Enamel on Copper shallow bowl by Edward Winter; abstract design in deep turquoise blue and copper; about 4-1/4" diameter x 3/4" high; fine condition; signed on bottom: "WINTER."

Edward Winter (1908-1976) is a very important figure in the history and art of enameling in the United States.  He studied at the Cleveland School of Art, graduating in 1931. Later he traveled to Vienna where he studied enameling and metalwork with Josef Hoffmann after which he became committed to enameling as his medium, executing designs in a modernist aesthetic.  Winter won numerous prizes for his beautiful and well-respected enamels and wrote several books on the subject of enameling. 

SOLD (item #E017)