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Marcador de metal con libélula de Tiffany

Marcador de metal con libélula de Tiffany

David Howell & Co.

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La libélula ricamente tonificada se inspiró en una pantalla de lámpara Louis Comfort Tiffany (1848-1933), forma de libélula , c.1910. Esta pantalla de vidrio emplomado colgaba del remate sobre la pantalla de la lámpara para proporcionar un escudo adicional contra la dura luz de las primeras bombillas eléctricas. El diseño, compuesto por muchas piezas de vidrio, revela un diseño sobrio y sofisticado que se puede imitar, pero no se puede copiar. En la colección del Museo de Arte Americano Charles Hosmer Morse, Winter Park, Florida. La colección del Museo de Arte de Chrysler incluye muchos ejemplos de libélulas en el arte, incluidos ejemplos de Tiffany Studios .
  • Marcapáginas de latón macizo; electrochapado en acabado plateado que no se deslustra
  • Aproximadamente 1½ × 3½ pulgadas (3,8 × 8,9 cm)
  • Empaquetado en funda de acetato, con tarjeta de procedencia
  • Diseñado y fabricado en EE. UU.
  • Marcador de latón macizo; Galvanizado en acabado plateado que no se deslustra.
  • Aproximadamente ¾ × 2 pulgadas (1,9 × 5 cm)
  • Empaquetado en funda de acetato, con tarjeta de procedencia.
  • Diseñado y fabricado en EE.UU.
  • Product type: Bookmark
  • Shipping Dimensions: 7.75 × 2.375 × 0.125 inches  (19.7 × 6.0 × 0.3 cm)
  • Shipping Weight: 0.06 lb (1.0 oz; 28 g)
  • SKU010009456 | 769022046617 | BKS4661

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Portrait of Kitagawa Utamaro

About the Artist

Kitagawa Utamaro

Kitagawa Utamaro (喜多川 歌麿; c. 1753 – 1806) was a Japanese artist. He is one of the most highly regarded designers of ukiyo-e woodblock prints and paintings, and is best known for his bijin ōkubi-e "large-headed pictures of beautiful women" of the 1790s. He also produced nature studies, particularly illustrated books of insects.

Little is known of Utamaro's life. His work began to appear in the 1770s, and he rose to prominence in the early 1790s with his portraits of beauties with exaggerated, elongated features. He produced over 2000 known prints and was one of the few ukiyo-e artists to achieve fame throughout Japan in his lifetime. In 1804 he was arrested and manacled for fifty days for making illegal prints depicting the 16th-century military ruler Toyotomi Hideyoshi, and died two years later.

Utamaro's work reached Europe in the mid-nineteenth century, where it was very popular, enjoying particular acclaim in France. He influenced the European Impressionists, particularly with his use of partial views and his emphasis on light and shade, which they imitated. The reference to the "Japanese influence" among these artists often refers to the work of Utamaro.

Kitagawa Utamaro in the Chrysler Museum
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About the Maker

David Howell & Co.

Since 1985, David Howell & Co. has specialized in the design and manufacturing of sophisticated, museum quality gifts, including metal bookmarks, jewelry, ornaments, and more. Found in 350 museum stores worldwide, founder David Howell says he receives inspiration for the 10,000 designs he's created from the thousands of objects in museum collections. Each piece has a unique story.

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