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Michael Frimkess (1937; USA)
10/23/2015 - Modern Ceramics and Art: Live Saleseroom Auction
Zuni Vessel
ca 1973
Stoneware; ht. 5, dia. 6 in.
 
A very important commissioned piece by the Los Angeles collector, Betty Asher. While only 6 inches in diameter, it comments on the LA Art Scene as it existed in the 1970s.  


Provenance:  
From the Estate of Betty Asher, Los Angeles, CA
Sold: $1,599.00
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