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Brancusi

Constantin . 1876--1957, Romanian sculptor, noted for his streamlined abstractions of animal forms
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Nothing grows in the shadow of a great tree," was the famous reply given by Brancusi to Rodin.
As an artist inventor of modern sculpture and spiritual father of such avant-garde sculptors as Jean Arp and Brancusi, Maillol was interested in form, in discovering a way to express the untemporal idea behind voluptuous form.
His work echoes that of Brancusi in its craftsmanship and respect for materials, as well as an expressive use of organic shapes.
The remarkable diversity within Canada's collections assembled at the ROM for the first and only time includes works by such notable artists as Francis Bacon, Constantin Brancusi, Rene Magritte, George Segal, and James Tissot; Canadian artists represented include Lawren Harris, Joe Fafard, and Jeff Wall, among others.
For by making surface treatment an issue in his own sculpture, Rodin did so for those who came after him, among them Marisse, Giacometri, and Brancusi (who briefly worked for Rodin) and, through Brancusi, Henry Moore and even Donald Judd.
Just don't go expecting to see any Constantin Brancusi (right), as that caliber of fine art undoubtedly would be removed from the streets by the nocturnal denizens of Mexico City's grandest avenue.
Construction for the project "centre international constantin brancusi - interactive tour" in the regional operational programme 2007-2013, priority axis 5 - sustainable development and promotion of tourism, the area of ?
The Wild West and formalist abstraction also prove to be a volatile mix in At the late night Brancusi seminar the tension is almost palpable, 2005, in which a difference of opinion over the sculptor's influence seems to have sparked a gunfight.
Carved by Constantin Brancusi in 1945, the Borne frontiere--customarily known in English as Boundary marker--was virtually his final work (Fig.
He now must rely on Lion Tamer and the budding Brancusi, to get to the hallowed winner's circle.
Thus Hopps's first contact with modern art was a house stuffed floor to ceiling with works by Picasso, Matisse, Brancusi, and, of course, Duchamp.