Pair of Mid-Century Art Pottery Vases by Eduardo Vega

Eduardo Vega (South America, 20th Century)

Pair of Mid-Century Art Pottery Vases by Eduardo Vega

List Price $645

These stunning Mid-Century vases are signed and were designed by Eduardo Vega. They are the epitome of the Mid-Century style and infuse the iconic colors (grey-blue, green and a deep, rich red) and design of that era magnificently! The tallest of the two vases measures 11" tall and is 4.5" wide and 3.5" deep; the smaller vase measures 7" tall and is 4.5" wide and 3.5" deep.

WIDTH: in | HEIGHT: 11 in | DEPTH: in

Origin South America
Category Ceramics
Period 20th Century
Style Mid-Century

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CONDITION: These vases are in excellent condition; the tallest vase has a very small hairline crack (see picture for detail), however only noticeable upon close inspection.

THB REF: 8178342779


"Eduardo Vega was born June 13, 1938 in Cuenca, Ecuador. Mr. Vega studied from 1958 to 1960 at the Real Academia de S Fernando, Madrid, Spain and attended the Brixton School of Building, London, England, from 1960 to 1961 and went on to study ceramics at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts et des Arts, Paris, France from 1967 to 1968. Upon his return to Cuenca, a region with a strong pottery tradition, he created one of his most outstanding murals: The Land of El Dorado (1969; Cuenca, Hotel El Dorado). At the time, he was the only artist in the country extensively involved in producing ceramic murals. Some provide that his work incorporates international styles and bring together the vocabulary of Pre-Columbian ceramics and 20th-century pottery to create a very personal language."