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Jean  Tock  (1904-1988) 
Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran

Lot #  30:  Jean  Tock (1904-1988)

Title:  Torso
Medium:  bronze sculpture
Art Size (H x L):  23.5 x 18 x 22
Signature Location:  signed on base
Notes:  dated 1982
Frame Size (H x L):  -
Frame Style:  none
Condition:  very good
Provenance:  de-accessioned from the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, originally gift to the museum by the artist.

About the Artist:  Jean  Tock  (1904-1988)  Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran



 

sold for 263.25

04.15.12

Lot #  31:  Jean  Tock (1904-1988)

Title:  Woman
Medium:  plaster sculpture
Art Size (H x L):  22.75 x 19.25 x 15
Signature Location:  unsigned
Notes:  titled on base
Frame Size (H x L):  -
Frame Style:  none
Condition:  very good
Provenance:  de-accessioned from the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, originally gift to the museum by the artist.

About the Artist:  Jean  Tock  (1904-1988)  Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran


 

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04.15.12

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Lot #  32:  Jean  Tock (1904-1988)

Title:  Embryo from Womb (one piece)
Medium:  bronze sculpture
Art Size (H x L):  39 x 30.5 x 8.5
Signature Location:  unsigned
Notes: 
Frame Size (H x L):  -
Frame Style:  none
Condition:  very good
Provenance:  de-accessioned from the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, originally gift to the museum by the artist.

About the Artist:  Jean  Tock  (1904-1988)  Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran

sold for 117.00

04.15.12

Lot #  33:  Jean  Tock (1904-1988)

Title:  Body and Hands (three pieces)
Medium:  bronze sculpture
Art Size (H x L):  assembled:  50.5 x 36 x 9, small hand: 29 x 10 x 5.5, large hand: 33 x 22 x 6, body backside: 42.5 x 25.5 x 6.5
Signature Location:  unsigned
Notes: 
Frame Size (H x L):  -
Frame Style:  none
Condition:  very good
Provenance:  de-accessioned from the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, originally gift to the museum by the artist.

About the Artist:  Jean  Tock  (1904-1988)  Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran
sold for 117.00

04.15.12

Lot #  34:  Jean  Tock (1904-1988)

Title:  Child Figure (one piece)
Medium:  bronze sculpture
Art Size (H x L):  47.75 x 17.5 x 3
Signature Location:  unsigned
Notes: 
Frame Size (H x L):  -
Frame Style:  none
Condition:  very good
Provenance:  de-accessioned from the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, originally gift to the museum by the artist.

About the Artist:  Jean  Tock  (1904-1988)  Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran

sold for 117.00

04.15.12

Lot #  35:  Jean  Tock (1904-1988)

Title:  Cassandra
Medium:  imprint cast plaster and color
Art Size (H x L):  53.5 x 21.75 x 2
Signature Location:  signed verso
Notes:  titled verso
Frame Size (H x L):  -
Frame Style:  wood slat
Condition:  one small area of paint loss, small chips, otherwise fair
Provenance:  de-accessioned from the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, originally gift to the museum by the artist.

About the Artist:  Jean  Tock  (1904-1988)  Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran



 

sold for 234.00

04.15.12

Lot #  36:  Jean  Tock (1904-1988)

Title:  Lazarus
Medium:  imprint cast plaster and color
Art Size (H x L):  43.25 x 23.5 x 1.25
Signature Location:  unsigned
Notes: 
Frame Size (H x L):  -
Frame Style:  wood slat
Condition:   good, although it appears to possibly be some condition issues lower left corner (difficult to ascertain if artist rendered), and some small chips
Provenance:  de-accessioned from the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, originally gift to the museum by the artist.

About the Artist:  Jean  Tock  (1904-1988)  Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran



 

One example of this artistís work

04.15.12

Lot #  37:  Jean  Tock (1904-1988)

Title:  The Martyr or The Black Dancer
Medium:  imprint cast plaster and color
Art Size (H x L):  48.5 x 23.5 x 1.75
Signature Location:  unsigned
Notes:  dated 1993, titled verso
Frame Size (H x L):  -
Frame Style:  double stained wood slat
Condition:  good, some small chips
Provenance:  de-accessioned from the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, originally gift to the museum by the artist.

About the Artist:  Jean  Tock  (1904-1988)  Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran



 

One example of this artistís work

04.15.12

Lot #  38:  Jean  Tock (1904-1988)

Title:  Dawn or The Giver
Medium:  imprint cast plaster and color
Art Size (H x L):  48 x 23.75 x 2
Signature Location:  unsigned
Notes:  inscribed in plaster verso: S2 W66P, also numbered in pencil each corner: I, II, III, IV
Frame Size (H x L):  -
Frame Style:  wood slat
Condition:  good, some small chips
Provenance:  de-accessioned from the Cape Cod Museum of Fine Art, originally gift to the museum by the artist.

About the Artist:  Jean  Tock  (1904-1988)  Studied at Mass. College of Art (1926) and with Charles Hawthorne in Provincetown.  In the 1950ís she worked briefly with her husband Jack in Provincetown.   She had studios in Boston, Duxbury and Truro.  Exhibitions include Mass. College of Art, Boston University, CMFA, Addison Gallery of American Art, NY, Phillips Academy, Andover, Duxbury Art Complex Museum, Michael Reese Hospital,  Joseph P. Healy Library, Univ. Mass., Boston,  Boris Mirski Gallery, Boston, Goodman Walker Gallery, Boston, Alchemie Gallery, Boston, Chicago Art Institute (traveling exhibition).  She was recognized for her works in bronze, stone, concrete and plaster-like substance on wire cloth and mixed media.

Additional information:  Jean Tock - nickname "Teddy" - who with her husband Frank, also a sculptor, lived in Boston's Bay Village, on Fayette Street during the 40s, 50s, 60s. She was a neighbor of my late husband Kahlil Gibran (1922-2008) also a painter/sculptor who was in Provincetown late 40s & early 50s.  The Tocks had a small foundry in the cellar of their studio. Were part of the Boston artists' group (including my husband, Hyman Bloom Hermon DiGiovanni, composer Alan Hohvaness) that was devoted to East Indian & Middle Eastern music.

submitted by Jean Gibran



 

One example of this artistís work

04.15.12