Ended SOLD SOLD SOLD Philip and Kelvin LaVerne Wall Panel
Sold by Practical Vintage
This is from Philip Laverne's collection that was auctioned when he passed
You can see in the photos that the panel has lifted in the corner
It can be easily glued like it was I just didn't want to do anything that a potential buyer would boo
This is pretty big for a PK Laverne wall panel
It is a stunning nude
Buy it here and avoid the high cost of an auction house
Abstract Brutalist Chinoiserie Modernist Signed Hand Made
"Philip and Kelvin Laverne are an American collaborative-design duo made up of Philip Laverne and his son Kelvin Laverne. They are best known for melding ancient Egyptian and chinoiserie motifs with uncommon techniques. Employing acid etching and patination, they antiqued and embellished decorative household objects, as seen in their (1965). Born in 1907 in New York, NY, Philip Laverne went on to study under the Ashcan School painter John Sloan at the Art Students League of New York. Kelvin Laverne was born in 1936 in New York, NY, he majored in metal sculpting and furniture design at the Parsons School of Design. In the mid-1950s, father and son began experimenting to create their first pieces. Philip focusing on the materials and decorative elements, while Kelvin laid out the larger forms and functional designs. Though Philip Laverne died in 1987, his son continues to produce works under both their names, as a testament to the legacy of their collaborative project." artnet
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