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Doris Hall

(American, 1907-2001)

and Kálmán Kubinyi

(American, 1906-1973)

Enamel on copper

Overall: 8.8 x 55.4 x 15.9 cm (3 7/16 x 21 13/16 x 6 1/4 in.)

Gift of the Trideca Society in memory of Robert P. Bergman 1999.153.b



Doris Hall and Kálmán Kubinyi, a married couple, were fixtures of the Cleveland art scene for many years-Hall as an enamelist and Kubinyi as a pictorial artist in various media. Toward the end of their careers, after their move to New York, they sometimes produced cooperative works, such as this punch bowl and ladle, which effectively demonstrate 1950s design in its most daring aspect.

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