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In her time she was one of the most influential American collectors and exhibitors of 20th-century art. Born in 1898 in New York City, Peggy Guggenheim was the niece of Solomon Guggenheim, eponymous founder of the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Numerous young artists whose works she showed in Europe and America owed their early success in great part to her interest. Peggy Guggenheim was not only the first to exhibit Kandinsky’s works in England, but also the main promoter of Jackson Pollock in his early career. Montblanc honours this extraordinary champion of art with the Peggy Guggenheim Limited Edition 81. The limitation to 81 pieces is in reference to her age when she died in 1979.

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In her time she was one of the most influential American collectors and exhibitors of 20th-century art. Born in 1898 in New York City, Peggy Guggenheim was the niece of Solomon Guggenheim, eponymous founder of the Guggenheim Museum in New York. Numerous young artists whose works she showed in Europe and America owed their early success in great part to her interest. Peggy Guggenheim was not only the first to exhibit Kandinsky’s works in England, but also the main promoter of Jackson Pollock in his early career. Montblanc honours this extraordinary champion of art with the Peggy Guggenheim Limited Edition 81. The limitation to 81 pieces is in reference to her age when she died in 1979.

Peggy Guggenheim Limited Edition 81

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