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Bruno Munari

Giallo, bleu, bruno a nord-ovest e Rosso a nord, 1950

Two embroidered tapestries
13 3/5 × 13 3/5 in
34.5 × 34.5 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
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Both pieces are embroidery trial proofs with the artist's corrections
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Both pieces are embroidery trial proofs with the artist's corrections
This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Fratelli Zibetti, Gallarate, dated 15 December 1990

a.p. from an edition of 200 examples with Arabic numerals, 20 with Roman numerals and 20 artist's proofs, published by …

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One example is signed and numbered at the centre, the other is signed at the centre
Bruno Munari
Italian, 1907–1998
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In his prolific, 70-year career, Bruno Munari became known for various contributions to art, …

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In his prolific, 70-year career, Bruno Munari became known for various contributions to art, industrial design, film, architecture, art theory, and technology—including an early model of the portable slide-projector. He liked to (falsely) claim that his name meant “to make something out of nothing” in Japanese. …

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About the work
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ArtRite

Both pieces are embroidery trial proofs with the artist's corrections
This work is accompanied …

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Both pieces are embroidery trial proofs with the artist's corrections
This work is accompanied by a certificate of authenticity issued by Fratelli Zibetti, Gallarate, dated 15 December 1990

a.p. from an edition of 200 examples with Arabic numerals, 20 with Roman numerals and 20 artist's proofs, published by …

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Signature
One example is signed and numbered at the centre, the other is signed at the centre
Bruno Munari
Italian, 1907–1998
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In his prolific, 70-year career, Bruno Munari became known for various contributions to art, …

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In his prolific, 70-year career, Bruno Munari became known for various contributions to art, industrial design, film, architecture, art theory, and technology—including an early model of the portable slide-projector. He liked to (falsely) claim that his name meant “to make something out of nothing” in Japanese. …

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Bruno Munari

Giallo, bleu, bruno a nord-ovest e Rosso a nord, 1950

Two embroidered tapestries
13 3/5 × 13 3/5 in
34.5 × 34.5 cm
This is part of a limited edition set.
Bidding closed
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