Elie Nadelman’s bronze “Horse” is a visual demonstration of universal beauty.
This sculpture “speaks” to art viewers both with and without art training.
In 1976 this bronze, an edition of 6 in the 36″ version, sold for $20,000 through an art gallery. A casting last sold at Sotheby’s New York May 24, 2000 for $302,750.
Nadelman was a well-recognized American sculptor of the 20th century and “Horse” represents a distillation of the artist’s best work. Regardless of your country of origin, your academic exposure to art history or lack thereof, this sculpture has an understated elegance that qualifies it as having “universal beauty=universal appeal=valuable in the art market.”
Corinne Cain of www.SavvyCollector.com