An important sculptor and a key member of the New York art scene in the first half of the 20th century, Nadelman fused the classical influences of his Beaux-Arts style training in Europe with the subject matter and imagery of popular culture in America to create his uniquely abstracted works. At times his works seemed to combine the traditional with what was modern at the time. His "radically simplified drawings" were deceptively simple in their economy of line and form.
Kraushaar Galleries, New York
Private Collection, Long Island, New York