Curtis Jeré Mid-Century Modern Metal Bandstand Wall Sculpture
Curtis Jeré (Artisan House, 20th/21st century)
Untitled (park bandstand with gathered chairs), late 20th century
Signed “C. Jeré” to the center right
Curtis Jeré is a nom de plume for the founding artists of Artisan House, Curtis Freiler (died 2013) and Jerry Fels (died 2008). The brothers-in-law founded the corporation in California in 1963 with the goal to bring designer art to the masses. The company was sold and is still in operation today in China.
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- sharp edges to metal scattered throughout, sculpture should be handled with care; artificial patination, tarnishing, oxidation, and slight bending to metal of sculpture; abrasions, scratches, scuffs, discoloration, and accretions throughout.
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