Ruscha Quadriga Plaque with Chariot, West German Pottery
MC-41     Ruscha Chariot Plaque   SOLD

Ruscha
                      Quadriga Plaque with Chariot, West German Pottery  Description: This marvelous Pop Art panel was made by Ruscha in West Germany around 1970. It features a chariot pulled by orange and blue horses that would stand out even in Oz. The background includes a copper-dust/aventurine glaze. 

Ruscha did a fairly wide variety of these large panels, usually with horse motifs and varying in quality of design and execution. All are stylized, but most are slightly less radical, which is not to say one is more fun than the other.

Form: 772

Dimensions: About 24" x about 14" high.

Condition: very good with just a slight nick on the upper right corner,
better than most of these large plaques.
   The hangers have pulled out slightly.  It's essential to make sure these hang even or with the bottom slightly farther from the wall than the top to prevent the weight from causing hangers to bend or come loose. Of course, all our sales are fully guaranteed.

Price:  SOLD

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