Albert Wein

The acclaimed American artist, Albert Wein, lived and worked in Crotonville (NorthWestern-most neighborhood of Ossining, NY) for the last decade of his life until his death several years ago. Albert Wein was best known for his sculpture, including the 70 ton granite relief on the Treaty Tower of Libby Dam in Montana. He worked in stone, bronze, and wood. His wife Mrs. Deyna Wein, a former actress, currently lives in and maintains Mr. Wein's studio in Crotonville.

For further inquiry, contact



Mrs. Deyna Wein, at cdgl9@aol.com

or
The Childs Gallery in Boston
or
The Papillon Gallery .


Albert Wein creating medal for Brookgreen Sculpture Gardens, SC.



Albert and Deyna Wein, Nov. 1990 Opening of last 1 man show at Childs Gallery in New York



marble 24"



marble



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marble



bronze



"Hope" Rosso Soraio marble 24"



"Harvest", 1939 bronze 13"



"Phryne Before the Judges", 1948 Indiana Limestone 9.5' tall, Brookgreen Gardens, SC.
Also in bronze 27"



"Prometheus" bronze



"The Model" bronze 14"



"Rite of Spring"



"Prometheus" bronze



"Girl Reading", bronze 17"



"Embrace" 16"



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"Equus #2" bronze 16"






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