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Huge Vintage Beatrice Wood Beato California Studio Art Pottery Charger 14.75" For Sale
Vintage Modernist Beato Art Pottery ChargerDescription and Item Information Up for sale is this vintage Beatrice Wood art pottery charger, tray, or shallow bowl. Please excuse the glare in the photos. This impressive piece is approximately 14 3/4 inches in diameter and 1 1/2 inches tall. Unpacked, it weighs a little under 4 pounds. This is glazed in shades of blue with areas of grayish brown. The glaze ranges from smooth to subtly textured, with a mildly volcanic, orange peel type texture. The back side is unglazed, with deeply incised, concentric circles around the slight foot. Brown felt dots are applied to the foot ring. This mod pot would be a super addition to an American studio ceramics collection.
This piece is signed beneath, "BEATO." It has illegible pencil markings, including a forner price. This piece is by Beatrice Wood (1893-1998), otherwise known as Beato; she is a well-known artist, listed on AskART and Vasefinder, with a page on Wikipedia as well. Per Vasefinder, Beatrice Wood was born in San Francisco, California. She began her artistic career as an actress, and became a painter after meeting Marcel Duchamp in France. Later, she developed an interest in ceramics. She had a studio in Ojai, California. Per AskART, Wood was known as the "Mama of Dada," having been associated with Duchamp, Man Ray, and other early Dadaists.
Condition The plate looks good overall, with light wear. Visible on the unglazed back side, there is a fine 3/4 inch hairline from the edge inward. I can not see it on the glazed front, so it does not appear to translate through the clay. There were approximately six very small (less than 1/8 inch) glaze flakes along the outer edge; these were restored and are not visible. There is scattered, fine crazing. The front has an area of minor pitting to the grayish-brown glaze. Please review the photos, and ask any questions you may have prior to purchasing.
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Huge Vintage Beatrice Wood Beato California Studio Art Pottery Charger 14.75": $1,500