Castanis, Muriel Brunner (American, 1926-2006), Untitled Robed Figure, 1983, cloth and epoxy sculpture, signed and dated near bottom, sculpture 71 x 46 x 20 inches, atop a 4 inch tall base. Muriel Brunner Castanis (1926-2006) was an American sculptor best known for her public art installments involving fluidly draped figures. Her work “Corporate Goddesses” (1982), features twelve fiberglass statues of faceless women standing atop 580 California Street building, designed by architect Philip Johnson, have stirred varying interpretations, as viewers try to understand the symbolism. This lifesize sculpture is most certainly a variation of her “Corporate Goddesses” and offers the collector a unique opportunity to own one of these incredible modern pieces.
Creator: Muriel Castanis (Sculptor)
Height: 71 in (180.34 cm)
Width: 46 in (116.84 cm)
Depth: 20 in (50.8 cm)
Style: Neoclassical (In the Style Of)
Materials and Techniques: Epoxy Resin,Fabric
Place of Origin: United States
Date of Manufacture: 1982
Wear consistent with age and use.