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Chillida Dibujo Tinta 1957

Eduardo Chillida

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3.400,00€
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3.400,00€

A tribute to the work of the artist Eduardo Chillida, this model reflects the work process prior to his best-known work, the Comb of the Wind of San Sebastián.

Transformed into a rug, Drawing Tinta 1957 is an elegant composition in which the artist's unique stroke is recognized. An indoor rug hand-woven with New Zealand wool using the hand tufted technique.

  • Fibra

    100% New Zealand Wool

  • Technique

    hand tufted

  • Total height

    16mm

  • Density

    124,000 tufts/m2

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A tribute to the work of the artist Eduardo Chillida, this model reflects the work process prior to his best-known work, the Comb of the Wind of San Sebastián.

Transformed into a rug, Drawing Tinta 1957 is an elegant composition in which the artist's unique stroke is recognized. An indoor rug hand-woven with New Zealand wool using the hand tufted technique.

  • Total height

    16mm

  • Density

    124,000 tufts/m2

Fibers

100% New Zealand Wool

Typically, New Zealand wool is known to be the whitest, cleanest, purest and most natural wool in the world. Its softness is due in part to the altitude and the vegetation available to the herds. It is guaranteed to be cruelty-free.

Technique

Hand tufted

Manual process in which, thanks to a manually operated gun, curves and fluid lines can be made. High density and durability.

Cleaning and care

Tips

Vacuum frequently.

Clean stains with the appropriate solution before they dry.

Take the rug to specialized dry cleaners, if necessary.

Cleaning and care

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Eduardo Chillida

Eduardo Chillida was born on January 10, 1924 in San Sebastián. His work is present in more than 20 museums around the world, and exhibitions have been held in cities such as Berlin, London and New York.