Gaston Lachaise

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United States sculptor (born in France) noted for his large nude figures (1882-1935)


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Gaston Lachaise (1882-1935) began his career in his native France as a designer of art nouveau decorative objects for the French jeweler Rene Lalique.
This weave of past and present seems standard fare for all of Michael Hackett's savvy selections, with works by Marsden Hartley, Smart Davis, John Graham, Elie Nadelman, and Gaston Lachaise.
in New York City, offered works by Max Weber, John Marin, Abraham Walkowitz, William Zorach, Gaston Lachaise, Bernard Karfiol, Joseph Stella, and others.
He found early acclaim in Paris as a young rival to Picasso and in New York as an equal to Gaston Lachaise.
These untitled works may also breathe the air of a bygone era, but it's that of Gaston Lachaise or Reuben Nakian rather than the concurrent yet incompatible one of Theo van Doesburg and Jean Helion.
Refashioning the figure: Gaston Lachaise and 'Elevation'.