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Mary Stoppert, Mano Lirio, 1983

Images of Mary Stoppert, Mano Lirio

  • A ceramic rendering of a flower resembling a peace lily has golden, spiked humanoid fingers in place of a stamen. Its stem appears to be made of a wooden paint brush handle.
  • A ceramic rendering of a flower resembling a peace lily has golden, spiked humanoid fingers in place of a stamen. Its stem appears to be made of wood.
A ceramic rendering of a flower resembling a peace lily has golden, spiked humanoid fingers in place of a stamen. Its stem appears to be made of a wooden paint brush handle.
Mary Stoppert, American, b. 1941
Mano Lirio, 1983
Wood, enamel, and lacquer
15 ½ × 6 ¼ × 6 ½ in. (39.4 × 15.9 × 16.5 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Restricted gift of Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Zimmerman, Phyllis Kind Gallery, and Illinois Arts Council Purchase Grant, 1984.17

Photo: Nathan Keay, © MCA Chicago
A ceramic rendering of a flower resembling a peace lily has golden, spiked humanoid fingers in place of a stamen. Its stem appears to be made of wood.
Mary Stoppert, American, b. 1941
Mano Lirio, 1983
Wood, enamel, and lacquer
15 ½ × 6 ¼ × 6 ½ in. (39.4 × 15.9 × 16.5 cm)
Collection Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Restricted gift of Mr. and Mrs. Martin E. Zimmerman, Phyllis Kind Gallery, and Illinois Arts Council Purchase Grant, 1984.17