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Maillol

Aristide . 1861--1944, French sculptor, esp of monumental female nudes
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Among the notable figures who previously owned these works are the artists Aristide Maillol and Gustave Feyet; G.
Whereas earlier studies of the French right wing focus on figures whose relationship to fascism constituted a fatal, rightward march (Drieu la Rochelle, Celine, Brasillach, Rebatet) or, at the very least, a shameful moment of past involvement (de Man, Blanchot) Avant-Garde Fascism discusses figures whose involvement with fascist movements was determined largely through aesthetics, such as Le Corbusier, Germaine Krull, Aristide Maillol, and others.
He found the arguments abstract, but he admired the work of Maillol, Brancusi, and later Ivan Mestrovic for their confident monumentality.
What death needs to work with is almost nothing, old bearded man, tumbled in a car, Maillol, chin broken, the slick black road, and then the 8 proverbial facing of a wall, the last canvas the absence of will--the last image that stopped the lit heart, the female form filling the entire frame.
No wonder Fernand Leger ("Femmes au Perroquet/Women with a Parrot"), Aristide Maillol ("La Riviere/The River"), and Tony Smith ("Night") are among the sculptors represented.
sculpture garden outside, where the Maillol nudes nestled in reeds at the lily pond's edge look as inviting as mermaids.
The first is a dark modern composition brooding on older texts, the second a playful liberating text that dramatizes Virgie's meditation on the near identity of opposites, Welty's re-writing the myth of Leda and the Swan in deep resonance with the representations made by the sculptors Maillol and Brancusi.
Ghika (3), Juan Gris, Rene Guiette, Paul Guion (2), Felix Klipstein (2), Fernand Leger (2), Magnelli, Aristide Maillol, Paolo Marzetti, Pablo Picasso, Frangois de Pierrefeu, Ernesto Rogers, Xanti Schawinsky, Andrey Shaling, Steinberg (3), y Edouard Trouin.
Dancer (2000) presents a type of female nude not unlike those of the French sculptor Maillol, though even more heavy-thighed.
Frederik Meijer Gardens and Sculpture Park has been heralded by the Wall Street Journal as "the most important sculpture collection west of the Kroller Mueller" with a collection ranging from Rodin and Maillol to Moore and Hepworth and Cragg and Goldsworthy.
The sculpture "Air" by Aristide Maillol at the Getty Center will be covered up to acknowledge "the creative loss caused by the AIDS epidemic.
Cloonan in his article on the French sculptor Aristide Maillol examines Maillol's work and artistic ideas in the 1940s in light of the German occupation and Nazi ideology.