René Roubícek. Sculpture "Martian" 1959.
René Roubícek. Sculpture "Martian" 1959.
René Roubícek. Sculpture "Martian" 1959.
René Roubícek. Sculpture "Martian" 1959.
René Roubícek. Sculpture "Martian" 1959.
René Roubícek. Sculpture "Martian" 1959.
René Roubícek. Sculpture "Martian" 1959.
René Roubícek. Sculpture "Martian" 1959.

René Roubícek. Sculpture "Martian" 1959.

  • René Roubícek is another Czech artist who disguised his obvious interest in abstract art in glass design. Like Jirí Harcuba, Roubícek used glass as expressively as possible. While Harcuba focused on engraved decoration, Roubícek experimented with the actual form of the glass, creating shapes that look spontaneous but are actually very difficult to make.
  • Same in blue Collection of The Corning Museum of Glass (Gift of The Steinberg Foundation)
  • Glasobjekt "Marsbewohner"
  • High: ca. 25,5 cm
  • Perfect condition, label from the sample-room of Pauly Vencie
  • Literature: 1. Sabine Lutzeier, Modernes Glas, 1920 bis 1990, Battenberg Verlag Augsburg 1993, page 187
  • 2. Modernes Böhmisches Glas, Artia Praha, 1963, pages 82 and 83

 



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