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Chocolate Grinder (No. 1) Framed Postcard

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Chocolate Grinder (No. 1) Framed Postcard
About the Work:
This work was inspired by a chocolate grinding machine that Marcel Duchamp saw in the window of a confectioner's shop in Rouen, France. The artist rendered the machine in a dry and impersonal painting style, akin to the precise mechanical drawing found in architectural plans. Duchamp was fascinated with the rotating drums of the chocolate grinder, which had a sexual connotation for him, and the machine would reappear several times in his work, most notably in the lower section of The Bride Stripped Bare By Her Bachelors, Even (The Large Glass) of 1915-23.
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Relive the experience of coming face-to-face with some of the most well-loved masterworks at the Museum. This high-quality postcard features Chocolate Grinder (No. 1) by Marcel Duchamp (American, born France, 1887–1968) and is complimented by an elegant metal frame allows your keepsake to be hung with ease.

This item has been hand-framed by Furst Brothers, one of America's most prolific framers for over one hundred years. Working with the Museum, they have paired every item with a unique setting in a complimentary color and texture.
Details
  • Hand-framed by Furst Brothers
  • 5 1/5" x 5 1/5" x 3/4"
  • Frame includes metal wire in the back for easy hanging
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