A. Wolfe Davidson - Jones Sisters Busts, 1967
Abraham Wolfe Davidson
Offered is a pair of painted plaster sculptures of Marion Jones and Lisa Jones made in 1967.
7 inches wide by 7 inches deep by 13 inches tall (largest)
Back inscribed: Lisa Jones, Age Ten; Marion Jones, Age Eight
Signed: A. Wolfe Davidson, SC 1967
The condition of each is excellent with some minor paint losses.
A. Wolfe Davidson was a well known sculptor in the south working from the 1940s through the 1970s. He immigrated to the United States from Russia and attended Clemson College, later heading the art department at Brenau College in Gainesville, Georgia. He is perhaps best known for his sculpture of Thomas Green Clemson that sits today in front of Tillman Hall at Clemson University.