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Op Art Silk Scarf for the Smithsonian, 1970-75

Design And Decorative Arts

Silkscreen on Silk Scarf

35.00 x 35.00 in

88.9 x 88.9 cm

Plated signed.

PRICE: $1,500
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    About The Work

    In the 1970s, when Op Art was the rage, the Smithsonian commissioned Richard Anuszkiewicz to create a series of silk scarves to be sold in the museum's gift shop. While the exact number of scarves produced is not known, they were done in a limit first edition (thought to be fewer than a few hundred), and once the museum sold out they were not re-issued. Today, they are highly sought after vintage collectors items. As the scarf is boldly signed on the plate on the front - it looks terrific when framed. It's wear-able and frame-able art -- also makes a terrific gift.

    Courtesy of Alpha 137 Gallery

    About Richard Anuszkiewicz

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    • Made in Japan

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