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POP-670-70

Popova Czech Cubist Mirror | Beveled Antique Glass | Small

Mystical Czech Cubism

The Popova Mirror celebrates Czech Cubism's destabilized crystalline shapes and sharp points. Outside Art Deco's Parisian mainstream, the Czechs developed spiritual beliefs about the energy of things. You can see these ideas in vintage buildings sprinkled around Prague's city center. Their love of crystalline forms is explained by the belief that objects have an energy, which can only be emancipated by splitting the horizontal and vertical planes.

Splitting Horizontal and Vertical Planes

Centered around Prague, this underappreciated school of International Art Deco understood the significance of cubism's breakthroughs, which shattered 400 years of Renaissance perspective. This cool, dramatic take is tamed by refined, artisanally hand beveled glass. The makers use tons of quality processes to make these mirrors among the best on the market. Each piece is cut to size, beveled, heat formed, polished and mirrored for a precision fit with tight tolerances. Get the point.

Description:
  • 24w" x 3d" x 36h"
  • Hand-beveled antique mirrored glass
  • Mounted on wooden back
  • Frameless
  • Sturdy D Rings for Horizontal Hanging
The make of Indian prints is process driven. Use this guide to maker's Hindi/Indian Slang translated into English, to understand the natural dye block print process together with other general information.
Muslins were, likely, the world’s first luxury trades. Demand for their sensory qualities of airiness, softness and coolness on the skin drove exports all over the ancient world. Domestically, Indian muslins are regarded as an art form that rivaled the beauty and transparency of silk. In Rome and beyond, Indian handwovens were sold as ‘textalisventalis’ or ‘woven air’.