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Birthplace
Highland Park

Birth year
1914-2009

Website

Representing galleries
All Artwork ©Tony Rosenthal/Licensed by VAGA, NY

Tags
sculpture, abstract

Statement

 

Tony Rosenthal Alamo
Tony Rosenthal, 1967

Tony Rosenthal: 1914-2009
Best known for his Monumental Public Art Sculptures created over seven decades, Tony Rosenthal received his first Public Art Commission for a Figurative Sculpture for the 1939 World's Fair. Born Bernard Rosenthal, August 9, 1914, in Highland Park, Illinois, Tony Rosenthal passed away July 28, 2009, in Southampton, New York. While the Artist dedicated his life to Art; Rosenthal reluctantly attended Saturday Art classes at the insistence of his Mother, an Opera Singer, at the Chicago Art Institute, learning the craft of Sculpture, eventually becoming Studio Assistant. to Alexander Archipenko, the Modern Master.

The Sam Kootz Influence
The 1960's were a significant turning point for Tony Rosenthal as he changed his Name from "Bernard Rosenthal" and abandoned Figurative Sculpture. Sam Kootz, Rosenthal's Art Dealer, who also represented Pablo Picasso, convinced Rosenthal to concentrate on creating Abstract Geometric Sculptures which won Rosenthal even wider acclaim. Sam Kootz also encouraged the Artist to use his nickname, "Tony", and since 1960, was professionally known and credited as Tony Rosenthal.

 

Tony Rosenthal Sculpture by Category
Accumulations
Cubes, Squares
Wall Sculptures
Public Art
Columns, Totems, Fugues
Small Sculptures
 
Small Sculptures
 
 
  

Tony Rosenthal never stopped creating Sculpture; he did so for seven decades, the first two devoted to Figurative Sculpture; in the last five, Tony Rosenthal created Abstract Sculpture. Best known for Monumental Public Art Sculpture, Tony Rosenthal created Sculpture in a range of mediums and sizes, working everyday in his Studio.

Tony Rosenthal intentionally avoided classification, we have grouped the Tony Rosenthal Sculpture by Category, to browse the Artist's Abstract Sculpture in a variety of mediums including, steel, bronze, aluminum, brass, wood and concrete. Read the complete Tony Rosenthal Biography.

All Tony Rosenthal images and text are copyright ©Tony Rosenthal. All Art created by Tony "Bernard" Rosenthal, including all Sculpture located in public places is ©Tony Rosenthal and protected by the Visual Artists Rights Act

Permission is required to reproduce, photograph, sell and/or use any Art created by Tony Rosenthal, in any manner, and for any reason, from VAGA, the copyright agent for Tony Rosenthal
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Recent Exhibits

Tony Rosenthal participated in these exhibits:

Apr, 2013 The Shape of Modern Sculpture (1947-1977)
Levis Fine Art
 
Aug, 2009 Blue-Chip Art
Joseph K. Levene Fine Art, Ltd.
 

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