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Magnificent Bronze Sculpture by Marshall Mitchell Entitled Two Alone

Magnificent Bronze Sculpture by Marshall Mitchell (1917-2001) | Entitled “Two Alone” | Limited Edition Original Sculpture Depicts Prospector Walking Horse | Statue is Signed, titled and numbered 1/35 on base by Artist | On a Solid Marble Base

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  • Magnificent Bronze Sculpture by Marshall Mitchell (1917-2001) | Entitled “Two Alone” (1981) | Limited Edition Original Sculpture Depicts Prospector Walking Horse | Statue is Signed, titled and numbered 1/35 on base by Artist | On a Solid Marble Base | Dimensions: H: 22 W: 23 D: 14 in. | Provenance: Henry Bonnard Bronze Company and Associates.

    Marshall Mitchell Biography:

    1974 – Yale School of Music and Art, Yale University, Norfolk, CT; studied painting and drawing with Gabriel Laderman.
    1975 – BFA, University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL
    1976–1977 – Teaching Assistant of Intermediate Painting with Gretna Campbell, Yale University, New Haven, CT
    1977 – MFA, Yale University, New Haven, CT; studied painting and drawing with William Bailey, Bernard Chaet, Al Held, Lester Johnson, and John Walker. Studied printmaking with Gabor Peter. Studied art history with Rainer F. Crone, Robert L. Herbert, and Robert F. Thompson.
    1977–1979 – Instructor, Maryville College, St. Louis, MO
    1978–1979 – Instructor, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
    1979 – Instructor in Graduate Drawing, Fontbonne, College, St. Louis, MO
    1979–1980 -Assistant to the Dean and Lecturer in Art, Washington University, St. Louis, MO
    1984–2006 – Associate Professor, University of Hawaii, Hilo, HI
    2006–2015 – Professor, University of Hawaii, Hilo, HI
    2010–2015 – Chair of the Art Department, University of Hawaii, Hilo, HI

    Exhibitions:

    2014
    Mitchell Marshall Exhibitions in 2014:
    “Intimate,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO (solo)
    2013
    Mitchell Marshall Exhibitions in 2013:
    “2013 Pacific Rim International Print Exhibition,” Chambers 241 Gallery, Christchurch, New Zealand
    “21st National Satellite Exhibition: Another View III,” Los Angeles Printmaking Society, Saddleback College, Mission Viejo, CA
    “Honolulu Printmakers 85th Annual Exhibition,” Honolulu Museum Art School Gallery, Honolulu, HI
    “Honolulu Printmakers Salon des Réfuses,” Ektopia Gallery, Honolulu, HI
    2012
    Mitchell Marshall Exhibitions in 2012:
    “Monoprints,” Skoto Gallery, New York, NY (solo)
    “Print Work” Artist Image Resource, Pittsburg, PA
    “New Prints 2012/Summer” International Print Center New York, New York, NY
    2011
    Mitchell Marshall Exhibitions in 2011:
    “New Studio Works: Michael Marshall and John Schwartzkopf,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO (solo)
    “Americas 2011: All Media” The Northwest Art Center, Minot State University, Minot, ND
    “14+1 Hawaii Printmaking Now,” Kahilu Gallery, Waimea, HI
    2010
    Mitchell Marshall Exhibitions in 2010:
    “Thinning – A 24th Anniversary Exhibition,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    2008
    Mitchell Marshall Exhibitions in 2008:
    “Choose One,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    “Small Works,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    “Abstraction,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    “African American Abstraction: St. Louis Connections,” The St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO
    2007
    Mitchell Marshall Exhibitions in 2007:
    “Holiday Group Show,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    2006
    Mitchell Marshall Exhibitions in 2006:
    “Land and Sea,” Bonsack Gallery, John Burroughs School, St. Louis, MO (solo)
    “Paper, Paper,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    “Selections,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    2005
    Mitchell Marshall Exhibitions in 2005:
    “Tangential Reflections,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO (solo)
    All Hawaii Juried Art Exhibition, East Hawaii Cultural Center, Hilo, HI
    “Holiday Group Show,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    “With Spirit,” Atrium Gallery, St. Louis, MO
    “Sister Cities Convention,” World Trade Center, St. Louis, MO
    “The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists,” The Contemporary Museum, Honolulu, HI; Maui Arts and Cultural Center, Kahului, HI
    “Mainstream Art, What is it?,” Portfolio Gallery, St. Louis, MO

    Public Collections:

    Armstrong Teasdale, St. Louis, MO
    Wachovia, St. Louis, MO
    Prudential Home Mortgage Company, Clayton, MO
    Seven-Up Bottling Corporation, St. Louis, MO
    Midwest Otologic Group, St. Louis, MO
    US Bank, St. Louis, MO
    First National Bank, Columbia, MO
    Anheuser Busch Companies, Inc., St. Louis, MO
    Ritz-Carlton, St. Louis, MO
    Bryan Cave, St. Louis, MO
    Mexic-Arte Museum, Austin, TX
    St. Louis Art Museum, St. Louis, MO
    University of Hawaii, Hilo, HI
    University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, IL
    Guilford College, Greensboro, NC
    John Burroughs School, St. Louis, MO
    St. Louis Public Library, Julia Davis Branch, St. Louis, MO
    State Foundation on Culture and the Arts, Hilo, HI
    Hawaii State Foundation on Culture and the Arts
    Honolulu Academy of Art, Honolulu, HI

    Literature:

    2013
    Down on the Sidewalk in Waikiki CD, Co-Produced with Justyn Ah Chong, Chris King, Michael Puleloa, Mei-Li Siy, and Executive Producer, Richard Hamasaki, Summer
    Serie XX serigraph print edition, “States…of Mind” published by the Coronado Studio, Austin, TX, April 2-6
    2012
    Bey, Amir, “Michael Marsshall’s Monoprints: Unintended Excursions into Beardonia,” Art Voices Magazine, June, p. 88-89.
    King, Chris, “Hawaii Spotlights Black St. Louis,” St. Louis American, March 1
    2011
    King, Chris, “New Work by a Native Son,” St. Louis American, September 15-21
    King, Chris, “Michael Marshall Gallery Talk,” St. Louis American, September 28
    Porter Troupe, Margaret, “Michael Marshall,” Black Renaissance Noire, Vol. 12, issue 2-3, Summer/Fall
    2008
    “ ‘St. Louis Connections’ at SLAM highlights classically abstract black art,” The St. Louis American, March 19
    2007
    “African American Abstraction: St. Louis Connections,” The St. Louis Art Museum Bulletin, January – March
    2005
    Brown, Daniel R. “ ‘Reflections’ on a Decade of Creation,” St. Louis American, February 3-9
    Callahan, Teresa. “Living Color,” The West End Word, February 23
    Morse, Marcia. “The Body Eclectic: Connecting the Dots at the TCM Biennial,” Honolulu Weekly, July 17 – August 2
    “Exhibition Catalog,” VII Biennial The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists, pg. 19-20
    Ohnuma, Keiko. “Sincere Experimentation: Seventh Biennial of Hawaii Artists,” Honolulu Star Bulletin, June 3, 2005
    Wong, Alison “The Contemporary Museum Biennial of Hawaii Artists,” June 17- August 21

    $725

     

  • Weight

    100lb.

    Height

    22.5"

    Width

    23"

    Depth

    10"

    Weight

    100lb.

    Height

    22.5"

    Width

    23"

    Depth

    10"

    Medium

    Bronze

    Size

    L (up to 40 in.)

    Support

    Marble