Emerging Artist Enamel Pin

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Emerging Artist Enamel Pin
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Black nickel plated brass with hard enamel. Black rubber pin clutch.
The Whitney Museum of American was borne out of sculptor Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney's advocacy on behalf of living American artists. At the beginning of the twentieth century, unknown artists found it nearly impossible to exhibit or sell their work as patrons were focused on art being created by known artists in Europe. Recognizing the obstacles these artists faced, Mrs. Whitney began purchasing and showing their work, thereby becoming the leading patron of American art from 1907 until her death in 1942.

Inspired by Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney's spirit of philanthropy toward unknown artists, this black nickel brass pin with hard enamel, made exclusively by Pintrill, is part of our Emerging Artists series. Express yourself without saying a word!

Size: 1.17" x 0.53"
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Black nickel plated brass with hard enamel. Black rubber pin clutch.