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Creator: (after) Alexander Calder
After Alexander Calder Jute 'Sun' Tapestry, 1974 Guatemala
By (after) Alexander Calder
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Extremely rare Alexander Calder jute tapestry. This is the 'Sun' design tapestry. Made in Guatemala, in 1974. Bon Art fabric label to upper left ...
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1970s American Vintage (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Jute

1974 Alexander Calder "Paintings / Sculpture / Graphics" Exhibition Poster
By (after) Alexander Calder
Located in Atlanta, GA
1974 Alexander Calder Vintage "Paintings / Sculpture / Graphics" Modern Exhibition Poster. The fine art lithograph print poster is published ...
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Mid-20th Century American (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Paper

Selection of Alexander Calder Lithographs
By (after) Alexander Calder
Located in Atlanta, GA
Selection of Alexander Calder color lithographs, French, circa 1960s. They are from the limited edition folio “Derriere le Miroir”, published by the legendary Galerie Maeght, circa 1960s. Please see our other 1stdibs listings for more Alexander Calder works...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Glass, Wood, Paper

Selection of Alexander Calder Lithographs
By (after) Alexander Calder
Located in Atlanta, GA
Selection of Alexander Calder color lithographs, France, circa 1960s. We purchased a group of these color lithographs from the estate of a couple that lived in France from 1951-1983. These are most likely from the limited edition folio “Derriere Le Miroir”, published by the legendary Galerie Maeght. Please see our other 1stdibs listings for more Alexander Calder and Joan Miro lithographs from...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Glass, Paper, Wood

Selection of Modernist Art Lithographs or Serigraphs
By Victor Vasarely, (after) Henri Matisse, Claude and Francois-Xavier Lalanne, (after) Alexander Calder
Located in Atlanta, GA
Selection of modernist art serigraphs or lithographs, circa 1950s-1970s. They are: 1) Victor Vasarely color lithograph, circa 1960s. It has been recently reframed in a clean lined bl...
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1960s American Mid-Century Modern Vintage (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Glass, Paper, Wood

Alexander Calder Exhibition Museum Billboard "Calder's Universe", 1977
By (after) Alexander Calder
Located in West Palm Beach, FL
Alexander Calder Exhibition Billboard "Calder's Universe" 1977 Lithograph signed in the plate lower right "Calder" A rare period piece made...
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20th Century American Mid-Century Modern (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Paper

Alexander Calder Lithographs
By (after) Alexander Calder
Located in Atlanta, GA
Selection of Alexander Calder color lithographs, France, circa 1960s. We purchased a group of these color lithographs from the estate of a couple that lived in France from 1951-1983....
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Glass, Paper, Wood

Selection of Alexander Calder Lithographs
By (after) Alexander Calder
Located in Atlanta, GA
Selection of Alexander Calder color lithographs, France, circa 1960s. We purchased a group of these color lithographs from the estate of a couple that lived in France from 1951-1983. These are most likely from the limited edition folio “Derriere le Miroir”, published by the legendary Galerie Maeght. Please see our other 1stdibs listings for more Alexander Calder and Joan Miro lithographs from...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Wood, Glass, Paper

Alexander Calder Lithographs
By (after) Alexander Calder
Located in Atlanta, GA
Selection of Alexander Calder color lithographs, France, circa 1960s. We purchased a group of these color lithographs from the estate of a coup...
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1960s French Mid-Century Modern Vintage (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Glass, Wood, Paper

Alexander Calder Jute Tapestry, 1975 Guatemala
By (after) Alexander Calder
Located in Los Angeles, CA
Extremely rare Alexander Calder jute tapestry. Made in Guatemala in 1975. Calder drew 14 designs for a rug or tapestry and a limited edition of each was ma...
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1970s American Vintage (after) Alexander Calder Furniture

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Jute

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(after) Alexander Calder furniture for sale on 1stDibs.

(after) Alexander Calder furniture are available for sale on 1stDibs. These distinctive items are frequently made of paper and are designed with extraordinary care. There are many options to choose from in our collection of (after) Alexander Calder furniture, although brown editions of this piece are particularly popular. Many of the original furniture by (after) Alexander Calder were created in the mid-century modern style in france during the 20th century. Prices for (after) Alexander Calder furniture can differ depending upon size, time period and other attributes — on 1stDibs, these items begin at $550 and can go as high as $78,000, while a piece like these, on average, fetch $750.
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    The American sculptor Alexander Calder is known as the father of the mobile, a moving artwork composed of delicately balanced sculptural forms suspended from the ceiling. On 1stDibs, find a variety of vintage Alexander Calder drawings and other sculptures.
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    The American sculptor Alexander Calder invented the mobile, a moving artwork composed of delicately balanced sculptural forms suspended from the ceiling. His mobiles were an innovative feat and initially used motors for movement, which he later abandoned for air currents alone. Calder was also a pioneer of wire sculptures. Shop a selection of Alexander Calder pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Alexander Calder’s artwork has found its home in many museums and art galleries around the world, including the Museum of Modern Art and the Guggenheim Museum. Shop a selection of Alexander Calder’s pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertMarch 22, 2022
    Alexander Calder is best known for his sculptures. He produced large, playful freestanding and hanging works in vibrant colors. Examples include Mobile-Stabile, Lobster Trap and Fish Tail and Flying Dragon. On 1stDibs, you can shop a selection of Alexander Calder art.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    Alexander Calder's mobiles were revolutionary because he largely pioneered the art form of creating hanging sculptures that were able to move freely in response to airflow. Calder was a prolific artist believed to have produced more than 22,000 works during his life. Shop a variety of Alexander Calder art on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    American artist Alexander Calder is best known for his work in sculpture, particularly his monumental sculptures and innovative ‘mobiles’ in the tradition of kinetic art. Shop a collection of authentic Alexander Calder pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 5, 2022
    The term ‘mobile’, which was coined by Marcel Duchamp, was used to describe Alexander Calder’s work, as Calder’s sculptures often moved with the help of motors or wind. ‘Mobiles’ was a French pun which meant ‘motion’. On 1stDibs, find a variety of original artwork from Alexander Calder.
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    There are several interpretations of how to describe the characteristics of Alexander Calder’s sculptures. Some say they are abstract, with life-like elements, others say they are flat, simplified shapes that intersect at opposing angles. See the magic for yourself — shop a selection of Alexander Calder pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 3, 2024
    Alexander Calder invented the mobile, a moving artwork composed of delicately balanced sculptural forms suspended from the ceiling. The revered American sculptor's mobiles were an innovative feat and initially used motors for movement, which he later abandoned for air currents alone. Calder was also a pioneer of wire sculptures. (He was a celebrated modernist printmaker, too, and while jewelry was a secondary métier for him, interest in his wearable art has accelerated in recent years.)

    For Calder, the fascinating moment of artistic alchemy comes sometime between his representational canvases of the late 1920s and 1931, the year of his first show of abstract sculpture. Moving to Paris helped spur his creativity, as it did for so many artists and writers. The moment Calder arrived, he began working on one of his most seminal pieces, Cirque Calder (1931), his delightful distillation of the circus into what are essentially three-dimensional line drawings made with wire. 

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  • 1stDibs ExpertApril 11, 2024
    Alexander Calder used many of the elements of art when producing his works. The American sculptor is known as the father of the mobile, a moving artwork composed of delicately balanced sculptural forms suspended from the ceiling. These kinetic pieces use color, shape and space to convey a sense of unity, and the form of the art allows it to interact with its environment. Find a variety of Alexander Calder art on 1stDibs.
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    Like all meaningful works of art, the mood that best describes American artist Alexander Calder’s sculptures is subject to interpretation. Common descriptors for his abstract work include “playful” or “whimsical.” Calder is best known as the father of the mobile, a moving artwork composed of delicately balanced sculptural forms suspended from the ceiling. Shop a selection of Alexander Calder pieces from some of the world’s top art dealers on 1stDibs.
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    Alexander Calder produced more than 22,000 works of art during his lifetime. The prolific artist made paintings, drawings, prints, tapestries, stage sets, jewelry and other types of art. Some of his most famous pieces include Cirque Calder, Josephine Baker (III), A Universe, Mobile (Arc of Petals) and Devil Fish. Shop a diverse assortment of Alexander Calder art on 1stDibs.
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    A “Calder mobile” refers to a moving artwork created by American sculptor Alexander Calder composed of delicately balanced sculptural forms suspended from the ceiling. Calder worked a number of jobs, including as a hydraulic engineer and draftsman for the New York Edison Company, before deciding to pursue an artistic career. He never abandoned his engineering background, however, applying his understanding of gears and moving parts in all his artworks, from mechanical toys like the Cirque Calder (1931) and his revered prints to his free-standing abstract sculptures, called stabiles. Find a collection of original Alexander Calder art on 1stDibs.
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    Alexander McQueen is a luxury fashion brand founded by a designer by the same name. The fashion house designs haute couture and prêt-à-porter clothing for men and women, as well as shoes, handbags, accessories and jewelry. Shop a large selection of Alexander McQueen on 1stDibs.
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    Artist Alexander Calder used primarily industrial materials to create his mobile, such as steel, aluminum and wire. With a background in mechanical engineering, Alexander Calader uses his education to build mobiles with seemingly impossible silhouettes that make for eye-catching decor pieces. Shop a selection of Alexander Calder work on 1stDibs.
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    Alexander McQueen left a lasting impact on fashion with his boldly artistic approach to his runway shows and designs. His daring collections and edgy silhouettes elevated the art form of fashion in general and continues to do so today. Shop a range of Alexander McQueen products on 1stDibs.
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    No, Alexander Wang does not own Balenciaga. Alexander Wang was hired to be the creative director of the brand in 2012 but he left that position after just three years. He does own his own eponymously named brand of men’s and women’s clothing, shoes, handbags and accessories. On 1stDibs, find vintage and contemporary Balenciaga haute couture from top sellers around the world.
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    Bumsters are pants that sat low on the hips, exposing the top of the buttocks. Bumsters caused a bit of a sensation when Alexander McQueen debuted the risqué style in 1994. Fashion journalists mocked the ultra low-rise pants, comparing them to what builders would wear. Shop a selection of bumster pieces from some of the top boutiques on 1stDibs.

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