report before placing a bid. You may request one from us via this auction platform. Please note that any condition reports are given as strictly as a courtesy to interested parties and should not be considered a statement of fact. Market Auctions Inc. bears no responsibility for any error or omission. All sales are final and sold as is. Measurements are approximated. Please note shipping is not included. All collectibles, silver, antiques, and paintings please contact our third party shipper listed below: PakMail #703 (561) 491-8800 / [email protected] UPS Store (561) 631-8997 / [email protected] For furniture and very large items, please contact an appropriate freight / transport company for shipment. SALES TAX NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Market Auction, Inc., only collects and remits sales tax on items purchased by Florida residents. ALL OUT OF STATE purchasers are required to pay sales tax to their respective States. Purchasers holding valid resale certificates must provide proof of same prior to purchase. Market Auctions, Inc. takes no responsibility for purchaser failure to remit sales tax to the proper non-Florida taxing authority and for any fines or penalties that may result.

      Market Auctions Inc.
    • George Sugarman, (American, 1912-1999), Untitled, 1958, collage on canvas mounted on board, 41 1/2"H x 9"W
      Nov. 07, 2020

      George Sugarman, (American, 1912-1999), Untitled, 1958, collage on canvas mounted on board, 41 1/2"H x 9"W

      Est: $400 - $600

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999) Untitled, 1958 collage on canvas mounted on board Provenance: From a private collection, Indianapolis, IN. Previously: Robert Miller Gallery, New York. Biography from the archives of AskArt: Sculptor/painter George Sugarman's (1912-1999) early sculpture was abstract, in a Cubist mode. Wood was carved asymmetrically, suspended and extended horizontally, to express space. Later, the wood was painted in bright colors, in chaotic sequences, which were like three-dimensional equivalents of Abstract Expressionist paintings. The subsequent use of acrylics on metal in a full range of color "forms a bridge between painting and sculpture" and helps to "articulate the formal problems set in each sculpture." With a disregard for industrially available materials, he preferred to render complicated forms from the imagination in order to obtain a desired "particularity of statement." Sugarman was educated at City College of New York and Atelier Zadkine in Paris. He received a National Arts Council Award and Longview Foundation Grants. Among many exhibitions were the Whitney Museum of American Art Annual and the Los Angeles County Museum. His work is found in the collections of the Museum of Modern Art, New York City, and the Art Institute of Chicago, among many others. Source: Les Krantz, "American Artists, Illustrated Survey of Leading Contemporary Artists" Art in America 41 1/2"H x 9"W

      Ripley Auctions
    • George Sugarman, Trenton
      Mar. 25, 2020

      George Sugarman, Trenton

      Est: $5,000 - $7,000

      George Sugarman Trenton 1991 acrylic on aluminum 36 h × 48 w × 27 d in (91 × 122 × 69 cm) Provenance: George Sugarman Foundation | Gary Snyder Gallery, New York | Private Collection condition: Overall good condition.

      Rago Arts and Auction Center
    • George Sugarman silkscreen
      Feb. 08, 2020

      George Sugarman silkscreen

      Est: $100 - $200

      George Sugarman (American 1912-1999)- Abstract- silkscreen in colors, signed, titled and numbered 14/100 in pencil, ink stain verso, otherwise very good condition. 25 1/8 x 19 1/8''

      Rachel Davis Fine Arts
    • George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper
      Feb. 05, 2020

      George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper

      Est: $100 - $200

      George Sugarman (American 1912-1999) Abstract Work on Paper. Measurements - 13" wide x 17 1/4" high, total with frame - 21 3/4" wide x 26" high. #WPM919310 Please review all photos closely. The nonappearance of a condition report does not mean that the lot is in perfect condition, does not show wear due to age and use, or is free from damage. Market Auctions Inc. strongly suggests that you request a condition report before placing a bid. You may request one from us via this auction platform. Please note that any condition reports are given as strictly as a courtesy to interested parties and should not be considered a statement of fact. Market Auctions Inc. bears no responsibility for any error or omission. All sales are final and sold as is. Measurements are approximated. Please note shipping is not included. All collectibles, silver, antiques, and paintings please contact our third party shipper. Derek at the UPS Store (561)-631-8997. [email protected] SALES TAX NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Market Auction, Inc., only collects and remits sales tax on items purchased by Florida residents. ALL OUT OF STATE purchasers are required to pay sales tax to their respective States. Purchasers holding valid resale certificates must provide proof of same prior to purchase. Market Auctions, Inc. takes no responsibility for purchaser failure to remit sales tax to the proper non-Florida taxing authority and for any fines or penalties that may result. All collectibles, silver, antiques, and paintings please contact our third party shipper. Derek at the UPS Store (561)-631-8997. [email protected] SALES TAX NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Market Auction, Inc., only collects and remits sales tax on items purchased by Florida residents. ALL OUT OF STATE purchasers are required to pay sales tax to their respective States. Purchasers holding valid resale certificates must provide proof of same prior to purchase. Market Auctions, Inc. takes no responsibility for purchaser failure to remit sales tax to the proper non-Florida taxing authority and for any fines or penalties that may result.

      Market Auctions Inc.
    • George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper
      Jan. 08, 2020

      George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper

      Est: $100 - $200

      George Sugarman (American 1912-1999) Abstract Work on Paper. Dated 1954. Measurements - 19 1/2" wide x 12" high, total with frame - 25 3/4" wide x 18 1/4" high. #WPM919308 Please review all photos closely. Contact us for more detailed information if necessary. Market Auctions Inc. is not responsible for any errors or omissions to any lots. All sales are final and sold as is. Measurements are approximated. Please note shipping is not included. All collectibles, silver, antiques, and paintings please contact our third party shipper. Derek at the UPS Store (561)-631-8997. [email protected] SALES TAX NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Market Auction, Inc., only collects and remits sales tax on items purchased by Florida residents. ALL OUT OF STATE purchasers are required to pay sales tax to their respective States. Purchasers holding valid resale certificates must provide proof of same prior to purchase. Market Auctions, Inc. takes no responsibility for purchaser failure to remit sales tax to the proper non-Florida taxing authority and for any fines or penalties that may result.

      Market Auctions Inc.
    • George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper
      Jan. 08, 2020

      George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper

      Est: $100 - $200

      George Sugarman (American 1912-1999) Abstract Work on Paper. Measurements - 13" wide x 17 1/4" high, total with frame - 21 3/4" wide x 26" high. #WPM919310 Please review all photos closely. Contact us for more detailed information if necessary. Market Auctions Inc. is not responsible for any errors or omissions to any lots. All sales are final and sold as is. Measurements are approximated. Please note shipping is not included. All collectibles, silver, antiques, and paintings please contact our third party shipper. Derek at the UPS Store (561)-631-8997. [email protected] SALES TAX NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Market Auction, Inc., only collects and remits sales tax on items purchased by Florida residents. ALL OUT OF STATE purchasers are required to pay sales tax to their respective States. Purchasers holding valid resale certificates must provide proof of same prior to purchase. Market Auctions, Inc. takes no responsibility for purchaser failure to remit sales tax to the proper non-Florida taxing authority and for any fines or penalties that may result.

      Market Auctions Inc.
    • George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper
      Jan. 08, 2020

      George Sugarman Abstract Work on Paper

      Est: $100 - $200

      George Sugarman (American 1912-1999) Abstract Work on Paper. Dated 1953. Measurements - 9 1/2" wide x 13" high, total with frame - 14" wide x 18" high. #WPM919309 Please review all photos closely. Contact us for more detailed information if necessary. Market Auctions Inc. is not responsible for any errors or omissions to any lots. All sales are final and sold as is. Measurements are approximated. Please note shipping is not included. All collectibles, silver, antiques, and paintings please contact our third party shipper. Derek at the UPS Store (561)-631-8997. [email protected] SALES TAX NOTICE PLEASE TAKE NOTICE that Market Auction, Inc., only collects and remits sales tax on items purchased by Florida residents. ALL OUT OF STATE purchasers are required to pay sales tax to their respective States. Purchasers holding valid resale certificates must provide proof of same prior to purchase. Market Auctions, Inc. takes no responsibility for purchaser failure to remit sales tax to the proper non-Florida taxing authority and for any fines or penalties that may result.

      Market Auctions Inc.
    • GEORGE SUGARMAN (American, 1912-1999)
      Jun. 15, 2019

      GEORGE SUGARMAN (American, 1912-1999)

      Est: $200 - $300

      GEORGE SUGARMAN (American, 1912-1999), group of (4) drawings, to include: head, watercolors, ink signed lower left (adhesive stains at corners, toning, light foxing), sight 9''h, 5-1/2''w; head, watercolor, pencil signed lower right, (laid to larger sheet at corners, mat burn, staining to corners, toning), sheet 9-1/2''h, 6''w; figure, ink and wash, signed lower left, (laid to sheet along top and left side, staining to corners, toning, mat burn), sheet 9-1/4''h, 6''w; and seated figure, sepia ink and wash, pencil signed lower right, (lower left corner glued to board, staining to corners, mat burn, toning, small puncture upper left), sheet 10-1/4''h, 7-3/4''w. (Fine Art)

      South Bay Auctions Inc
    • George Sugarman, (American, 1912-1999), untitled, ca. 1950-1955, oil and pastel on paper, 17 3/4"H x 3 1/2"W (sight), 22 3/4"H x 8 1...
      Jun. 30, 2018

      George Sugarman, (American, 1912-1999), untitled, ca. 1950-1955, oil and pastel on paper, 17 3/4"H x 3 1/2"W (sight), 22 3/4"H x 8 1...

      Est: $400 - $700

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999) untitled, ca. 1950-1955 oil and pastel on paper signed lower right. 17 3/4"H x 3 1/2"W (sight), 22 3/4"H x 8 1/2"W (frame)

      Ripley Auctions
    • George Sugarman, (American, 1912-1999), untitled, 1955, oil and pastel on paper, 16 1/4"H x 3 3/4"W (sight), 22 3/4"H x 8 1/2"W (fra...
      Jun. 30, 2018

      George Sugarman, (American, 1912-1999), untitled, 1955, oil and pastel on paper, 16 1/4"H x 3 3/4"W (sight), 22 3/4"H x 8 1/2"W (fra...

      Est: $400 - $700

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999) untitled, 1955 oil and pastel on paper signed lower right. 16 1/4"H x 3 3/4"W (sight), 22 3/4"H x 8 1/2"W (frame)

      Ripley Auctions
    • GEORGE SUGARMAN "BLACK AND GREEN" SCULPTURE
      Jun. 14, 2018

      GEORGE SUGARMAN "BLACK AND GREEN" SCULPTURE

      Est: $600 - $900

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999) "Black and Green", painted steel sculpture incised with artist's initials G.S., edition 27/100. Provenance: Private collection of Benjamin & Deborah Mangel, Mangel Gallery, Philadelphia

      Kamelot Auctions
    • GEORGE SUGARMAN (American, 1912-1999)
      Apr. 21, 2018

      GEORGE SUGARMAN (American, 1912-1999)

      Est: $400 - $600

      GEORGE SUGARMAN (American, 1912-1999), group of (3) drawings, to include: head, watercolor, pencil signed lower right, (laid to larger sheet at corners, mat burn, staining to corners, toning) sheet 9-1/2''h, 6''w; figure, ink and wash, signed lower left, (laid to sheet along top and left side, staining to corners, toning, mat burn) sheet 9-1/4''h, 6''w; and seated figure, sepia ink and wash, pencil signed lower right, (lower left corner glued to board, staining to corners, mat burn, toning, small puncture upper left) sheet 10-1/4''h, 7-3/4''w. Fine Art

      South Bay Auctions Inc
    • George Sugarman American, 1912-1999 Group of five works
      Nov. 17, 2015

      George Sugarman American, 1912-1999 Group of five works

      Est: $2,000 - $4,000

      George Sugarman American, 1912-1999 (i) Happy Holidays and a Good '88, 1988 Signed George and inscribed as titled on the reverse Arcylic on cut, folded paper 9 3/4 x 11 inches (ii) Happy Holidays and the Best New Year Signed George and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on cut, folded paper 12 1/4 x 10 1/2 inches (iii) Happy Holidays and all the best for '84, 1984 Signed George Sugarman and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acryic on cut and folded paper 9 1/4 x 18 inches (iv) All the Best for '95, 1995 Signed George and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on cut, collaged and folded paper 9 3/8 x 14 inches (v) Happy '83, 1983 Signed George and inscribed as titled on the reverse Acrylic on cut and folded paper 9 1/4 x 11 3/4 inches Provenance: Gift of the artist C Estate of Antoinette King

      Doyle New York
    • George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999)
      Feb. 28, 2015

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999)

      Est: $400 - $600

      Nude. Ink on paper, 1951. Signed and dated (l.r.). Sight size 18 1/2 x 13 1/2 inches. Matted and framed.

      Capo Auction
    • George Sugarman silkscreen
      Dec. 13, 2014

      George Sugarman silkscreen

      Est: $200 - $400

      George Sugarman (American 1912-1999)- Abstract- silkscreen in colors, signed, titled and numbered 14/100 in pencil, ink stain verso, otherwise very good condition. 25 1/8 x 19 1/8''

      Rachel Davis Fine Arts
    • George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999)
      Aug. 25, 2013

      George Sugarman (American, 1912-1999)

      Est: $300 - $500

      Yellow and Purple; Yellow and Black (T. 1437; 1442), 1965 Color lithographs on wove paper, signed in pencil on sheet versos, from editions of 20, with the blindstamps of the publisher, Tamarind Workshop, Los Angeles, the full sheets, in very good condition aside from light staining and surface rubs, each framed (only Yellow and Purple examined out of frame). (2) sheets 24 1/2 x 18in; 29 x 19 1/2in

      Bonhams
    • Sugarman, George 1912 Bronx/New York "Harvest".
      Jun. 07, 2013

      Sugarman, George 1912 Bronx/New York "Harvest".

      Est: €3,000 - €5,000

      Sugarman, George 1912 Bronx/New York "Harvest". 1980. Mischtechnik (Kapa-Platten mit Schaumstoffkern, Gewebe, Farbe, Papier), 165 x 150 x 6cm. Signiert, datiert, betitelt und bezeichnet verso: Sugarman, 1980, "Harvest", puis 38 1/2. English Text : Sugarman, George 1912 Bronx/New York "Harvest". 1980. Mixed media (kapa boards with foam core, textile, paint, paper), 165 x 150 x 6cm. Signed, dated, titled and inscribed on verso: Sugarman, 1980, "Harvest", puis 38 1/2.

      Van Ham Kunstauktionen
    • George Sugarman (AMERICAN, 1912-1999)
      Oct. 04, 2011

      George Sugarman (AMERICAN, 1912-1999)

      Est: $2,500 - $3,500

      George Sugarman (AMERICAN, 1912-1999) Shape of Change oil on wood 58¾ x 49 x 22½ in. (149.2 x 124.4 x 57.2 cm.) Executed in 1970.

      Christie's
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