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Frederick Prescott

Frederick Prescott is widely acknowledged to be one of the most important kinetic steel sculpture artists of our time. He has been instrumental in the development of assemblage, or constructions of various pieces, in sculpture. He is widely recognized for his high level of technical proficiency combined with the whimsy of his subjects.

Movement and surprise are key elements of a Prescott sculpture. He surprises the viewer by combining weighty and massive materials with light and whimsical subjects. The technical construction creates balance, while the spatial planes lend movement.

Prescott is constantly recreating himself, yet one can find a common thread throughout his work in the combination of a passion for life and a passion for art. He has exhibited his work internationally in over one hundred one man exhibitions and his work is included in the permanent collections of many important museums and corporate collections.

Prescott’s artwork has been collected worldwide, including: Porsche, McDonalds Corporation, Guess Jeans, Andy Williams, Michael Jordan, Sandra Day O’Conner, The Staten Island Hilton, and Steven Spielberg, to name just a very few.

"Good Dog"
Kinetic Steel Sculpture
41" x 14" x 37" check size - - 39" x 39" x 12.5"
Edition Size: 45 Numbered 10 AP
$4,400 ea. or $8,000 pr 1 black, 1 yellow

Sculpture
Acrylic on Steel
23 1/2" x 29" x 9 1/2"
2002
Retail Price: $2,900.00

There are two kinetic steel Labrador Retriever sculptures available, 1 black and 1 yellow at $4,400 ea or $8,000 for the pair + packing, shipping, insurance or delivery. These works were created by Prescott in 2000, in an Edition of 45, with 10 APs. The black "Good Dog" is numbered 16/45, the yellow "Good Dog" is numbered 15/45. They are in excellent, like new condition.