Alexander Calder

Three Concentric Circles, 1974
Maguey fiber tapestry
74 x 98 in (187.96 x 248.92 cm)
Price on Request
Limited-edition of 100 embroidered in lower left corner Initialed and dated in embroidery "AC 74" lower right

According to Calder scholar Jean Lipman, “Calder tapestries are closely related to his gouaches, but they are much larger and are often more complex in design … The tapestry medium – like lithography and large scale sculpture – is an example of the successful collaboration with skilled craftsmen that has characterized Calder’s later years.”

Three Concentric Circles by Alexander Calder