Robert Lohman Signed Studio Pottery Sculpture


An abstract studio pottery sculpture by American artist Robert Lohman (1919-2001). This hand-built work features manipulated slabs of clay which bend, twist and fold around one another. The exterior of the work is primarily black, while the interior features a pattern comprised of blue lines and yellow and brown circles. Bubbles in the glaze at texture and visual interest to the interior. The piece is signed "R. Lohman" on the underside.

Robert Lohman was a painter and sculptor born and raised in Indianapolis, Indiana. At 22 years old, he was the youngest exhibitor at the Chicago Art Institute's American Artists Annual Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture. Soon after his graduation from Herron School of Art and Design, he worked as an assistant in the sculpture department at the Washington University in St. Louis. This professional experience helped him greatly in his graduate education at Yale. From 1949 until his death in 2001, Robert created both commissioned and private works, taught for ten years at the Indianapolis Art League, and showed his work at home and abroad.



8" x 9" x 9".

Condition notes:

Overall age appropriate marks, scuffs and scratches. Wear and minor discoloration on underside.

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