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Brooch (NANA), ca. 2005

Zamak, gold tone finished, nickel free (incised signature)
2 × 1 2/5 in
5.1 × 3.6 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
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Alpha 137: Prints & Exhibition Ephemera IV

This colorful, popular, long sold out piece with incised signature verso can be worn both as either …

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This colorful, popular, long sold out piece with incised signature verso can be worn both as either a brooch and as a necklace. A desirable piece; a delightful, whimsical gift.
.."The Nanas, large-scale and brightly coloured sculptures of women, were voluptuous goddess-like creatures. Triumphant and larger than …

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Signature
Signed in print on the back of the jewelry (Niki De Saint Phalle) and the clasp (Niki).
Niki de Saint Phalle
French, 1930–2002
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An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de …

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An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de Saint-Phalle taught herself painting and rose to artistic prominence through her colorful monumental outdoor sculptures of extravagantly voluptuous female figures. Early in her career, she became known for the abstract …

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About the work
Alpha 137: Prints & Exhibition Ephemera IV

This colorful, popular, long sold out piece with incised signature verso can be worn both as either …

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This colorful, popular, long sold out piece with incised signature verso can be worn both as either a brooch and as a necklace. A desirable piece; a delightful, whimsical gift.
.."The Nanas, large-scale and brightly coloured sculptures of women, were voluptuous goddess-like creatures. Triumphant and larger than …

Read more
Signature
Signed in print on the back of the jewelry (Niki De Saint Phalle) and the clasp (Niki).
Niki de Saint Phalle
French, 1930–2002
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An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de …

Read more

An enfant terrible ever trying to escape the bourgeois existence into which she was born, Niki de Saint-Phalle taught herself painting and rose to artistic prominence through her colorful monumental outdoor sculptures of extravagantly voluptuous female figures. Early in her career, she became known for the abstract …

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Brooch (NANA), ca. 2005

Zamak, gold tone finished, nickel free (incised signature)
2 × 1 2/5 in
5.1 × 3.6 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
Bidding closed
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