Benefit Shop Foundation Presents Focused Auction Of Estelle Goodman’s Art Aug. 5
The Benefit Shop Foundation, Inc. will present its first-ever single-estate auction on Wednesday, Aug. 5 at 10 am, featuring the estate of the late artist Estelle Goodman (1930-2007), who lived in an iconic building in Manhattan’s Central Park West for decades. The apartment containing her own art and artwork she collected has been locked and unoccupied until now. This abstract figural bronze sculpture ($400-600), signed Estelle Goodman, of a man and a woman, with their backs to one another yet connected by a figurative representation of communication in the form of a flowing ribbon between their mouths. It stands 18¼
- Estelle Goodman
- Loreen Arbus
- Pam Stone
- Paul McCobb
- Bronzes & Busts
- Fine Art
- Sculptures & Carvings
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