UMLAUF SCULPTURE GARDEN & MUSEUM
Umlauf's sculptures range from detailed realism to lyrical abstractions, from the exotic woods and terra cotta or cast stone of his earlier pieces, to the rich bronzes and alabasters and precious marbles of his prime.
With equal facility Umlauf sculpts family groupings (particularly mothers and children), delightful animals, religious and mythological figures, and sensuous nudes.
The museum's collection consists of around 200 pieces and is considered the "bulk" of Umlauf's work. Other work by Charles Umlauf can be seen in public collections and museums across the United States, including the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, D.C, and the Metropolitain Museum in New York City.
In Texas, there are more of his sculptures in public placements than work by any other single sculptor.
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