Doyle Lane MCM Studio Pottery Beads, Cobalt Blue 22
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Est. $10,000Aug 30
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Lot 0040 Details
Group of 22 ceramic beads by Doyle Lane (20th Century, California). Deep blue with darker blue speckles. Each measures approximately 1 inch long by .625 inches wide.
Good overall condition. All beads are unused, new old stock from the Estate of Doyle Lane. Doyle Lane was an African-American ceramist known for his innovative use of glazes, large-scale clay paintings and mosaics, vases, and beads. Lane's studio was the El Sereno district of East Los Angeles and he exhibited his work at Brockman Gallery in Leimert Park and Ankrum Gallery on La Cienega Boulevard, both centers for African American Art in Los Angeles in the Mid-20th century. With works in the collections of the Smithsonian American Art Museum, Los Angeles County Museum of Art and the Huntington Library, Doyle Lane's work is now highly sought by collectors.