Milwaukee Art Museum

3x3x3 small scale sculpture

July 20 - August 26, 1984

Estherly Allen, Ernie Moll, Adolph Rosenblatt, Tom Uebelherr, and Susan Walsh

Material quoted below is from the program introduction, copyright © 1984 Milwaukee Art Museum, 750 N. Lincoln Memorial Drive, Milwaukee WI 53202

Adolph Rosenblatt works to personalize the environment. For his themes he chooses students, family and the people he encounters in restaurants, on the beach or wherever he happens to be with his clay in tow. Intuitively, he reconstructs their emotions -- but then takes liberties with their physical appearance. The variety of people who are his subjects represents the trans-social scope of Mr. Rosenblatt's interest in the human race.

Jane Fassett Brite
Curator of the Exhibition

Program Cover

The program cover featuring Adolph's sculpture.

Adolph's statement and bio page

Adolph's statement and biographical information.

Elie and Josh with Jeannette thumbnail

Elie and Josh with Jeannette in Miami Beach
Clay, paint
15 x 22 7/8 x 21 1/8 inches

Struves at Work thumbnail

Struves at Work
Clay, paint
25 1/4 x 16 1/2 x 15 inches

The Boxer and The Lady thumbnail

The Boxer and The Lady, Miami Beach, Different Worlds
Clay, paint
12 1/2 x 22 1/4 x 12 inches

My Old Kentucky Home thumbnail

My Old Kentucky Home
Clay, paint
29 x 29 x 19 1/2 inches

Click the thumbnails on the left to view a larger image.

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