Signed Mid-Century Monumental Hivo G. Van Teal Cityscape Lucite Sculpture

Hivo G. Van Teal (United States, 20th Century)

Signed Mid-Century Monumental Hivo G. Van Teal Cityscape Lucite Sculpture

List Price $1,295

This appears to be from Van Teal's prism collection which many describe some of this collection as Lucite which has been formed to look like a collection of shining crystals. This magnificent, abstract cityscape sculpture by Hivo G. Van Teal has been formed to appear as if multiple pyramid shaped spires are rising into the horizon. This beautiful piece is made entirely of clear Lucite and is in excellent condition. This could be treasured as a part of your Mid-Century home for years to come! It measures 18” high, 18” wide and 13.5” deep.

WIDTH: 18 in | HEIGHT: 18 in | DEPTH: 13½ in

Origin United States
Category Sculptures
Period 20th Century
Style Mid-Century
ConditionVery good

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"We have personally collected Van Teal's work for years - the energy of his work is palpable! He is up-and-coming in the appreciation that is developing for his beautiful, Mid-century sculptures. Among his other collections, you can find Lucite lamps and recently we've been able to acquire some wonderful pottery pieces which are very rare to find. Mr. Van Teal immigrated from Cuba and began his journey into Lucite and lighting in 1974 opening his first studio in Miami. Today, Van Teal. Inc. remains a family-owned business and is still inspiring us with his innovative designs."