Doyle Lane


Studio tile wall assemblage

Glazed ceramic and plywood
Appears unmarked
The panel comprising 157 studio ceramic tiles, posthumously arranged and mounted to a plywood backing
36" H x 73.5" W x 2.5" D

  • Provenance: The estate of Edward H. Fickett
    Jeremy Sessions Petty at NOHO Modern, acquired from the above 2014
    Private collection, Oregon, acquired from the above in 2017
    Private collection, Florida, acquired circa 2020
  • Exhibited: Palm Springs, CA, Palm Springs Modernism Show, NOHO Modern, 2016

    Los Angeles, CA, Los Angeles Modernism Show, May 13th-15th 2016

    Louisville, KT, KMAC Contemporary Art Museum, "Sarah Crowner: Clay bodies: Moving Through Ceramics," December 15, 2018-April 7, 2019
  • Notes: These tiles were originally purchased from the artist by architect Edward H. Fickett, who collaborated with Doyle Lane on similar wall assemblages during the 1950s/60s. The tiles were later acquired by Jeremy Sessions Petty at NOHO Modern and assembled as we have them now, in the manner of those panels originally assembled by Lane and Fickett, to honor the spirit of their friendship and collaboration.
  • Condition: Overall good condition. The wood with scattered scuffs, scratches, and nicks commensurate with age. Chipped loss to upper rightmost tile in upper right corner measuring 0.875" H x 0.325" W x 0.25" D.

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