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$3,800

Description

Hand-built, textured black clay vessel.
Based in London, British artist Emily Buck studied History of Art at the Courtauld Institute of Art. She majored in the ancient world which influenced her desire to create and rethink classical forms with a contemporary, sensual and feminine aesthetic. Emily creates elegant and unique hand-built ceramic stoneware sculptures, embodying the Female with a sculptural design aesthetic. The works in this series are named and inspired by the Greek goddesses. Forsyth is thrilled to be the first US-based gallery to represent her work.

Details

Artist

Emily Buck

Year

2020

Dimensions

44 x 10 cm

Material

Hand-built, textured black clay stoneware.

Condition

New, original work of art.

Shipping & Delivery

Shipping is calculated and charged after checkout. Emily Buck vessels are made in London and ship from Emily's studio. We use DHL for our international shipments. The average price to ship one of Emily's vessels from the UK to the US is around $300 (prices vary daily). Shipping cost includes professional crating and transit insurance. It does not include import customs duties and taxes which are approximately $60 and vary daily.

$3,800

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