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Browse upcoming auctions and create alerts for artworks you are interested in. Filter by auction house, media and more. Flickr photos, groups, and tags related to the "Kaipiainen." Flickr tag. 2014-dec-24 - Bonnier News samlar de Bonnierägda dagstidningarna och företag med angränsande verksamhetsområden. Genom att värna om det fria ordet samtidigt som vi driver den digitala utvecklingen framåt siktar vi mot att bli Sveriges ledande mediehus. Harri Kalha: Birger Kaipiainen Helsinki: Suomalaisen Kirjallisuuden Seura (The Finnish Literature Society), 2013. 249 p., ill.
Around 1950, he began to create faïence (glazed earthenware) objects that he called “prisms”, which he decorated with Byzantine-inspired female figures. After a period in Sweden he began to experiment with sculpture, making models of horses and birds out of beads. How much is your Birger Kaipiainen worth? Research 36 Birger Kaipiainen prices and auction results in Home & Garden.
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African inspired wall sculpture. Signed KAIPIAINEN.
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Birger Kaipiainen 1940s Ref. 171214 Ceramic. Painted decoration with applied beads. Original metal hanger. Signed KAIPIAINEN ARABIA Produced by Arabia. H.10cm/3,9'' W.57,5cm/22,6'' D.49cm/19,3'' Make enquiry My enquiry list Share.
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After spending time in Sweden he branched out to sculpture, making figures of whimsical birds out of beads like the one in this lot as well as horses.
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Simultaneously, figures of human became less prominent motifs in his art and his work became even larger and more ornate. The Paratiisi mug by Arabia is adorned with Birger Kaipiainen's yellow-blue theme that gives a timeless, summery spirit for the abundant floral pattern.
The platter is decorated with a multicolored iridescent glaze. Ceramic beads
The foundation is glazed in black and brown with white and black and turquoise tiles and white, orange and turquoise beads. Signed Kaipiainen and R. Height
1887. Appraisal: Waltham Watch Co. Repeater, ca.
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Hand-painted decoration of flowers with applied ceramic beads. Artist. Birger Kaipiainen (Pori 1915 - Helsinki 1988) was a Swedish - Finish Ceramist and designer. He is one of the most successful and well-known ceramic artists in Finland. Kaipiainen graduated from the School of Arts and Crafts (later known as the Aalto School of Arts of Helsinki).