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Ed Moulthrop

Ed Moulthrop

Ed Moulthrop (May 22, 1916 – September 24, 2003) was a noted architect and professor, he is best known as a wood turning artist whose art helped transform the genre into a widely respected art form. He is recognized as the father of modern wood turning, and credited with moving wood turning from a simple craft to an art form. His vessels have become prized pieces of private collections as well as fixtures in galleries, museums such as the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, Chicago Art Institute, Renwick Gallery, Museum of American Art, Smithsonian Institution and the Boston Museum of Fine Arts to name a few. One of his pieces was even shown in the White House Collection of American Crafts.

  • $32,000
    Ed Moulthrop

    Sugarberry Ellipsoid

    Made by the legend himself, Ed Moulthrop, this massive turned piece of wood has been transformed through careful craftsmanship. It brings together ...

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    $8,000
    Ed Moulthrop

    Open Vase Form

    Made by the legend himself, Ed Moulthrop, this piece of wood has been transformed through careful craftsmanship. It brings together the beauty of n...

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  • $32,000
    Ed Moulthrop

    Tulipwood Ellipsoid

    Made by the legend himself, Ed Moulthrop, this piece of wood has been transformed through careful craftsmanship. It brings together the beauty of n...

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  • $32,000
    Ed Moulthrop

    Tulipwood Ellipsoid

    Made by the legend himself, Ed Moulthrop, this piece of wood has been transformed through careful craftsmanship. It brings together the beauty of n...

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