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Art Smith – at the Brooklyn Museum | This iconic design, the “Patina” necklace, (shown in past publications,) Smith is obviously referencing the modern artist Alexander Calder and his mobile creations. However, Smith took that inspiration and created a unique sensual and primitive form that embraces the neck of the wearer almost as a snake would hug the neck of its handler.

Art Smith "Patina" necklace in brass c. 1955 Art Smith's most famous design and a true icon of the modernist jewelry movement Fully marked and presented in excellent condition x 6

These Soviet Textiles Are Actually Propaganda Tools From The 1920s

When Soviet Artists Turned Textiles (Scarves Tablecloths & Curtains) into Beautiful Propaganda in the &