Åke Holm ceramic wall plaque with four abstract figures. Signed on the bottom underside and also on the back.
Good condition. There are two tiny glaze chips on one side of the wall plaque. These are not visible from the front when it is hung on the wall. Priced as described.
Åke Holm (1900-80) was an artist and ceramicist based at Hoganas, Sweden. He often used biblical themes in his work but with a distinct modernist styling. His work is starting to get the recognition it deserves for its distinctive style. His monumetal stoneware sculptures of figures from the Bible as well as his wall plaques are now recognisd as some of the finest ceramics produced in Sweden in the second half of the Twentieth Century. There is a museum in Hoganas, Sweden that holds a large collection of his work donated by the artist.
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