Take center stage draped in our exclusive 100% silk “Nina” scarf. Al Hirschfeld is famed for hiding his daughter Nina's name at least once in most of the drawings he produced after her birth. We challenge you to find all of the 56 Ninas we included in our show stopping design.
Al Hirschfeld (1903-2003) brought a linear calligraphic style of performance portraiture when he made his debut in 1926. One of the most important figures in contemporary drawing and caricature, he influenced countless artists, illustrators, and cartoonists in a career of nine decades. His signature work made his name a verb--to be "Hirschfelded" was a sign that one had arrived. Among the hallmarks of Hirshfeld’s legacy are drawings of pure line in black ink, into which he dipped not a pen but a genuine crow’s quill.
100% silk; 14 x 58 inches (WxL)