Stanley Wanlass Bronze, "Changing Times"


An emeritus professor of the American Academy of Art in Paris, Stanley Wanlass (b. 1941) is a world-renowned sculptor known for his national monuments — including the Lewis & Clark sculptures at the mouth of the Columbia River — and his many imaginative automotive sculptures. Sculpted in 1989 and hand-painted by the artist


17 inches high x 20 inches diameter, including marble base.