Relief sculpture titled “Hoboken #12” by Roger Bolomey, 1964
Roger Henry Bolomey, American sculptor, 1918-2011, Torrington CT.
Achievements include being the first to use polyurethane from its fluid form as a medium of art.
Works are in the permanent collection of SFMoMA, MoMA. The Whitney Museum of American Art has two sculptures from this same series: Hoboken #11 (1964) and Hoboken #7 (1963).
This work is molded polyurethane. It comes in three sections. It’s very lightweight and easy to move. The overall size is 7 × 11 feet.
Price on request.