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"Yellow Glazed Jeweled Ceramic Bowl 1950" by Beatrice Wood - $22,009 Well Priced
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  • "Yellow Glazed Jeweled Ceramic Bowl 1950"

    1950

    Beatrice Wood

    Sculpture
    Ceramic

    Size: 2 x 6 in  |  5 x 15 cm

    Edition: Upon Request

     
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    LISTING INFO
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    ARTIST BIO
    Hand Signed : Beato
    Condition: Excellent - pristine condition; only owner
    Purchased from : Gallery 2004
    Provenance : ID #146
    Certificate of Authenticity : Beatrice Wood Studio
    Beatrice Wood

    Art Brokerage: Beatrice Wood American Artist: b. 1893-1998. One of America's most famous ceramic artists, Beatrice Wood lived and worked in Ojai, California from the 1940s until her death in 1998 at age 105. Her trademark metallic "lustre" glazes are created by reducing the oxygen inside the kiln while at high temperature. The process is unpredictable, and Beatrice Wood often fired her pieces several times until she achieved an effect she liked. The simple, classic form and golden glaze make the Municipal Art Collection's double handled urn resemble an ancient treasure. Wood also created wry figurative works and humorous drawings. Her celebrated autobiography, "I Shock Myself," chronicles Wood's many adventures, including her involvement with Marcel Duchamp and the avant-garde in New York in the 1920s and her experiences as a follower of the philosopher Krishnamurti in Ojai in the 1940s.