Chillida Figura Humana 1948 Rug

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Designed by:  Eduardo Chillida
Manufactured by:  Nanimarquina

Hand knotted rug created with 100% New Zealand wool.  The artwork of Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002) currently represents one of the greatest accomplishments of the arts in the late 20th century.  Nanimarquina created the Chillida collection based on a chronological selection of his work, from 1948 through 1994.  All this work has been accurately translated into rugs.  All of them are handmade using various techniques and different materials, to give texture and show the essence of his work and provide desired value.  Manufactured by Nanimarquina.

6'7" W, 9'7" D
Approximate height 15mm.

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Designed by:  Eduardo Chillida
Manufactured by:  Nanimarquina

Hand knotted rug created with 100% New Zealand wool.  The artwork of Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002) currently represents one of the greatest accomplishments of the arts in the late 20th century.  Nanimarquina created the Chillida collection based on a chronological selection of his work, from 1948 through 1994.  All this work has been accurately translated into rugs.  All of them are handmade using various techniques and different materials, to give texture and show the essence of his work and provide desired value.  Manufactured by Nanimarquina.

6'7" W, 9'7" D
Approximate height 15mm.

Nanimarquina

The contemporary rug collections by acclaimed designer Nani Marquina are distinct and inspired. From her Nomad collection, woven with ultra-soft Ghazni wool from Afghanistan’s native sheep, to the playful and colorful designs of the Sybilla collection, each piece is thoughtfully crafted to make an artistic statement.

Nanimarquina rugs serve both to enhance existing décor and act as foundational statement pieces. Many of her designs feature intentionally imperfect shapes and lines, as often found in nature, conveying freedom and self-expression. The designer plays with texture to create floor coverings that are as visually captivating as they are tactile.

Eduardo Chillida

Eduardo Chillida (1924-2002) was born in San Sebastian, Spain. He began his career in Paris as a sculptor. After moving back to his native country, he starting to work with iron – this would lead to some of his most prominent works. Chillida’s sculptures are displayed in more than 20 museums around the world and 40 pieces have been erected in public spaces ranging from Tehran, Iran, to Lund, Sweden. In addition to these works, he also designed rugs manufactured by Nanimarquina. In an interview with the International Sculpture Center, Chillida said “I work to know, because I want to learn and to solve problems in art. I don't look back. For me, there are many questions, perhaps impossible to understand. This is my motivation, my driving force. The questions, the things I don't know, are the basis of my work and my life.” Over the course of his career, Eduardo Chillida was accorded several prestigious honors, including the Grand Prize for Sculpture, Carnegie Prize for Sculpture, and Praemium Imperiale from the Japan Art Association.