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Ibsen's Folly

Mark Gleberzon

This work is from my ongoing series of assemblage works begun in 2008. "Ibsen's Folly" is a loose interpretation of Henrik Ibsen's "A Doll's House". I love using found objects where & when I can. The frame-drawer was found on the street. The doll's head is an old paper mâché antique while the glass element (I think, an old Christmas ornament) is supposed to represent the spark of an idea. The painting on the tin-top is of a chapel I'd pass on my way towards New York City via Connecticut.
  • 3D Works
  • Acrylic painting on vintage candy tin top, paper mâché doll head
  • 2021
  • 12 x 34 x 10 cm
    4.75 x 13.375 x 3.875 inch
$367

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