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In 1971, Vera Neumann traveled across Mexico and South America, gathering inspiration for her next collection which she called, "indian Spirit". She took inspiration from the local crafts, fabrics and art forms of the indigenous people she met along the way.
This amazing painting, featured in Susan Seid's fabulous book, "Vera: The Art and Life of an Icon," is a painting of a hand-woven "God's Eye" wand which Vera saw the Mexican people carrying on Festival days.
A mystical pattern is reinterpreted in Mod geometric terms. Bright watercolors of emerald green, persimmon orange, aquamarine blue and fuchsia pink pop over pure white silky fabric. A bold border of pink tailors the look, no matter how you choose to wear it. Strong hems in contrasting jade green silk hold the edge and reveal the quality of a Vera scarf!
Measures 26" square. Silk-screened by hand in Japan onto Vera's famous, groovy acetate - so silky, strong and with a fine, watery drape.
Excellent vintage condition... I dare say MINT!
Vera Paints Indian Spirit - Gods Eye Wands - a rare, famous, vintage 1971 Vera Neumann Scarf - MINT
- Vintage item from the 1970s
- Materials: vintage, fabric, thread, scarf, vera, native american, god, eye, ink, vera scarf, vera neumann, indian spirit, acetate
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- Ships worldwide from California, United States