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Born in 1924 and a preeminent ceramic artist who transformed clay into a high art form, California artist Peter Voulkos is known for his ceramics, but he also worked in graphic design, collage, decoupage, and printmaking.

Peter Voulkos was on the faculty of the University of California - Berkeley for thirty years. He was influenced early in his life by the work of Willem de Kooning and Jack Tworkov. His works are in many museum collections including the Art Institute of Chicago, the Whitney Museum, and MOMA in New York City. He died in 2002.

 

 

Title

Bas Relief Commemorative Plaque

Artist

Peter Voulkos, American ~ 1924 - 2002

Dated

1969

Signed

Unsigned, one of 500 issued to commemorate the opening of the Oakland Museum, California

Medium

Repousee Metal, Aluminum, and Injection Molded Plastic

Price

$1,200.00

Size

27" by 20"

Style

Contemporary Figural Commemorative Memorabilia

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