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Synonyms for Maillol

French sculptor of monumental female nudes (1861-1944)

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Within the narrative contract of this story, I think that Eudora Welty is at this moment doing away with King MacLain, as Maillol absented the swan, suggesting instead through Leda's bent head some pitiful bird.
Black collection includes sculptures by Rodin, Maillol, and Moore, paintings by Monet, Renoir, Cezanne, Leger, Picasso, Braque, Vuillard, Signac, De Chirico, Miro, and magritte; as well as works on paper by Chagall, Pissarro, and Dega.
We know, for example, from Hilary Spurling's exemplary biography, that when Matisse was working at Collioure, developing startling new ways of constructing paintings with saturated, unmodulated color later termed Fauvism, he found visits to the nearby studio of the sculptor Aristide Maillol a crucial stimulus.
Cocteau attended the opening of the show, as did the French sculptor Maillol and the painters Vlaminck and Derain.
Evidentemente, tambien Maillol centro su interes en el reto expresivo que supone recrear en materia inerte las tensiones y vibracion de la vida; tambien hizo de la escultura un sueno, acompanado de decisiones conscientes que permitan llevarlo a cabo.
71) According to Breker, Derain and Maillol received lucrative commissions from Berlin.
She let go of Jay, slid to the floor, and sat against a rainbow scatter of pillows--a modified Maillol.
En la escultura encontramos los ejemplos de Aristides Maillol, Pablo Gargallo y Amadeo Modigliani, en tanto que en la pintura el caso mas conocido es el de Pablo Picasso.
Local-national congruence was represented by the iconic presence of former French Commander-in-Chief, Marshal ('Papa') Joffre, the cooper's son from Rivesaltes, and by the sculptor Maillol (1861-1944), another enfant du pays whose memorial allegories in an identifiably Mediterranean idiom (Port-Vendres, Elne, Banyuls, Ceret) connected seamlessly to the Republican aesthetic repertoire.
Asi mismo, las obras del compatriota Aristide Maillol (1861-1944) son un canto al cuerpo femenino, expresado con equilibrio de sensualidad y pureza, juego de masas poderosas, sobriedad de gesto y serenidad vacia de rostro.
LOW-BROW The Lodge SCULPTURE HIGH-BROW Colder UPPER MIDDLE-BROW Maillol LOWER MIDDLE-BROW Front yard sculpture LOW-BROW Parlor sculpture
In 1908, he treated Maillol and the Austrian poet Hugo von Hofmannsthal (with whom Kessler had collaborated on a ballet for Diaghilev, The Legend of Joseph) to a trip to Greece, to experience the classical Holy Land.
Both figurative and abstract works are discussed and brief biographies of each sculptor, including Rodin, Maillol, Matisse, de Kooning, Picasso, Calder, and Oldenburg are presented.
The "heart" of the lobby will be "Head of Dina," a 1944 bronze bust by the great French sculptor Aristede Maillol.
Por aquel entonces, mi maestro era muy aficionado a Maillol.