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George Rickey

Hair Ornament, 1956

Silver with wooden base
4 × 2 3/4 in
10.2 × 7 cm
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Rumi Galleries
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This work is registered with the George Rickey Foundation.
This work is unique.
This work separates …

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This work is registered with the George Rickey Foundation.
This work is unique.
This work separates from it's original wooden base and can be worn in a persons' hair.
Unique pieces such as "Hair Ornament" were made for George Rickey's wife Edith L. Rickey as well as close family and friends. Few are …

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Signed by the artist on the underside of the base
George Rickey
American, 1907–2002
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George Rickey is known for abstract kinetic sculptures, inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobiles and …

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George Rickey is known for abstract kinetic sculptures, inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobiles and the geometric forms of Constructivism. “His work was in step with new sculpture trends toward abstract simplification,” wrote New York Times critic Ken Johnson. Yet, slight variations in air currents could make the …

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About the work
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Rumi Galleries
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This work is registered with the George Rickey Foundation.
This work is unique.
This work separates …

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This work is registered with the George Rickey Foundation.
This work is unique.
This work separates from it's original wooden base and can be worn in a persons' hair.
Unique pieces such as "Hair Ornament" were made for George Rickey's wife Edith L. Rickey as well as close family and friends. Few are …

Read more
Signature
Signed by the artist on the underside of the base
George Rickey
American, 1907–2002
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George Rickey is known for abstract kinetic sculptures, inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobiles and …

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George Rickey is known for abstract kinetic sculptures, inspired by Alexander Calder’s mobiles and the geometric forms of Constructivism. “His work was in step with new sculpture trends toward abstract simplification,” wrote New York Times critic Ken Johnson. Yet, slight variations in air currents could make the …

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George Rickey

Hair Ornament, 1956

Silver with wooden base
4 × 2 3/4 in
10.2 × 7 cm
This is a unique work.
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