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This wall sculpture was designed by Curtis Jere and produced for Artisan House, in USA, during the 1970's. It is made of brass, iron and copper and represents a boat in village and it's port. Curtis Jeré was the shared pseudonym of two artists, Curtis Freiler and Jerry Fels, who used enamel, brass, copper, and steel to create decorative wall sculptures. Fels and Freiler were brothers-in-law who began collaborating in 1963, sharing an interest in what they described as “gallery-quality art for the masses.” The two employed a variety of traditional techniques—such as enameling, pouring resin, and bronze casting—to create abstract metal works of clustered, modular shapes. The sculpture displays patina consistent with age and retains original signature, with no date.

Mid Century Curtis Jeré Brutalist Boat with Harbour Village Wall Sculpture

SKU: 725
  • Original Condition

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