Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed

Rare_Marianna_von_Allesch_Vase_Mid_Century_Modern_Abstract_Signed_01_byRare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed

Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed
Marianna von Allesch Vase. Signed on the bottom. Rare and highly collectible. Her works are featured in galleries and museums worldwide. Her pieces are also in Metropolitan Museum in NYC. Glazed and decorated ceramic. Aprox 7″ tall and 7″ wide. Brown tones & rust colors. Great addition to any collector! Please see all photos as they are part of the description. Born into royalty in Bavaria in 1899. She moved to New York in 1928. She had a thriving studio in the West Village. She died in 1964. She was also a craftsperson, designer, and teacher. She was the creator of Pulaski Modern Furniture. And was a designer of glassware for Kensington Crystal Company. She collaborated with famous architect Morris Lapidus. In the Americana Hotel in Bal Harbour, Florida. The artist was responsible for all the lobby. And room ceramic lamps as well as the door escutcheons. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Decorative Pottery & Glassware\Vases”. The seller is “mayascollectibles” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, China, Mexico, Germany, Japan, France, Australia, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, Korea, South, Indonesia, Taiwan, South Africa, Thailand, Belgium, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, New Zealand, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi Arabia, Ukraine, United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Republic of, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Panama, Trinidad and Tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei Darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French Guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman Islands, Liechtenstein, Sri Lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macau, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay.
  • Features: Signed
  • Handmade: Yes
  • Time Period Manufactured: 1940-1949
  • Production Technique: Pottery
  • Material: Ceramic
  • Model: Marianna von Allesch
  • Production Style: Art Pottery
  • Brand: Marianna Von Allesch
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Antique: Yes
  • Color: Brownish
  • Type: Vase
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original

Rare Marianna von Allesch Vase Mid-Century Modern Abstract Signed

Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth

Rare_Vintage_Abstract_Tribal_Mid_Century_Modern_Trans_Pacific_Textiles_Barkcloth_01_hzzpRare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth

Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth
Item: For your consideration we are presenting for sale a large panel of vintage textile material great for your crafting needs. There’s a little over 4 yards of material here. We’re not sure, but it feels like the material is a medium to heavy weight cotton. It does not feel synthetic to us – it doesn’t stretch, etc. It reminds us of barkcloth. The selvedge reads “Trans-Pacific Textiles” (see photos). Colors: Greens, Black, Off-White. 153″ long (4.25 yards) x 44″ wide. Condition: The material is in excellent condition. There is a small 1″ x 5″ piece of material that was cut off along one of the end edges – we photographed it. Colors and graphics are nice and bold. The material is free from rips, holes, tears, stains, runs, pulls, odors, etc. It has been very well cared for and is ready for new home! Please ask them and we will respond back to you in a timely manner. This item is in the category “Antiques\Furniture\Other Antique Furniture”. The seller is “oddmidmod” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Sub-Style: Modern
  • Brand: Trans-Pacific Textiles
  • Width: 44\
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Type: Textiles
  • Color: Green, Black, Off-White
  • Item Height: 153\

Rare Vintage Abstract Tribal Mid Century Modern Trans Pacific Textiles Barkcloth

RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha

RARE_Mid_Century_Modern_Mexican_Chicano_Abstract_Oil_Painting_De_La_Rocha_01_ant RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha

RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha
This is a Very RARE and Important Antique Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting on canvas, by Los Angeles Chicano legend and one of the founding members of the Los Angeles Chicano art collective Los Four (Los Cuatro), Roberto “Beto” De La Rocha (1937 -) De La Rocha was also influential in re-establishing the tradition Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead in Los Angeles, along with Los Angeles artist Gronk. De La Rocha was an active participant in the inception of Chicano art in the United State, and with other founding members (Carlos Almaraz, Frank Romero, Gilbert Lujan, and Judithe Hernandez), brought this new art form to the international spotlight. Unfortunately, after a few years, De La Rocha had a mental breakdown and left Los Four, and subsequently lived like a hermit in his house for 20 years and destroyed ALL of his artworks with the help of his young son Zack De La Rocha, singer of Rage Against the Machine. Because of this event, original works by De La Rocha from his time in Los Four (early 1970’s) are incredibly rare, and if not literally impossible to obtain due to their widespread destruction. If you were to research artworks by this painter, you would only see one original painting (from 1994), which is after his 20 year seclusion. This is the only one known to exist in private hands. This painting was acquired from a small estate sale in East Los Angeles. This painting is a beautiful and mesmerizing abstract scene, reminiscent of Kandinsky and Calder. Approximately 14 x 16 inches. This work is in good condition, with some light edge wear from age. Writing on the verso reads: Orig. By Roberto De La Rocha. This was likely a gift to this person by the artist in the early 1970’s. This work would be happily exhibited and accepted into The Cheech Marin Center for Chicano Art, Culture & Industry in Riverside California. Please check my other listings for more wonderful and unique artworks! Roberto Isaac “Beto” de la Rocha (born November 26, 1937) is an American painter, graphic artist, and muralist. He was part of the Chicano art collective Los Four for a few years. De la Rocha was also influential in re-establishing the traditional Mexican celebration of the Day of the Dead in Los Angeles. He is the father of Rage Against the Machine vocalist and lyricist Zack de la Rocha. Not much is known about de la Rocha’s early life other than what he mentioned to friends. Some of the things he mentioned was that his parents were Mexican American of Spanish Sephardi Jewish converso origin. He also received a Master’s of Fine Arts from CSU Long Beach. Almaraz describes de la Rocha as a “wonderful artist” and a “very good printmaker”. De la Rocha was very respected for his printmaking. De la Rocha was also described as having a very good background in the arts. He taught art at both CSU Long Beach and CSU Northridge. In 1973, he was introduced to the other members of Los Four by Gilberto Lujan and they quickly chose to form a group of collective artists. As a part of the group he gained much success and made several murals and art installations throughout Los Angeles. One of his biggest accomplishments was bringing the Mexican tradition of The Day of the Dead to Los Angeles. De la Rocha along with another artist, Gronk, simply decided to celebrate the day by dressing up in traditional skeleton costumes and going up the Evergreen Cemetery. The tradition started off small and was described as “a few weird artists doing this weird thing” but quickly grew in size. Within a few years, Los Four barely had anything to do with it. Soon after gaining success with Los Four, de la Rocha had a sort of mid-life crisis and decided that he was going to quit everything relating to art. He quit the group and went into a 40 day fast that heavily affected his physical and mental health. He dropped from 145 to 78 pounds. This landed him in the psychiatric ward at the LA County Hospital. After emerging from that, he locked himself away in his father’s home and began destroying all of his art claiming that it had all been created as act from the devil. Out of the Dark : He destroyed his art and began a 20-year journey of solitude and soul-searching. But now Beto de la Rocha wants to create again. E l profesor leans on his cane–an old broomstick, actually–to receive the swarming well-wishers. They have come to a Highland Park bookstore to celebrate the re-emergence of Beto de la Rocha–a trailblazing artist who gave up a promis ing career in the mid-1970s to begin an excruci ating, 20-year work-in-progress: a retreat into his soul. Not long after his involvement in a landmark exhibition of Chicano art, Rocha (as he prefers to be known) destroyed every one of his paintings and spent years seeking solitude and answers in a darkened house and a dog-eared Bible. But on a recent Sunday at Arroyo Books, those who have gathered to view an exhibition he helped curate–historical photographs chronicling Los Angeles’ early Mexican-American community–are grateful for what they find: a happy, smiling, public Rocha. A Rocha who has resumed his art. “I’m not going back into isolation, ” he tells an admirer who greets him with a hug. Twenty years ago, Rocha defected from the Chicano art scene, broke and disenchanted by the glamour and attention that a record-breaking 1974 exhibition at the Los Angeles County Museum of Art had brought him and members of Los Four–artists whose work had finally found mainstream acceptance. Fortune, says Rocha, failed to follow the fame his work had garnered. He divorced his wife and gave up a job as a fine-arts instructor at East Los Angeles Community College. He moved into his father’s Lincoln Heights home, closed the drapes, placed heavy locks on the doors and lived in seclusion, venturing outdoors only for groceries or to take odd jobs, mostly in carpentry. He read the Bible all day–every day–highlighting Scriptures, folding the corners of pages, memorizing verses. He took to heart the commandment not to make graven images and destroyed his artwork–considered by many, including his peers, as the best Chicano art of its time. He ignored all pleas from friends, mostly artists who worried about his welfare. They heard about his 40-day fast, his body withering away from 145 pounds to 78. Eventually, they stopped calling, stopped dropping by. And Rocha, who had come to regard all artists as “wicked and decadent, ” had himself been labeled by friends as the lost one. At his home, a small one-bedroom apartment he pays for with his monthly disability check, Rocha, 57, explains why he left. With the museum thing, I expected the whole world to open up to me. (But) nothing happened, he says, recalling that time as a young, hot artist toasted at parties and lauded for his talent. I didn’t know how to wait for success, how to be patient. He began to question his life–and future–as an artist and his role in el movimiento of the 1970s. Being Chicano was new to us. We never heard that term, ” he says, adding that it was a struggle for him to deal with his own identity “and an aesthetic criteria. So he quit painting because his soul demanded it, he says. I had to come to grips with who I was. ” He needed “a method to my life. ” He turned to religion “because I wanted to be civilized. Back then I was hateful, not kind. I was just nasty. ” And God, he says, provided “the law, the rules, the commandments that he followed. His only son, Zack, then a young boy, unknowingly also helped his father find answers during that turbulent time. They shared an incident neither will ever forget. Zack asked me if he could have a landscape drawing of mine. He was holding the drawing in front of me:’Daddy, can I have that? I said,’Hey, that’s mine,’ Rocha recalls, pausing to fight back his tears. He grips his cane. Here was a very tender young boy asking for this thing–a piece of flat canvas with paint, an object, a nothing–and I denied it to my son, a human. How could I have been so possessive? His voice cracks with emotion. As you can see, it is painful for me now. Later that night, Zack and his father ripped artwork off the walls, pulled it out of closets, from under the bed and behind doors. Beto plunged scissors into gorgeous landscapes, intricate woodblock prints and abstracts–many that had hung at the county museum–shredding everything he had ever created. Then, in a trash can, he burned the tattered scraps, splintered frames, paintbrushes and easels. “That was my moment, ” he says. That’s when I told myself I no longer want to be an artist. Zack de la Rocha, now 25 and a member of the rock band Rage Against the Machine, painfully remembers that time. I remember that incident having an impact on me because I was very fond of my father’s work. I loved his colors, the imagery. I found what he did fascinating. My dad was engaged in artwork that was political in nature, it was part of the Chicano movement, part of history, Zack says. He was struggling to come to terms with his art and with what it meant to him. He was struggling with his own identity, his own persona and his own role as a Chicano. He was at a point of conflict. To see him struggle was a struggle for me. Rocha says he destroyed his work for religious reasons, taking to heart one of God’s commandments that says,’Thou shalt not make unto thee any graven image. And he didn’t want to have anything to do with artists. So, metaphorically, I had made my home my cave. I became a troglodyte. Two years ago, Rocha was forced to face the outside world after his father died and he was evicted from the Lincoln Heights home. He resisted when officers came knocking on his front door to evict him. They couldn’t open the door. I had a good lock on it. They were making all this noise, he says. As they were getting closer to opening the door, I ducked into a closet. They didn’t arrest me, but they got me out. He found an apartment in Highland Park and began visiting Arroyo Books. He later joined a writers workshop that meets there, and began reading books besides the Bible. “I picked up a brush again, ” Rocha says of last summer’s job, which was followed in the fall with a reunion exhibition of Los Four at the Robert Berman Gallery in Santa Monica. He realizes that he may have taken the Bible too literally and been mistaken in believing that my making art was criminal. Besides, he says getting back to painting–although important–is not as worthwhile as his present passions: writing and the photo exhibition “Reconocimiento del Pueblo Olvidado, ” or Recognition of a Forgotten People. He asked several Mexican American families to contribute snapshots, all bound by rich, cultural histories. Set to close March 4, the exhibition includes more than 100 photographs–vintage and recent–that cover Arroyo Books’ walls from ceiling to floor, by doorways, on a stage, between bookshelves, behind counters. He hopes to take the concept to other Latino communities. At the bookstore party, many contributors to the exhibit–also curated by Oscar Castillo and Juan Aguilar–hover near Rocha, a tall, thin man with dark wavy hair and piercing brown eyes. They are careful not to bump his walking stick that helps his wobbly legs, the result of an ailment that struck in 1977 and impaired his equilibrium. He takes baby steps toward a group waiting to shake his hand and chat. A few artists and guests familiar with his artwork–described by admirers as technically superb, delicate, colorful portraits of the barrio–hang on his every word. “These are the forgotten people, ” Rocha says, standing before a wall covered with photos that have brought families–and the community–closer and recognized the role their ancestors have played in Los Angeles. “I see the exhibit as a tremendous opportunity to show a facet of the Mexican culture that does not exist anymore, ” says Joe Vera, 53, owner of a graphics firm who provided photographs of the Mexican Players of Padua Hills, a dance troupe directed by his father, Manuel. For 41 years, the Padua Hills group performed in a theater located in a remote area along the foothills of Mount Baldy. Carol Jacques, a Los Angeles County Probation Department manager, contributed nearly a dozen photographs, several of her grandparents who immigrated to Los Angeles from Mexico in 1907, settled in the lush hills of Palo Verde–where Dodger Stadium now sits–and operated a horse-and-buggy operation along Olvera Street. “This is history not found in history books, ” Jacques says of the exhibition. “And this man, ” she says, standing next to Rocha, is a legend. Linda Vallejo, owner of Galeria Las Americas and a friend of Rocha’s since 1975, is pleased that he is painting again. He went into a very, very dark place 20 years ago. I wouldn’t want to go there because most people don’t come out, says Vallejo, who has two of Rocha’s drawings from the’70s and two recently completed paintings in her gallery. Beto’s descent and ascent has the material with which great work can emerge. Romero, the former Los Four member, says Rocha was an artist’s artist. Somebody your peers look up to and admire. It was wonderful to watch his hands work, he was graceful and fluid. His hands were a great gift. Romero says he always wondered how Rocha would survive not painting, because we were born to paint. If you deny your own destiny, you get into trouble. ” Now, Romero says, the challenge for Rocha will be “to stick it out. Has learned anything in his 20 years of solitude, it’s endurance, he says. In many ways the exhibit epitomizes his life, he says. “This exhibit is about explorers and their discoveries, ” he says, pausing for several seconds. He looks up, his eyes teary, his voice cracking: Like life, it is about sacrifice and survival. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “willsusa_utzeqm” and is located in this country: US. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada.
  • Size: 14 x 16 in
  • Region of Origin: California, USA
  • Artist: Roberto De La Rocha
  • Production Technique: Oil Painting
  • Framing: Unframed
  • Country/Region of Manufacture: United States
  • Style: Muralismo, Muralism, Chicano, Abstract, Mexican
  • Material: Oil, Canvas
  • Type: Painting
  • Subject: Abstract, Muralismo, Muralism, Mexican, Chicano
  • Culture: Chicano
  • Signed: Yes
  • Signed By: Roberto De La Rocha
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original

RARE Mid Century Modern Mexican Chicano Abstract Oil Painting De La Rocha

Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950

Rare_Emil_Kosa_Jr_Painting_MID_Century_Modern_Abstract_Expressionism_Large_1950_01_uwRare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950
Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950
Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950
Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950
Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950
Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950
Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950
Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950

Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950
No Reserve Fine Art Auctions. Overview : OIL PAINTING ON 1950’S MASONITE BOARD BY EMIL KOSA JR. NEVER OFFERED FOR SALE TILL NOW. I BOUGHT HIS ESTATE COLLECTION OF RARE UNSEEN ABSTRACT PAINTING. STORED OVER 50 YEARS SO COULD USE A CLEANING. ONE OF THE ARTISTS FINEST PAINTINGS ON THE MARKET. COUPLE SCUFFS OR BLEMISHES. Measurements : BOARD SIZE 30 BY 48 INCHES. FRAMED 32 BY 50 INCHES. Thank you for visiting!! Be sure to visit our store!!! New items every day! If possible, avoid PO BOX deliveries or tell your PO BOX provider you want to accept UPS deliveries. The item “RARE EMIL KOSA JR PAINTING MID CENTURY MODERN ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM LARGE 1950″ is in sale since Saturday, February 27, 2021. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “samuelcollection” and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped to United States, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, Belgium, France, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Mexico, New Zealand, Switzerland, Norway, Croatia, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica, Barbados, Bermuda, Bolivia, Ecuador, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay, Canada.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Region of Origin: US
  • Style: Cubist
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Quantity Type: Single-Piece Work
  • Painting Surface: board
  • Medium: Oil
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Features: Framed
  • Subject: ABSTRACT
  • Originality: Original

Rare Emil Kosa Jr Painting MID Century Modern Abstract Expressionism Large 1950

Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque

Victoria_Littlejohn_Rare_Mid_Century_Modern_Abstract_Ceramic_Plaque_01_rrjiVictoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque

Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque
Victoria littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque. 4 – 4×6 hand painted hand shaped ceramic tiles mounted on painted particle board. Beautiful design & colors. Overall including frame measures 24-1/2 x 18-1/2. Just acquired from a private fellow artists collection and 1st time offered. The item “Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque” is in sale since Saturday, November 28, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Furniture\Other Antique Furniture”. The seller is “newjerseyestates” and is located in Jackson, New Jersey. This item can be shipped to United States.
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Material: Ceramic

Victoria Littlejohn Rare Mid Century Modern Abstract Ceramic Plaque

MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare

MID_Century_Modern_Painting_Abstract_Expressionism_Landscape_Cubism_Listed_Rare_01_gtq MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare

MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare
Overview : KNUD HORUP OIL ON CANVAS. LOTS OF CRACKLE AS SHOWN. DATES 1950’S TO 1960’S. Condition : SOME CRACKLE ON MOST OF IMAGE. OVERALL LOOKS GOOD HNAGING BUT DOES HAV CRACKLE. Measurements : ACTUAL PAINTING 24 BY 27.5 INCHES. FRAMED 25 BY 29 INCHES. NEW ITEMS FROM COLLECTORS ESTATES FRESH TO THE MARKET AND NEVER BEFORE OFFERED FOR SALE. The item “MID CENTURY MODERN PAINTING ABSTRACT EXPRESSIONISM LANDSCAPE CUBISM LISTED RARE” is in sale since Monday, March 15, 2021. This item is in the category “Art\Paintings”. The seller is “samuelcollection” and is located in San Diego, California. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Mexico, Germany, Brazil, France, Australia, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Sweden, Belgium, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Austria, Bahamas, New Zealand, Switzerland, Norway, Croatia, Chile, Colombia, Panama, Jamaica, Barbados, Bermuda, Bolivia, Ecuador, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Luxembourg, Monaco, Martinique, Nicaragua, Peru, Paraguay, Uruguay.
  • Size: Medium (up to 36in.)
  • Region of Origin: Europe
  • Style: Impressionism
  • Listed By: Dealer or Reseller
  • Painting Surface: Canvas
  • Material: Oil
  • Date of Creation: 1950-1969
  • Features: Framed
  • Subject: Landscape
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: Original

MID Century Modern Painting Abstract Expressionism Landscape Cubism Listed Rare

RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed

RARE_1970s_Turner_Mid_Century_Modern_Wall_Mirror_Abstract_Op_Art_Wood_Framed_01_rayRARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed

RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed
RARE1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed. Good condition with scratches, scruffs and dent/chip on frame as you can see on pictures. H 37.5 in x W 37.5 in x D 2 in. The item “RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed” is in sale since Friday, January 3, 2020. This item is in the category “Art\Other Art”. The seller is “dav7893″ and is located in Lawrence Township, New Jersey. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
  • Item Width: 37.5 in
  • Date of Creation: 1970-1979
  • Style: Abstract
  • Type: Modern
  • Print Surface: Wood/Glass
  • Item Height: 37.5 in
  • Original/Licensed Reproduction: United States
  • Features: Framed
  • Color: Black, white & Red

RARE 1970s Turner Mid Century Modern Wall Mirror Abstract Op Art Wood Framed

Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE

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Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE

Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE
This is a very cool lamp. I was told this was a Majestic but I cant find any markings on this that says so. It has aging and wear and works beautifully. Taken out of the home of the original purchasers that bought it almost 70 years ago. Please see photos to determine exact description and condition for yourself. From bottom of base to top of shade is approx 69 inches. Is exactly as found. Original plug and wire which are still in great working order. Not all dried up and cracked. Thank you for looking. The item “Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE” is in sale since Sunday, July 4, 2021. This item is in the category “Collectibles\Lamps, Lighting\Lamps”. The seller is “thingsoftimepast” and is located in Craftsbury, Vermont. This item can’t be shipped, the buyer must pick up the item.
  • Brand: Antique
  • Pattern: Abstract
  • Type: Floor Lamp
  • Character: Atom
  • Era: 1950s
  • Manufacturer: Majestic
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern

Antique Mid Century Modern Majestic Z Floor Lamp 1950s Atomic Abstract RARE

MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl

MCM_early_David_Gil_Coop_Designs_Bennington_rare_Abstract_Stylized_Bird_Bowl_01_lb MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl
MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl
MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl
MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl
MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl
MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl
MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl
MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl

MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl
David Gil Coop Designs Bennington Mid Century Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl. Early Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl by David Gill. David Gil is a very well known ceramic artist of the mid 20th century. This is a abstract stylized bird bowl (looks like a chicken) by David. It is a rare, seldom seen form from his earlier period. Piece has 1 damage, 1 tip of tail feathers knocked off. Note last 2 photos for location. It has no glaze bubble or pops , no stilt marks. It is 5″ tall, 10″ wide, 4.38 deep. It has a beautiful spalted like green/blue & brown glaze. Collaboration was a driving force for him as he began his career in the late 1940s. The first phase was began in an unheated barn and was called Cooperative Design or Coop Design that is part of the mark on the bottom. Gil won many awards in the 1950s and work was exhibited internationally. He was still highly collected in the 1960s after he changed the name of the studio to Bennington Potteries. Please review full photos for you analysis of condition. The item “MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl” is in sale since Monday, August 3, 2020. This item is in the category “Pottery & Glass\Pottery & China\Art Pottery\Bennington”. The seller is “cbb333″ and is located in Staten Island, New York. This item can be shipped to United States, Canada, United Kingdom, Denmark, Romania, Slovakia, Bulgaria, Czech republic, Finland, Hungary, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Estonia, Australia, Greece, Portugal, Cyprus, Slovenia, Japan, China, Sweden, South Korea, Indonesia, Taiwan, South africa, Thailand, Belgium, France, Hong Kong, Ireland, Netherlands, Poland, Spain, Italy, Germany, Austria, Bahamas, Israel, Mexico, New Zealand, Philippines, Singapore, Switzerland, Norway, Saudi arabia, United arab emirates, Qatar, Kuwait, Bahrain, Croatia, Malaysia, Chile, Colombia, Costa rica, Panama, Trinidad and tobago, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Antigua and barbuda, Aruba, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Saint kitts and nevis, Saint lucia, Montserrat, Turks and caicos islands, Barbados, Bangladesh, Bermuda, Brunei darussalam, Bolivia, Egypt, French guiana, Guernsey, Gibraltar, Guadeloupe, Iceland, Jersey, Jordan, Cambodia, Cayman islands, Liechtenstein, Sri lanka, Luxembourg, Monaco, Macao, Martinique, Maldives, Nicaragua, Oman, Pakistan, Paraguay, Reunion, Uruguay, Russian federation, Dominican republic, El salvador, Ukraine.
  • Object Type: Bowl
  • Manufacturer: Bennington
  • Style: Mid-Century Modern Abstract
  • Material: Clay
  • Original/Reproduction: Vintage Original
  • Color: Blue

MCM early David Gil Coop Designs Bennington rare Abstract Stylized Bird Bowl

Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960

Rare_Brutalist_Abstract_Wall_Art_Sculpture_MID_Century_Modern_Atomic_Decor_1960_01_pyd Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960

Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960
ABSTRACT BRUTALIST WALL SCULPTURE! BLEND OF POLYSTYRENE, COPPER, BRASS! INCREDIBLE TEXTURES & COLORS! DIMENSIONS: APPROXIMATELY 39″ x 13″ This is a highly coveted example of sixties brutalist art! Here is a work that combines a very rare blend of polystyrene injection molded with copper and brass accents. The first mold casts the incredible shapes and textures and then it is cast again – this time in a mold which applies some copper and brass to the finishes of many of the sculpted forms! The result is a completely unique look that captured the appearance of direct metal work, but with a greater level of control to turn out exactly the appearance desired! We see shades of blue, green, copper/red and gold that all pop and compete with the eye for attention! This type of piece couldn’t easily be produced today, or back then, because it required expensive injection molding equipment and then the devotion of workers handcrafting the finished product with metal and polychroming. It’s in a class of it’s own and that’s why it is revered and coveted by knowledgeable mid century art collectors! It bridges the handcrafting world with the coming world of machine-made. An iconic example of mid century art & design! This is the finest piece of this type we have encountered! The visual, textural appeal of this piece is sensational! This would make a wonderful addition to your NY penthouse, Palm Springs atomic ranch or UK summer home! A Brutalist Masterpiece For Your Brilliant Interiors! The item “RARE BRUTALIST ABSTRACT WALL ART SCULPTURE! MID CENTURY MODERN ATOMIC DECOR 1960″ is in sale since Sunday, October 4, 2020. This item is in the category “Antiques\Periods & Styles\Mid-Century Modernism”. The seller is “gallery20th” and is located in Scottsdale, Arizona. This item can be shipped worldwide.
  • Sub-Style: Brutalist
  • Material: Polystyrene
  • Width: 39″
  • Original/Reproduction: Original
  • Featured Refinements: Brutalist
  • Color: Copper, Bronze & Gold Hues
  • Height: 13″

Rare Brutalist Abstract Wall Art Sculpture! MID Century Modern Atomic Decor 1960