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Norman Scott "Butch" Quinn Folk Assemblage Sculpture, Late 20th Century

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Norman Scott “Butch” Quinn (Oil City, Pennsylvania; 1939-2006)
Untitled (assemblage sculpture with rocking element), late 20th century
Acrylic on wood with metal and plastic elements
Signed to underside of base

Mostly self-taught, Quinn began art at the age of 35. He spent most of his early life working odd jobs and was a delivery driver. Quinn found great use in found materials and created expressionist depictions of landscapes and animals, often with religious undertones. Quinn’s work can be found in the public collections of the Museum of American Folk Art and Smithsonian Institution Museum of American Art.

  • Please note, this item is highly fragile and/or requires custom packing. Additional handling time should be expected.


- significant dust residue throughout; small abrasions throughout; small spots of discoloration throughout.


11.5" W x 16.25" H x 3.25" D

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