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Albert Weinert (american Sculptor 1863-1947). Museum Quality Carved Marble Grouping Of A Young Woman Playing A Lyre Harp. Two Children At Her Side. One Holds A Music Scroll, The Other Plays The Flute. Signed On The Base, A. Weinert. Sc., And Dated 1924. 78h X 40w. Base Is 21w. Born In Leipzig, Germany, Weinert Attended The Royal Academy There And Then The Academy Royale Des Beaux-arts In Brussels, Belgium. In 1886, He Immigrated To The United States, Settling First In San Francisco And Then New York City. Condition: Excellent. No Damages, Repairs, Or Restorations. From The Sandra Clements PERSONAL STATUARY Collection. SHIPPING NOTICE!!THIS STATUE IS IN DESTIN, FLORIDA AT CLEMENTS CORP. LOCATION; SHIPPING ARRANGEMENTS AND OR PICK UP WILL BE FROM DESTIN, FLORIDA!!! NOT DALLAS, TEXAS!

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Important Marble Sculpture, Signed A. Weinert.

Estimate $40,000 - $80,000
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