Collection by Kelsey Keith

Holiday Gift Guide: For the Art Lover

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Shopping for the consummate art lover in your life can be a challenge, so we took inspiration from a few of the 20th century's best artworks and paired them with their modern-day gift doppelgängers.

For fans of groundbreaking American fiber artist Sheila Hicks, take a gander at weavings by Minna ($250 as shown).
Artist Yves Klein created an eponymous shade of blue for his pigment-driven "monochrome" paintings and nude lady...
Josef Albers revolutionized color theory, and their is a multitude of ways to to tap into his legacy.
As the reigning master of minimalist neon art, Dan Flavin has made his career exploring the intersection of light and...
AbEx painter Barnett Newman's signature mark was the "zip," narrow strips of paint that demarcate color fields while...
We like to think minimalist maestro Donald Judd would appreciate the thin, clean lines of this brass bookend from...
Frank Stella's Protractor series comprises curvilinear forms derived from drawing tools.
Ellsworth Kelly, one of the American pioneers of abstract art, is known for blown-up, simplified, geometric shapes that...
Moving into the contemporary realm, we love Carly Waito's intricate paintings of gemstones.
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