Olga Fisch Art Deco Inspired Pencil-Lined Gray and Black Rug N11408 12'0" × 15'1" $24,000
This beautiful piece of contemporary weaving art is maintained in shades of dusty-gray and black. A bold pattern of the pile-woven Art Deco Rug has been created with use of outstanding motifs of helixes and spirals. A scheme contrasting with the setting contains various pencil-lined shapes. Some of them are filled with squares and wheels of pure black. The background dyed in calm and at the same time expressive color of fibers institutes the very special mood of the whole. This is a real treat for Art Deco lovers ready to decorate their interiors in a fashionable, thoroughgoing and creative way.
The turn of the 20th century brought a wave of changes that affected not only the sociopolitical field but all forms of artistic expression. It was then, particularly in the 1920s , when Art Deco – Arts Décoratifs – was born, a trend that combined modernist styles with fine craftsmanship and rich materials. During its heyday, Art Deco represented luxury, glamour, exuberance, and faith in social and technological progress. The style infiltrated the world of carpet manufacturers, leading to the creation of fabulous Art Deco rugs, ready to compliment the modern décor and Art Deco furnishings, unlike modern shag rugs from the previous era.
Olga Fisch Art Deco Inspired Pencil-Lined Gray and Black Rug N11408