Emil Milan Segmented Dish in Cherry

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Emil Milan Segmented Dish in Cherry

1,400.00

$1,400

United States
circa 1960’s

Finely carved, freeform segmented dish in cherry wood, created c. 1960’s, by esteemed mid-century woodworker Emil Milan (1922-85). Trained at the Arts Students League of New York, Milan worked in the metropolitan New York area until relocating to rural Pennsylvania in 1961. His work is included in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian, Renwick Gallery, Yale Art Gallery, and the Museum of Art and Design. The present work is signed "Emilan/cherry" underneath.

Condition
Lightly refurbished; excellent condition with only very minor wear consistent with age and use.

Measurements
Height: 1.75 in.
Width/length: 18.5 in.
Depth: 9.25 in.

Specifications
Number of items: 1
Materials/techniques: Carved cherry wood

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