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Donald Delue

United States (1897 -  1988 )
DeLUE Donald Rocket Thrower

Sotheby's /Apr 23, 2015
11,126.77 - 18,544.62
38,944.50

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Donald Delue -  Adam And Eve

Donald Delue - Adam And Eve

Original 1978
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Lot number: 465
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Description: Donald De Lue (American, 1897-1988) Adam and Eve Signed "D. De Lue" and "De Lue," respectively, in the bronze, both dated, inscribed, and numbered "SC 1978/© 1986 6/12" in the bronze beneath the signature, and with "TX" Tallix foundry marks. Bronze with brown patina, Eve height 10 1/2 in. (26.7 cm), Adam height 9 1/2 in. (24.1 cm), on marble plinths. Condition: Dust and dirt to interstices. Provenance: A private Florida collection. N.B. Donald De Lue's figurative sculptures, often symbolic or mythological, reveal his mastery of human anatomy. The expressive postures of these two figures, expelled from the Garden of Eden, are reminiscent of the tension and emotion found in works by Michelangelo
Donald Delue - Joy Of Life

Donald Delue - Joy Of Life

Original 1981
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Lot number: 1194
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Donald Harcourt De Lue (American, 1897-1988), "Joy of Life", patinated bronze, signed and inscribed "sc 1981", numbered "9/12", copyrighted "1987", and with a "Tallix Foundry, Beacon, New York" mark, on a Vermont verde marble base, h. 30-1/2", w. 9-1/4", d. 16". A native of Boston, De Lue attended the School of the Boston Museum of Fine Arts, apprenticed with the sculptors Richard Recchia (1885-1983) and Robert P. Baker (1886-1940), and spent five years in Paris working with various artists including Alfredo Pena (1883-1966). Upon his return to the United States, he began working with Bryant Baker (1881-1970). Sought after as a sculptor of monuments and memorials, De Lue completed numerous public commissions over his long career, including the monument for the Omaha Beach Memorial at Saint Laurent Cemetery in France, the theme sculpture for the 1964 New York World's Fair, and the Louisiana State Monument at Gettysburg Battlefield. De Lue was a member of the National Sculpture Society, the National Institute of Arts and Letters, and was named a full Academician of the National Academy of Design in 1943.
Donald Delue -  Statue For The Omaha Beach Memorial

Donald Delue - Statue For The Omaha Beach Memorial

Original 1951
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Lot number: 137
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Donald de Lue (1897-1988). Prototype bronze statue for the omaha beach memorial sculpture c.1951-53 Cast bronze statue depicting a muscled, partially naked youth wearing a hooded cloak raising his head and hands skyward, This piece comes with a wooden support and a square brass plaque reading: "PROTOTYPE BY THE AMERICAN SCULPTOR DONALD DE LUE OF HIS TWENTY TWO FOOT HIGH MEMORIAL IN THE MILITARY CEMETARY AT LAUREN SUR MER OVERLOOKING OMAHA BEACH WHERE THE FIRST D DAY LANDINGS WERE MADE." This bronze is the prototype for the 22-foot bronze statue entitled 'The Spirit of American Youth Rising from the Waves' sculpted by artist Donald de Lue for the American Cemetery and Memorial in Normandy, France, overlooking Omaha Beach. The prototype differs from the final version in that the latter lacks a hooded cloak and only raises one arm, while the final design has the legs together and hands cast out and stretched upwards. De Lue received the commission in 1951, this piece one of a small selection of designs that he would have proposed to the committee. De Lue was an internationally famous artist, who did monuments in stone and brass throughout America, including Rocket Thrower in Queens and George Washington in New Orleans. 24 x 7.5 in (61 x 19 cm)
Donald Delue - Rocket Thrower

Donald Delue - Rocket Thrower

Original 1974
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Lot number: 8
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Donald De Lue 1897 - 1988 ROCKET THROWER inscribed DE LUE with copyright bronze, golden brown patina Height: 58 inches (147.5 cm) Read Condition Report Read Condition Report Register or Log-in to view condition report Saleroom Notice Provenance Henry Abram Sosnowitz, New York (acquired directly from the artist, circa 1974-1975) Acquired from the above by the present owner Literature D. Roger Howlett, The Sculpture of Donald DeLue: Gods, Prophets and Heroes, Boston, 1990, pp. 102-106, 110-111, illustrated (other examples)
Donald Delue - Phaeton Ii

Donald Delue - Phaeton Ii

Original 1972
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Lot number: 58
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Donald De Lue (American, 1897-1988) Phaeton II inscribed 'D DeLue / SC 1972 /© 1986 / 12/12' with Tallix foundry mark (on the base) bronze with brown patina 27 1/2in high on a 1 1/2in marble base Footnotes PROVENANCE: The artist With Childs Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts Dominique Stallaerts, A.D.D., Inc., acquired from the above Acquired by the present owner from the above, 1987
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