Tall Constructivist Sculpture by Johannes Hoog

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Tall Constructivist Sculpture by Johannes Hoog

8,000.00

$8,000

Netherlands
1982

Constructivist sculpture of intersecting planes of wood by Dutch artist Johannes Hoog, dated 1982. A powerful and impressive work that references De Stijl architecture, tribal art, Brancusi, and Alexander Noll. The sculpture, which looks strikingly different at different viewing angles, is set at a slight angle to the plane of the base, imparting an even greater dynamism to the almost figural work. A strong visual presence that can sit on the floor, on a pedestal, or on a sideboard. Hoog, part of the Haagse Kunstkring, studied at Vrije Academie Den Haag. Branded marks.

Measurements
Height: 42 in.
Width/Length: 13 in.
Depth: 11 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Materials/Technique: Shaped and joined tropical wood on a beech pedestal

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