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Florentine mosaics and Richard Almond Blow
Richard Almond Blow
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|Statement||essay by Matila Simon.|
|Contributions||Simon, Matila., Blow, Richard Almond, 1904-|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination|| p. :|
|Number of Pages||21|
Lot Richard Blow, attribution. coffee table. c. , travertine with stone inlay, brass. 39¼ w × 23½ d × 15¼ h in. result: $5, estimate: $5,–7, Missing: Florentine mosaics. Rare, stunning, coffee table with book matched quartz top and bronze frame designed by the artist Richard Almond Blow circa 's. The table is marked Made In Italy with his Montici "M" studio mark. Richard Blow was an American artist whose Florentine workshop Montici produced the finest Pietre Dure during the mid 20th Rating: % positive.
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Biography Richard Blow The following is excerpted from the book FLORENTINE MOSAICS And Richard Allmand Blow", Essay by Matila Simon, Oregon State University Foundation.
Richard Almond Blow was born in La Salle, Illinois, on Februthe youngest of four children of George and Adele Matthiessen Blow. Richard Blow, a painter known for his revival of intarsia - a Florentine mosaic technique - died of a stroke in New York Tuesday. He was 79 years old. Blow's work.
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