Bronze Dance & Ballet Sculpture by Kelsey

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File #249 Balanchine's-Dancer-Elise

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Radiant with the beauty and energy of youth, this sculpture celebrates the exquisite lines of classical ballet. This is a masterpieces in every sense of the word. It was created according to the exacting body proportions demanded by famed Choreographer George Balanchine for his dancers in the New York City Ballet
In Gallery #2, you can see how this sculpture started as a ten inch Bronze sketch (File #226) and grew up to a twenty one inch: mid-sized piece ( File #228) and finally up to a life-sized major work of fine art at five feet six inches. ( File #249 )It was cast by the Polich Tallix Foundry in Rock Tavern, New York. Edition: 1/ 6 The steel base is 9 inches high: 60 inches wide and 72 inches long
For Sculpture Placement, Critiques, Artist's Statement Etc. scroll up to the top of the home page on this website. The Falk Essay is a comparative treatise on the Kelsey Bronzes, those of Edgar Degas and other master sculptors of dance by Peter Hastings Falk, our leading fine art appraiser, art historian, author and founder of ARTNET.com

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File #1 Lady-Anne-of-Cartigny is 10 inches: Price $25,000.00
File #228 Lady-Cadwallader-Washburn: 22 inches: Price: $110,000.00
File #249 Balanchine's-Dancer-Elise-Boyce-Kelsey: five feet six inches
Price: $1,200,000. Contact: 860-350-4938
(for multiple views of this sculpture: Click on "Artist Website" above: right)
Original Piece:
$1200000.00
Dimension: 6.00" h x 60.00" w x 72.00" d  weight: 1250.00 lb

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