Albert Feraud Abstract Steel Sculpture

Albert Feraud Abstract Steel Sculpture

Albert Feraud Abstract Steel Sculpture


Large welded steel abstract sculpture by french artist Albert Feraud. Stamped at the base “A.Feraud 77”.

Albert Feraud, was born on 26 November 1921 in Paris and died on 11 January 2008 in Bagneux, he was a French sculptor. He graduated at École des beaux-arts of Montpellier and Marseille and worked in Paris in the studio of Alfred Janniot.
He won the first Grand Prix de Rome in sculpture in 1951. Between 1950 and 1960, he realised many works in stone or bronze. After 1960,

Albert Féraud discovers waste-material and his work develops in the direction of a more and more marked abstraction. With his sculptor fellows of the generation of recyclers, notably César and Michel Guino, he finds his material in car scrap, industrial waste dumps. He switched to use welded iron and later stainless steel. Albert Féraud was an elected member of the Académie de beaux-arts in 1989, at the Chair d’Hubert Yencesse. (source wikipedia)

France, 1970’s
Excellent condition

Height only frame: 28.8 in. (58 cm)
Width: 35.4 in. (90 cm)

Recommended Posts
Contact Us

If you would like to inquire about an item from our collection please fill out the form and we'll get back to you, asap.

Start typing and press Enter to search