Leland, winner of MOMA’s Good Design award in 1955, later went on to assist Richard Neutra in the design of the Hall of Records building in Los Angeles, developing the large scale ceramic screen that envelops the building. His architectural sculptures have been shown along side Neutra, Noguchi, Calder, and Eames, in nationally recognized museums throughout the years, and undoubtedly into the future.
Truly a spectacular find of genuine modern art. This piece exudes the elegance and grace that defines the Modern era of American design. Circa 1951, its biomorphic lines are absolutely stunning and ahead of its time, yet it stands today as a timeless piece of art that will always be relevant.
The sculpture has been titled as a fruit bowl or centerpiece, and is in lovely condition. Please feel free to contact us regarding condition, or if you would like additional photos.
Dimensions: 9"H 10″×10″
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