Tuesday, October 19, 2010

Folk Art Sculpture of a Nude Woman by W.L. Bourdeau

The folk artist W.L. Bourdeau apparently lived and worked in Ranger, Texas and all of his extant works seem to have been made between the 1950's and 1960's.

Odd Fellows Antiques sold a few sculptures by the artist, which can still be viewed here.

This sculpture was recently found in Florida. Measures 18" tall.

1 comment:

"Me and All the Tattered Children Play." said...

The face DEFINITELY lacks the love the body received!