An untitled Modernist Figure of a Horse.
The glazed stoneware figure of a stylized horse kneeling and with turned head, green and brown glazes on a buff-colored clay, engraved initials on the front right corner of the base along with a date of '33, an ink inscription on the base includes a date of 1947. Mildred Hammond was a Kansas City artist primarily known for paintings and watercolors. This appears to be the first known example of sculpture offered at auction.
Measures 6 x 6 x 3.5 inches.
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Very good condition. There are no chips, cracks, repairs, scratches or areas of heavy wear.