Sat, Aug 8, 2015 11:00AM EDT - Sun, Aug 9, 2015 11:00AM EDT
Cuban, circa 1986. Modernist style polished brass floor sculpture, double sided, by artist Ramon Lago (20th/21st) in geometric streamline and segmented form depicting two tiers of semi elliptical and rectilinear shapes. Mounted onto a rectangular base, inscribed R. Lago, '86. Approximate height 44.5", width 14.5", depth 10.5". Note: Ramon Lago is a well-known, respected artist and sculptor whose works have been exhibited both nationally and internationally. Mr. Lago was born in Cuba and brought to the United States of America at an early age. He lived in Pennsylvania for over twenty years and studied at the Newark School of Fine Arts, The Arts Students’ League and The National Academy of Design in New York City. He owned and operated a casting studio and taught at Cooper Union in New York City. He has received many prestigious awards for his craft and creativity and earned wide recognition as a master sculptor for his extensive technical knowledge and expertise. Collections of his artwork and monuments are located throughout the Northeast, mainly New York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania, and in the Southeast in Florida. Much of his work is privately collected by art connoisseurs throughout the United States, Canada and in Europe.
Overall very good condition. There are areas of oxidation or minor surface corrosion commensurate with age.