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Hugh Findletar

Primitive Yoyo
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

PatOOK II
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Gold

PatOOK II
H 20.08 in W 17.33 in D 9.06 in
MaCa MaCa
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Gold

MaCa MaCa
H 21.26 in W 13.39 in D 10.24 in
Giorgio
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Gold

Giorgio
H 21.66 in W 11.82 in D 9.85 in
FishieZ ochre-silver
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Gold

FishieZ ochre
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Gold

FishieZ black-glass
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Gold

Horsehead
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Horsehead
H 18.12 in W 20.48 in D 6.3 in
Margaret Cup
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Margaret Cup
H 20.48 in W 11.82 in D 7.88 in
Auntie B
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Gold

Auntie B
H 19.3 in W 11.82 in D 10.24 in
Horsehead
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Horsehead
H 16.54 in W 15.75 in
ANONYMa
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

ANONYMa
H 20.48 in W 11.82 in D 7.88 in
Giorgio
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Giorgio
Giorgio
H 21.66 in W 11.82 in D 9.85 in
Primitive II
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Primitive II
H 19.69 in W 11.82 in D 7.88 in
Blue FLOWERheadZ
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Blue FLOWERheadZ
Blue FLOWERheadZ
H 20.08 in W 11.82 in D 9.06 in

Recent Sales

Hugh Findletar "Candy" Vase, 2013
Located in LOS ANGELES, CA
Photographer by profession with a particular interest in portraiture, Hugh Findletar is naturally
Category

21st Century and Contemporary Italian Vases

Materials

Blown Glass

Hugh Findletar "Candy" Vase, 2013
Hugh Findletar "Candy" Vase, 2013
H 19 in W 12 in D 13 in
Hugh Findletar "Dorothy" Vase
Located in LOS ANGELES, CA
Photographer Hugh Findeltar, fueled by his passion for the language of flowers and such
Category

20th Century Italian Vases

Materials

Murano Glass

Hugh Findletar "Dorothy" Vase
Hugh Findletar "Dorothy" Vase
H 19 in W 11 in D 7 in
Sara N
Located in Miami Beach, FL
Hugh Findletar is perhaps best known for his bustlike vases, which he calls "flowerheadz." They are
Category

2010s Figurative Sculptures

Materials

Glass

Sara N
H 19.69 in W 11.82 in D 7.88 in
Hugh Findletar Iké Vase
Located in LOS ANGELES, CA
Photographer Hugh Findeltar, fueled by his passion for the language of flowers and such
Category

20th Century Italian Vases

Materials

Murano Glass

Hugh Findletar Iké Vase
Hugh Findletar Iké Vase
H 21.5 in W 8 in D 12 in
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