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LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery
LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate - Signari Gallery

LOUISE BOURGEIOS 'Red Curve' (2008) Bone China Dinner Plate

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$250.00
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$250.00
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'Red Curve' by Louise Bourgeois, 2008
Based on samples from the artist's book Ode á l'Oubli, 2004.
10.5 Inches diameter.
26.5 Centimeters diameter.
12.2 x 12.2 x 1.6 Inches (box)
English Fine Bone China dinner plate, screen–printed with a vibrant red curve design.
Limited Edition (unknown edition).
Includes description card plate signed by Louise Bourgeios (1911-2010).
New in original custom box.

ABOUT THE ART

A beautiful fine bone china plate featuring imagery from Louise's fabric book, Ode à l'Oubli, a cloth book made up of collages and fragments of her old clothing and household items. 

Each plate design is sold individually, gift boxed with a postcard included. There are four designs in the series.

ARTIST BIO

Louise Josephine Bourgeois (1911-2010) was a renowned French-American artist and sculptor, best known for her contributions to both modern and contemporary art, and for her spider structures, titled Maman, which resulted in her being nicknamed the Spiderwoman. She is recognized today as the founder of confessional art.