DAILY ART FIX: The History and Evolving Beauty of Chess Sets

Art world links which caught my eye…

modern chess pieces

I love chess, though I’m no master, and play only against the computer these days. I still have my wooden chess set I got as a Christmas present when I was a kid. And I’ve dreamed of designing my own set some day. Here are some inspirational examples.

Read the article here: ART & OBJECT – The History and Evolving Beauty of Chess Sets

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2 thoughts on “DAILY ART FIX: The History and Evolving Beauty of Chess Sets

  1. The Maryhill Art Museum in Washington state has the largest collection of chess sets and chess pieces that I know of. It is jaw dropping to see. Worth at least a google. Thanks for your post I enjoyed it!

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