Richard Blow with assistant
After the war, Richard Blow returned to his Italian villa and with the help of Constantino Nivola and Eva Carocci, he started the Montici workshop to create works of art in marble and semi-precious stones. Blow provided the subject matter for the works produced in the Montici workshop. Like his paintings, his stone masterworks feature figurative scenes, landscapes and geometric shapes. From wall hangings to tabletops, the workshop produced nearly 1500 works of the highest quality before his death in 1983.
Examples of figurative motifs by Richard Blow, sold at Wright in March of 2005: