Art Deco Arko Ceramic Family Sculpture *(#58670)
Circa 1928, by LuDuble, sand glazed pottery sculpture of a family of three, marked on the bottom. Height 15 1/2 inches. Note: The Arko studio was established by Alexander Archipenko in 1928 near Woodstock, New York, depicts a highly-stylized grouping of father, mother and son sand-colored glaze. Archipenko clearly considered this piece to be important, because it headlined his article on “The Ageless Art of Ceramics” published in the August, 1928 issue of “Charm, The Magazine of New Jersey Home Interests,” published by an arm of the Bamberger department store. Notice to bidders: Condition reports and additional photographs are provided by request as a courtesy to our clients, as such any condition report is only an opinion and should not be treated as a statement of fact. The absence of a condition report does not imply that the lot is in perfect condition or completely free of defects, imperfections, restoration, wear and tear, or the effects of aging. Capo Auction shall have no responsibility for any error or omission, additionally all lots are sold As Is and in accordance with the conditions of sale.
High Estimate $1200
Low Estimate $800