Frank Salzman was a Brooklyn-based artist who worked mainly in sculpture, but had (productive) forays into painting and ceramics. Whatever the medium, his work was all unified by a distinctly modern sensibility, as if he were channeling the artistic essence of the 20th century. This handsome square-edged ceramic vase is almost a painting too—and definitely a mid-century modern one. No chips or cracks. Certainly more about being an impressive work of art than in holding any flowers, thank you very much.
13" H x 5.5" W x 4.25" D
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