Lipchitz


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United States sculptor (born in Lithuania) who pioneered cubist sculpture (1891-1973)

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Arriving at a similar conclusion, Lipchitz realized--as Picasso himself did--that Cubist abstraction was only a means to a representational end, however strange the end might seem to everyday eyes.
Accompanying this verse was an article by Amena Saiyid and the following quotation by Jacques Lipchitz - 'All my life as an artist I have asked myself: What pushes me continually to make sculpture?
The Ministry not only heralded Brazil's espousal of modernism: this realisation of Le Corbusier's sketch design brought together an extraordinarily talented team that included Niemeyer, Lucio Costa (subsequently planner for Brasilia), modernist pioneer Affonso Reidy, painter Candido Portinari (responsible for the blue azulejo walls), sculptor Jacques Lipchitz, and a young Burle Marx.
mention include Henry Moore (1898-1986), especially Recumbent Figure, Jean Arp (1886-1996) and Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973).
The collection of 88 exhibition pieces includes works from artists Henri Matisse, Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Andre Masson, Jacques Lipchitz, Marcel Gromaire, Andre Lhote, Juan Gris and Jean Lurcat.
After the Englishman emigrated to the United States in 1940, he drew to the reopened Atelier 17 in New York City artists like Bourgeois, Max Ernst, Yves Tanguy, Andre Masson, Joan Miro, Jacques Lipchitz, Jackson Pollock, William de Kooning, and Robert Motherwell.
Es bastante conocida la reaccion del fotografo, que esperaba encontrarse con un apartamento "ultramoderno", con "grandes extensiones de vidrio" y "desnudo", y de "blancas paredes", parecido a las viviendas que para la epoca LC ya habia construido para Ozenfant, Charles de Beistegui, o Jacques Lipchitz, entre otras.
It included the largest collection of African art in private hands, and works by such legendary artists as Jean-Michael Basquiat, Alexander Calder, Stuart Davis, Jean Dubuffet, Max Ernst, Red Grooms, Wassily Kandinsky, Paul Klee, Ferdnand Leger, Richard Lindner, Jaques Lipchitz, Reginald Marsh, Henri Matisse, Joan Miro, Henry Moore, Francis Picabia, Pablo Picasso and Augeste Rodin.
His lover not only gave her name to the continent of Europe, but their story provided one of the most popular images in art from the Renaissance down to the twentieth century, when it obsessed such painters and sculptors as Felix Vallotton, Max Beckmann, and Jacques Lipchitz.
This opinion likely explains why none of the people who are the focus of separate chapters in the book--Mies van der Rohe, Vincent Willem van Gogh (Vincent van Gogh's nephew), Fernand Leger, Stuart Davis, Constantin Brancusi, Bernard Berenson, Mark Rothko, Alfred Jensen, Clyfford Still, Isamu Noguchi, Mark Tobey, Franz Kline, Jacques Lipchitz, Hans Hofmann, Josef Albers, and Edward Hopper--are women.
Lipchitz, cofounder of the Homeland Security Practice Group at Mintz, Levin, Cohn, Ferris, Glovsky, and Popeo, P.
Jacques Lipchitz had to patch up something with "a lot of broken pieces of plaster full of adhering bits of skin and hair.
Of the 50 works on display by the likes of such important 20th-century sculptors as Henry Moore, Jacques Lipchitz and Louise Bourgeois, only Kenneth Snelson's "Virlane Tower" suffered major damage.
As one part of this agenda, it has paid particular attention to Jewish artists drawn to Paris in the first decades of the twentieth century, when it was the beacon for those with advanced artistic ambitions--Marc Chagall, Jacques Lipchitz, Sonia Delaunay, Chaim Soutine and now Amedeo Modigliani, figures that any museum anywhere would take pride in presenting.