Geometric Abstract Modernist in pink granite sculpture, 1960s


An intruding abstract sculpture in an abstract geometric shape. A playful interpretation of an open & closed volume, reminiscent of the works Fritz Wotruba Noguchi. It’s size and composition make the sculpture as a strong spatial presence. Handcarved out a stone, granite, leaving surfaces rough while others are plotted.

For this sculpture the artist choose the hardest of stones: pink granite. In this work the artist incorporated a negative space to create a composition that invite viewers to explore the sculpture from multiple angles. An idea he shared with Henry Moore who was known for his exploration of internal and external forms, a concept derived from his interest in natural phenomena such as shells, bones, and geological formations. The sculpture is in an excellent original condition Highly decorative item. Marked: unsigned




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| DIMENSIONS    h 30 cm w 23 cm d 8,5 cm
| PERIOD   1960s
| PLACE OF ORIGIN   Netherlands
| PROVENANCE   private collection, NL
| MATERIALS   stone (granite)
| CONDITION    in good vintage condition, traces of age
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