Cubist Nude PanelArtist: Strong, Harris
Time Period: Circa 1950s
Dimensions: 31.5" high x 7" wide
Type of Work: Ceramic
Price: 1,150 Plus shipping and insurance
Harris Strong was, indisputably, the most ambitious and important tile craftsman that America produced in the post-World War II era. First in the Bronx and later in Maine, he supervised a workshop that produced thousands of murals, each composed of multiple tiles, brilliantly glazed and often mounted on hardwood panels. Some of Strong's output -- such as New York skylines and French street scenes -- became somewhat predictable, but some works -- such as this cubist nude clearly inspired by Picasso and Brancusi -- were remarkable in conception and execution.
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