Venetia´s Bird of Carnival
Cubism is an early 20th-century revolutionary art movement pioneered by the Spanish Pablo Picasso, and the French Georges Braque, who arrived at one of the most remarkable artistic discoveries. They based their vision on the principle that the basic body shape is a cube; therefore, a work of art composed of geometric shapes derived from a cube is more impressive and richer in content. Cubist paintings never cease to excite, irritate and provoke people. To this day, they are disturbed by their difficulty and poor comprehensibility.
Perhaps, it is precisely where G. Barque's quotation applies - There is only one valuable thing in art: the thing you cannot explain.
A tribute to Cubism – that is our handbag model 471. Elegant and timeless. Sharp, clean edges and rectangular shape. Unlike the original bland colors of Cubism, our color compositions tend to whirl in the vibrant colors of flamenco and sevillanas. All we create, we create with passion.
You cannot explain the Bambas Art style – You have to live it
Model 471 is an exquisite handbag to carry in hand or over the shoulder. The tradition of Czech Cubism inspires the shape of this particular bag. Zippered closure, the interior side zip pocket, an open compartment, a phone compartment, and a carabiner strap for hanging keys or securing a wallet. The round-shaped holders have a length of 73 cm. A characteristic feature of all Bambas Art handbags is their handles. While attached to the artistic part of the body, they always complement the color composition of the given area and thus become an inseparable part extending the art design. No counterfeit attempts would feature the same treatment — A handle as proof of authenticity.
Width: 31 cm Height: 32 cm Depth: 10 cm
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