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New York sculptor David Klass, designed this one-of-a-kind menorah for Hanukkah. Mixing brass, bronze, copper, and enamel, then setting them on an onyx base, Klass has crafted a work of art suitable for the holiday celebration. Signed by the artist. Made in New York.
Klass graduated from Pratt Institute in 1966 where he studied art and architecture. He worked with Theodor Roszak before opening his own studio in New York City. He is best known for his sculptural work of human and animal figures. In 1991, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York commissioned him to create two life size horses for their Arms and Armor Wing. In addition to his sculptural work, Klass also creates liturgical work Jewish institutions.
Brass, copper, bronze, enamel, onyx
17" x 13" x 3-1/2"
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