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Lot 10: Dan Dailey (b. 1947) for DAUM FRANCE 'LE VENT', A PATE-DE-VERRE SCULPTUREPlatinum House
December 9, 2012
Bangalore, IndiaLive Auction
Dan Dailey (b. 1947) for DAUM FRANCE
'LE VENT', A PATE-DE-VERRE
12 x 25.50 x 3.5 (depth) in
There is a slight chip on the left side of the
base, near the signature
Dan Dailey is an American artist whose career in
glass has spanned more than 40 years. Emerging
from the Studio Glass movement initiated by
Harvey Littleton, Dailey's work has branched
out from the mainstream by the incorporation of
metal into many of the sculptures. Additionally,
he has worked with several glass companies, in
particular as an independent artist / designer for
Crisallerie Daum, France for more than twenty
years. He has taught at many glass programs and
is a professor at the Massachusetts College of
Art where he founded the glass program. Since
1971, Dailey's work has been featured in more
than 90 exhibitions and included in over 300
juried or invitational group shows.
The work here is a beautiful limited-edition
sculpture molded in the form of a female nude
in butterscotch, executed in 1986.
Signed in the mold DAUM FRANCE and with
artist's signature, engraved 95/150.
From a private collector in Mumbai who
purchased it in Paris in the late 1980's
Artist or Maker: Dan Dailey (b. 1947)