Lot 186
Dale Claude Lamphere (American, b. 1947), Bronze Relief Sculpture of a Sleeping Child
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
Late 20th century, patinated cast bronze, numbered edition 17 of 25, incised signature in the casting, depicting a sleeping child in sculpted in high relief, mounted upon an oval hardwood oval base.

24 1/2 x 15 x 4 in.

Estate of Dr. Dunworth, Huntington, West Virginia

Lamphere’s dynamic sculpture explores a broad range of materials and subjects from monumental landscapes, to human forms, to the abstract. His work covers the full spectrum from classic figurative sculpture in cast bronze, as represented by the four allegorical works in the South Dakota State Capitol Rotunda, to monumental fabricated stainless steel sculpture involving design, fabrication and structural engineering disciplines. Lamphere has done commissioned portraits of Bob and Dolores Hope, Burl lves, Walter Annenberg, and George and Eleanor McGovern, and other distinguished individuals. Adept at various scales and media, one of his steel sculptures, Dignity, is forty-five feet tall, representing the courage, perseverance and wisdom of the Lakota and Dakota culture in South Dakota. The artist continues make impressive works at his studio in South Dakota.

Good estate condition.