Kurt Schwitters Modern Art Silk Scarf
Wrap yourself or an art fan in the warm colors of our silk art scarf featuring Kurt Schwitters 1919 "The Worker's Picture" Collage.
- 100% Crepe de Chine Silk
- 7" x 66" (43cm x 167cm)
- Rolled, Hand Finished Edges
- Hand Washable
- Information on Kurt Schwitter and this painting included.
- Gift Wrap Available.
This Modern Art Silk scarf features an iconic collage done by German artist Kurt Schwitter in 1919. The college consisted of paint, wood, paper and metal on a wood panel. This work was created after the First World War from rubble caused by bombing. This scarf is made from 100% Crepe de Chine silk which has a light texture and soft sheen with a flowing drape. The edges are rolled and hand sewn, and the scarf is washable by hand.
Kurt Schwitters was born in Germany in 1887. He was a multifaceted artist who began as a painter but expanded his practice to poetry, drama, typography, architecture, and acoustic experiments, performance and what is now considered installation art. His greatest works were the result of his experiences during and after both World War I and World War II. The First World War inspired him to create collages and his Mertz works. During the Nazi invasion he was labeled as a degenerate artist and fled to Norway. When Norway was invaded he and his children fled to Scotland where he was considered an enemy alien and interned in several camps. It was in the Hutchinson Camp in the Isle of Man where he was most prolific and he schooled many other artists there. After the war he moved to London and remained in England until his death in 1948