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1960s Costume Design by Laierte Neves

Antonio Martins

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1960s Costume Design   by Laierte Neves

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Product Information

Era:

Vintage; 1960s

Condition:

Excellent

Country of Origin:

Portugal

Materials:

ink on paper/glass/wood frame

Size:

14.5" L x 1.25" W x 19" H

Color/Finish:

multi

Why We Love This

1960s sketch by Laierte Neves, a famous Portuguese costume designer from the 1950s and '60s.
As described by Antonio Martins

Why We Love This

1960s sketch by Laierte Neves, a famous Portuguese costume designer from the 1950s and '60s.

About Antonio Martins

A native of Brazil, acclaimed San Francisco-based interior designer Antonio Martins has an uncommon global vision. He started his career in Switzerland, where he acquired an appreciation for European design. From Switzerland he moved to Venice, to Frankfurt, then to Hong Kong in the early 1990s for 11 years, where he became immersed in Asian arts and cultures, from Chinese furniture to Shan sculpture from Thailand to Indonesian textiles.