A timeless little sea side village, a big boat in dock...the genius of C. Jere is that somehow the charming essence of this town has been captured in metal. It is clear that we are seeing it from the water and the town is built into a hill--their mastery of perspective and dimension is unparalleled. Though studio made, all C. Jere pieces were of consistently high quality, with subject matter translated to the medium so perfectly that you can't help by smile. Signed (twice); mixed metals, circa 1970.
30.5" W x 29" H (to tip of mast); Hangs 4.5" off the wall
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