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Kurt Larisch (b. 1913, Austria – worked in Mexico, d. 2009) mid 20th century geometric steel sculpture titled "Espiral". Signed and number IV/VII on the base. Old gallery label to underside of base reads "Espiral. Escultura en atero policromado". 20 3/4" H. 20th century. Biography (Courtesy of AskArt): Kurt Larisch was born into a family of third generation artists in Vienna, Austria in 1913. He was first exposed to art in his grandfather's sculpture studio and in the photography and painting atelier of his father. He established himself as a graphic artist and was one of the first in Europe to involve himself in the new field of animated film. He met his wife in Calcutta in 1939 and in 1947, with a daughter, the family moved to the United States and worked in New York. In 1970, he moved with his family to Mexico. He became one of Mexico's most celebrated contemporary artists (as listed by Amistad – magazine of the American Society in Mexico). CONDITION: Overall very good condition.