Tuesday, March 22, 2011
Known mostly for his work with Rörstrand in Sweden, Gunnar Nylund returned to Denmark in 1959 to assume a short term position as art director at Nymölle pottery. This is an example of his atypical work made during this period with its Escheresque graphic pattern. The glaze has the most subtle glittery quality. A great but small work of art at 7" tall.
Posted by The End of History at 12:01 AM