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Wall Crucifix in Glazed Ceramic, Black, Made in Belgium, Belgium 1950s

450.00
Wall Crucifix in Glazed Ceramic, Black, Made in Belgium, Belgium 1950s
Wall Crucifix in Glazed Ceramic, Black, Made in Belgium, Belgium 1950s
Wall Crucifix in Glazed Ceramic, Black, Made in Belgium, Belgium 1950s

Wall Crucifix in Glazed Ceramic, Black, Made in Belgium, Belgium 1950s

450.00

Nearly 13 inch tall wall crucifix in ceramic, made in Belgium in 1950s. Hand-painted in black over earthy orange clay. Modernist and brutalist, outsider-art like christ with charismatic lines and overly bent neck. The visionary all black piece is highlighted solely by dark reflections.

DIMENSIONS

12.75 in. H x 5 in. W x 0.5 in. D

32 cm H x 13 cm W x 1 cm D

This crucifix would fit perfectly in a Le Corbusier building, a clear bright loft or a sunny countryside cabin or doorstep. It's raw honesty designates it to both the wild nature and the minimal city home.

This piece is part of a 69 piece ceramic crucifix collection, all made in Belgium between the 1950 and late 1970s. From modernism to brutalism, they range from being as futurist as a modernist church to as raw as a Brutalist building. Each artist offered a different take on the representation of faith through volumes and colors. The 69 piece collection offers great choice to compose a custom wall of modernist crucifixes.

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Nearly 13 inch tall wall crucifix in ceramic, made in Belgium in 1950s. Hand-painted in black over earthy orange clay. Modernist and brutalist, outsider-art like christ with charismatic lines and overly bent neck. The visionary all black piece is highlighted solely by dark reflections.

DIMENSIONS

12.75 in. H x 5 in. W x 0.5 in. D

32 cm H x 13 cm W x 1 cm D

This crucifix would fit perfectly in a Le Corbusier building, a clear bright loft or a sunny countryside cabin or doorstep. It's raw honesty designates it to both the wild nature and the minimal city home.

This piece is part of a 69 piece ceramic crucifix collection, all made in Belgium between the 1950 and late 1970s. From modernism to brutalism, they range from being as futurist as a modernist church to as raw as a Brutalist building. Each artist offered a different take on the representation of faith through volumes and colors. The 69 piece collection offers great choice to compose a custom wall of modernist crucifixes.