Dated mid century modern, this set of three tiles by Harris Strong uses cool tones of blue to create architectural scenes with intriguing perspective. The tiles are mounted to wooden plaques with a warm medium-tone finish to suit mid century modern stylings. Maker’s tag en verso.
About the Artist:
Harris Strong (1920-2006) was born in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He served as an Army cryptographer during World War II, studying chemical engineering at North Carolina State University. After receiving his degree, he studied ceramic art at New York University. His aunt, the owner of a greeting card company, inspired him to pursue a practical career in art. In 1950 Strong and his wife, Rosyln, founded Harris G. Strong, Inc. in the Bronx, NY. Strong found his niche in decorated ceramic tiles and grew the company with each success. In 1970, a fire destroyed the glaze formulas that had been developed over the previous 20 years. At that point, the company pivoted to concentrate on other wall decor, such as prints, collages, and paintings.
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