This is a photograph of Larry Mohr's abstract outdoor sculpture made out of aluminum and stainless steel, erected in April 1984.
New York-based artist Larry Mohr began creating art at the age of 43, after a successful career as a lawyer and businessman. His sculptures are now housed in the collections of the Herbert F. Johnson Museum at Cornell University, Vassar College, the Metropolitan Museum of Art, and the Georgia Museum of Art, among others. Mohr is best known for his large-scale aluminum and bronze sculptures made of welded and bolted I-beams, which are either abstract or anthropomorphic and animal-like forms. Image date is approximate.
Photographic print; black-and-white; 5 x 7 in.
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"CXC V (Crisscross V) by sculptor Larry Mohr." 1984. Image Archive. Fairfield University Archives and Special Collections. https://digitalcommons.fairfield.edu/image-archive/95.