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New Wave (10)
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Desert Gabbeh (2)
Enchanted Shag (2)
Lil Mo Hipster (5)
Lil Mo Whimsy (17)
The New Wave rugs collection from Momeni includes many contemporary rugs inspired by modern artists like Piet Mondrian and Gustav Klimt, among others. Art lovers in particular will enjoy decorating with these rugs, bringing a touch of these artists' work into their homes. One art movement that the New Wave line draws upon is the Vienna Secession, a movement of the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Gustav Klimt was one of the best-known artists in this movement, and his works have a clear influence on several of the brand's rugs. His preference for rich, gold backgrounds and busy geometric patterns is reflected throughout the line. Another art movement honored by these rugs is Art Deco, an influential design style that flourished in the 1930s. Art Deco was popular in architecture and decor as well as fine arts. Art Deco-style buildings are beacons of progress and technological advancement. The elegant geometrics of Art Deco can be seen in many New Wave rugs. An updated take on this quintessential style, these rugs are timeless.
Finally, Momeni New Wave rugs draw from the Abstract Expressionist movement that developed in New York in the 1940s and 1950s, after World War II. Influences from artists like Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko, with their bold colors and abstract designs, are apparent in the New Wave line. Another beloved artist who influenced these rugs is Piet Mondrian, a Dutch painter perhaps most famous for his grid-like paintings, comprised of black lines and primary-colored rectangles. Several New Wave rugs expand on this theme, with red, white, and black grid-like rectangular designs. Several other rugs are clearly influenced by cubist paintings by artists like Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque. The New Wave collection pays tribute to many artists and styles, bringing masterful 20th century artworks from the museums and into your home. Each rug from this line is uniquely beautiful, making them the perfect focal point for lovers of art.
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