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Wharton Esherick Museum
Malvern, PA
19301
United States

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Hanging Figure
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A counter weight for the trap door that leads to Esherick's bedroom. It is a stylized sculpture of Mary, his eldest daughter, swinging on a tree. It hold the trap door in... more
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Stools
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Various stools that Esherick made towards the end of his career. This is the closest Esherick came to mass producing his work, yet no two stool is the same. The seat on each... more
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First Born
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Sculpture of Esherick's wife, Letty, and their first son, Peter. This is the only portrayal Esherick made of Peter. Also, Peter was not the first born child; he was the youngest. more
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Santa
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This is a red leather strap with a face like Santa Claus. This is the extent of Esherick's Christmas decoration. more
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The Wallop
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Bronze casting of original wood sculpture. This is a sculpture of Joe Lewis after he won the heavy weight boxing championship. more
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Mary
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Esherick oil painting of his eldest daughter, Mary. The gilded frame is also by Esherick. Esherick originally studied oil painting, but his Impressionistic style did not sell.... more
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Single Music Stand
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Single music stand with flowing curves. It looks like it is made from one piece of wood, but is in fact made from cherry and walnut. more
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Bok House Sofa
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Sofa originally made for the Curtis Bok house, it is in fact a reject piece. The sofa curves around the room, keeping a crescent moon shape. The center of the sofa is very deep... more
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Buck
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Esherick's portrayal of American author Sherwood Anderson's alter ego, Buck Fever. The sculpture shows Buck covering one ear and listening with the other. Anderson and... more
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Winnie the Pooh
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Yes, this really is Winnie the Pooh. A ceramic sculpture made with recycled material, the legs and arms are ceramic plumbing pipes and the body a vase. It is covered in a... more
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