Frank Gehry

Canadian (1929)
Frank Gehry is a Canadian artist.
From records, the highest price paid at auction for a glass art work attributed to Frank Gehry (1929) was C$676 - paid for "L.A. Disney Concert Hall" at Maynards in Vancouver on Wed, Jul 10, 2019. has 2 auction art sale records for their glass art results, with prices in the range of C$500 to C$1,000.

Waddington's Auction House Biography and Notes

Internationally famed, Toronto-born architect Frank Gehry reminds us that he has an instinctual vision not only for architectural spaces, but also for creative design of any sort, when it comes to his sculptural endeavors. Although endlessly experimenting with new materials and gravity-defying shapes, Gehry recalls that his fish were ultimately inspired by his criticism of postmodern architecture for its over-reliance on the past. Gehry is also influenced by the sculptor Bernini and his marble folds. Yet here, he challenged his own comfort of working with delicate folds to instead work with the edgy, triangular scales of the fish. These scales are the most principal element in these softly glowing lamps. They bring a textured surface, which creates a tension with their radiant glow. Each unique and made by hand, Gehry’s Fish Lamps exude a quiet calmness, stability, and warmth amongst its surroundings when they are lit. They are truly a testament to Gehry’s innovation and recognizable style.

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