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The Jewelry of Margaret de Patta

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Catalog for the retrospective exhibition The Jewelry of Margaret de Patta held at the Oakland Museum in 1976.

Margaret was born in Tacoma, Washington and raised in San Diego, California. Known for her modernist jewelry influenced by Bauhaus ideologies, her experiments with jewelry design first began when she made her own wedding ring. Margaret studied under László Moholy-Nagy at the IIT Institute of Design in Chicago, Illinois, and was a founding member and first president of the Metal Arts Guild of San Fransisco. Margaret tragically died from suicide in 1964, and most of her works were bequeathed to the Oakland Museum of California.

1976, English
Published by: The Oakland Museum
Softcover, 8" x 6", 72pp, b+w


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