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Ceramic Plate, 2005
Ceramic plate
12 1/2 × 12 1/2 in
31.8 × 31.8 cm
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APE
Alpha 137: Prints and Exhibition Ephemera

New in box.

These ceramic plates are hand-painted using the Italian tradition of Majolica, a …

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New in box.

These ceramic plates are hand-painted using the Italian tradition of Majolica, a technique that dates back to the Renaissance. They represent two works by Sol Lewitt: Lines in 4 Directions from 1984 and Curvy Blue Lines from 2005. The pattern for the latter was designed for a circular dance floor in Parco …

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Manufacturer
La Gioconda, Italy
Signature
Plate signed in original box.
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About the work
APE
Alpha 137: Prints and Exhibition Ephemera

New in box.

These ceramic plates are hand-painted using the Italian tradition of Majolica, a …

Read more

New in box.

These ceramic plates are hand-painted using the Italian tradition of Majolica, a technique that dates back to the Renaissance. They represent two works by Sol Lewitt: Lines in 4 Directions from 1984 and Curvy Blue Lines from 2005. The pattern for the latter was designed for a circular dance floor in Parco …

Read more
Manufacturer
La Gioconda, Italy
Signature
Plate signed in original box.
Ceramic Plate, 2005
Ceramic plate
12 1/2 × 12 1/2 in
31.8 × 31.8 cm
Bidding closed
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