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Senes

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At Pier 79

Subway & Bus Lines

A,C,E at 42nd St.

M42

Senes was created in 1973 by native New Yorker, William Crovello. Senes is an abstract sculpture that consists of formed, bent and welded stainless steel plate 3/16 inch thick. It weighs 4100 lbs and measures eight feet eight inches high by seven feet four inches wide by ten feet eleven inches long. It was fabricated by R.J.B Fabricators of Paterson, New Jersey.

Born in 1929, sculptor William Crovello studied at the Rhode Island School of Design, Art Students League, and Columbia University. In 1963, he moved to Spain where he began to devote himself to sculpture. Currently, he maintains studios in both New York and Pietrasanta, Italy.