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Albi Calder
26" x 38"
$1,050.99
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Albi Calder-Alexander Calder-Premium Edition

Albi CalderBy Alexander Calder

$1,050.99
26" x 38"
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About This Piece
The Art
LithographbrbrPublished in Certificate of authenticity is included This print is a rare and collectable work of art As such it may show minor signs of handling aging or original printing defects It is guaranteed to be in very good condition or better To further inquire about this artwork please a targettop stylecoloref hrefmailtoFineArtartcomSubjectFineArtsend us an emaila

Premium Edition prints are rare and unique works of art - from original pre-war advertisement posters, to contemporary exhibition prints, to out-of-print and hard to find gems. Although not signed or numbered like a limited edition, they often appreciate in value over time due to their rarity and age. Because of the unique history of each item, premium edition prints may show minor signs of handling, aging, or original print defects. Unless otherwise noted, each print is guaranteed to be in good condition or better.
Product ID: 27206754792A
The Artist
Alexander Calder (1898 – 1976) was a monumental artist whose invention of the mobile tremendously influenced the art world. Mobiles are airy, hanging structures connected by wires and set in motion by the wind. Calder’s versions simply yet profoundly celebrated form and color, and the joy of creating both. A trained engineer, he became a freelance artist after attending New York’s Art Students League. Calder was strongly inspired by the spectacle and wonder of the circus, constructing entertaining mobiles often accompanied by music. Producing dynamic yet playful mobile sculptures, Calder dismissed the formal structures of art and redefined its infinite possibilities.