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Wood sculpture by Ron Street, two balls, circa 1970. David Killen Gallery is proud and excited to sell the unusual and one of a kind works of art from the sculpture garden of the Estate of Ron Street, ex-employee of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and husband of Carmen Bambach, Curator of Drawings at the Metropolitan Museum of Art. Ron was a brilliant and valuable senior 3D imaging manager at the Museum for 30 years, and was an important figure in bringing the Met into the 21st century with computer imaging and 3D analysis, working closely with various departments in achieving their goals of educating the public and expanding the visual comprehension of the works of art on display. In his personal life, Ronald Street was a sculptor and painter, and for the landscape inside and around his country home in Walton, New York, Ron created one of a kind bronzes, marble and stone works of art, wood sculptures and folk art creations, for family and friends. To the best of our knowledge, all these works are one of a kind, and were never offered for sale. Sculpture: 14.5"x 33"x 16.5" base: 10"x 31.5"x 11.5".


Good condition overall, some cracks in the wood.This work fits into the horizontal wood base with two pegs.

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Wood sculpture by Ron Street, two balls, circa 1970.

Estimate $200 - $300Jan 28, 2018
110 West 25th Street
New York, NY, NY 10001
United States
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