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Large Robert Graham Bronze Figure on Pedestal

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Robert Graham (1938-2008)
"Kim" 1984
Signed: R. Graham 
A large patinated bronze figure of a standing nude lady on a rotating pedestal.


Height 77"  (195 cm)
Width 14"  (35.5 cm)
Depth 14"  (35.5 cm)

Executed in 1984.

Artist Biography: Robert Graham was a born in Mexico in 1938. He worked in California as a sculptor. He is known for his bronze sculptures of the human figure. Robert Graham received his formal art training at San Jose State University and the San Francisco Art Institute. He continued his studies at the San Francisco Art Institute in California, finishing in 1964. By the late 1960s, Graham had one-man exhibitions of his sculpture at important contemporary art galleries in Palo Alto, Los Angeles, New York City, London, Cologne, and Essen, Germany. Graham's first major monumental commission was the ceremonial gateway for the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum, for the occasion of the 1984 Olympics. After 1984, Graham received many other commissions for monumental works, such as The Great Bronze Doors of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles. On May 28, 2008 that Graham would be inducted into the California Hall of Fame. After an illness of about six months, Graham died on December 27, 2008 in Santa Monica.