Artist/Designer; Manufacturer: Lucio Fontana (1899-1968)
Marking(s); notes: signed; date partially legible, probably reads 1954
Country of origin; materials: Italian; glazed and painted ceramic
Dimensions (H, W, D): 11"h, 7.5"w, 0.75"d
Additional Information: Though better known for his slashed canvas paintings, Lucio Fontana worked in ceramic as well, often incorporating similar motifs. Similar examples can be found in Paolo Campiglio's "Immaterial: Lucio Fontana Ceramics." Provenance: Private Collection, Paris, France | Personal collection of a 20th Century Design dealer, New York, New York, acquired 2003.
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very good, two tiny nicks to paint near top of slash and upper right (possibly inherent), some tiny nicks to back edges
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