Wooden doll Alexander Girard N°8 - Vitra
Wooden reproduction of a work by the American artist Sandro, a female character with his ribbon, his face marking astonishment.
Alexander Girard's Wooden Dolls are a large family of wooden figures depicting human and animal characters. Girard designed them in 1952 for his own use as decorative objects in his house in Santa Fe. These originals, which are part of the Girard estate in the collections of the Vitra Design Museum, have served as models for the current reissues. Faithfully reproduced down to the last detail, the Wooden Dolls with their very different characters are still manufactured and painted by hand today, just like the original versions of Alexander Girard. And even if they are only distinguished by small details, each wooden figurine is a unique, individual, truly unique product in the world.
Solid fir tree, hand painted
Delivered in a valuable printed wooden box with brochure.
- Museum :
- Musée national Picasso-Paris
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