Tapestry designed by Alexander Calder celebrating the Bicentennial of America. Woven at the Atelier Pinton, Signed, verso, Number 38 of 200
Dimensions : 150 x 100 cm ; 3 x 5 ft
Made in France, circa 1976
Tapestry from Aubusson in wool, hand woven
Signed by the artist at the back
Price upon request
Didier Marien's collection, available at Boccara Gallery New York
Alexander Calder (1898-1976) an American sculptor best known for his mobiles, a type of kinetic sculpture made with delicately balanced or suspended components which moves in response to air currents. “Sublimation of a tree in the wind” would later say his friend Marcel Duchamp.