30″ Edmond Casarella Bronze Abstract Sculpture


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Edmond Casarella
Edmond Casarella (1920, New Jersey – 1996) was a printmaker, painter and sculptor. His particular innovation was the use of layered cardboard printing matrix, that could be carved like a woodcut, enabling the inexpensive creation of large-scale works.
He studied at Cooper Union in New York, before being hired by Antony Velonis to print serigraphs at Creative Printmakers under the National Youth Administration. After army service, he took courses from 1949-1951 under the G.I. Bill at the Brooklyn Museum School.
In 1951, he earned a Fulbright Fellowship which allowed him to travel to Europe, in particular Italy and Greece, where he furthered his studies in art. At the end of the 1950s he returned to the United States, having earned a Guggenheim Fellowship, and in 1956 he began teaching, starting with classes at the Brooklyn Museum graphic workshop.
He went on to teach courses at Cooper Union, Art Students League, Finch College, and Hunter College, and held temporary teaching positions at Yale, Rutgers, Columbia, and Pratt Universities.
In his later career, from the mid-1960s, he predominantly worked in sculpture.
Casarella’s prints, paintings, and sculptures have been included in numerous exhibitions and galleries throughout the United States and Eastern Europe, and are included in many public collections.
Edmond Casarella Cast Aluminum Sculpture

Material: Cast aluminum
Base: Inlaid in rock
30″ high, 21″ long, 10.5″ wide
Very good vintage

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