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Paul Bogatay Ceramic Figurines, Mid-20th Century

Item Details

Bogatay was a well-known ceramic artist, working alongside other Cleveland School artists such as Edgar Littlefield and Arthur Baggs. He received his education from the Cleveland School of Art under R. Guy Cowan. Afterward, he was invited to teach at Ohio State University where he remained for thirty-six years. He co-founded the Ford Ceramic Arts in Columbus, Ohio, and was the recipient of many artistic accolades such as the Louis Comfort Tiffany Award, Fulbright Fellowship, Rockefeller Foundation Grant, and others.

Materials Ceramic
Marks No Discernible Maker’s Mark
Maker Paul Bogatay (Ohio, 1905-1972)
Period Mid-20th Century
Origin United States
Number of Items 3

Condition

- minor surface marks.

Dimensions

1.5" W x 5.25" H x 1.5" D

- measurement of largest figurine.

Item #

ITMG869202

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