Julius Schmidt’s artwork combines the mechanical and the organic in order to express the dynamic qualities of machinery. His early works were casted in iron and resemembled machine parts while his later work simplified the imagery to suggest rather than replicate machinery. Untitled (1966) of the Empire State Plaza Art Collection is a transition between Schmidt’s two stages. Made of bronze with a light green patina, Untitled’s arranged spherical shapes both recall his earlier “modern towers” and his later simplified imagery.
Dimensions: 111 x 37 x 34 inches
Accession Number: P67.1.6
Location: Currently Not on View
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