Playing cards | Hilma af Klint
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Hilma af Klint was a Swedish artist known for her abstract artworks, many featuring bold colours, geometric, and free form shapes, were created as visual representations of Klint's spiritual experiences. These avant-garde works are now widely considered to be among the first pieces of the Abstract art movement.
These playing cards feature Klint's dynamic artwork Group X, No.1, Altarpiece created in 1915 and is now renowned as one of the most significant abstract artworks produced.
54 playing cards
Flip top box with magnetic closure
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