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Important Early Ceramic Sculpture by Artist Phyllis Hammond
Large ceramic work with decorative inlay in a smoother, blue and white curvilinear clay detail. From artist Phyllis Hammond’s early 1970s “Container” series in which she created sculptures of people inside of various vessels or “containers”. Not intended for use as a vase – both ends of the piece are open. Signed “Hammond”. Artist Phyllis Hammond was the first American woman to work and study at the Kyoto City College of Fine Arts in Kyoto, Japan. Hammond returned to NY to establish a studio in Scarborough, until 1998. Since 1999 she has lived and worked in Springs, East Hampton, New York.
|Creator||Phyliss Hammond (Artist)|
|Country of Origin||United States|