90. Fred Carasso
Femme qui Marche (Woman Walking) (1940)
Signed and dated 40 on the base
Signed, titled, and annotated Piece unique underneath
Terracotta, H. 40.2 cm
Private collection, the Netherlands
– Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tentoonstelling van werken der leden den Nederlandsche Kring van Beeldhouwers, 1 January – 2 March 1940, as Loopende Vrouw
– Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Tentoonstelling van werken der leden den Nederlandsche Kring van Beeldhouwers, 1 February – 2 March 1941, no. 36 as Loopende Vrouw
– Rotterdamsche Kunstkring, Rotterdam, 29 November -14 December 1941, no. 3
– Zutphen, 9 September 1941, no. 1
To be included in the forthcoming digital catalogue raisonné.
Fred Carasso was a highly influential artist who had a profound impact on numerous fellow artists, including Charlotte van Pallandt (1898-1997). It was Carasso who introduced the concept of incorporating draperies into her sculptures, thus shaping the direction of her artistic style.
* Condition report available upon request