Cast aluminum relief depicting an artist's palette, brushes, pencils and charcoal sticks. Conceived to appeal to artists and musicians, the Barbizon Plaza was noted as the first music and art residence center in the United States. The list of notables who frequented the Barbizon was wide-ranging, from Diego Rivera and Frieda Kahlo, who resided at there in 1933, to the Beatles, who stayed during their early U.S. visits. The measurements indicated are as framed. The measurements of the actual piece is 36" wide by 49" high.
H 54.5 in. W 41.5 in. D 2.5 in.