The section on interwar sculpture provides profiles of 13 avant-garde sculptors, including Joseph Cs<AEa>ky, Alfred Auguste Janniot, Victor Brecheret, Gustave Miklos, and Carl Milles
. Later sections give examples of sculpture in the commercial and decorative arts, describe the work of commercial foundries, detail materials and techniques, and explore architectural and monumental sculpture of Europe, Scandinavia, North America, and South America, looking at examples found in museums, WorldAEs Fairs, war memorials, and public buildings.
' wife was a strong inspiration for this Swedish sculptor's breathtaking work.
His monumental sculptures, influenced by mentor Carl Milles, include The Spirit of Detroit in downtown Detroit and Christ on the Cross at Indian River.
Since the fellowship had no travel restrictions, he made his way to Sweden to seek out internationally famed sculptor Carl Milles, whose work he had admired for years.
The Saarinen team was from Cranbrook Academy, the school in Michigan that produced world-famous creative designers including Charles and Ray Eames, designer Harry Bertoia, Swedish sculptor Carl Milles
and furniture designer Florence Knoll, with whom Eero Saarinen established lifelong friendships and collaborations.
A remarkable expression of the theology of Nathan Soderbloom, it is a 20th-century 'living room' of the arts: with Carl Milles
sculptures, murals by Olle Hjortzberg, fresco paintings by Filip Mansson and the architect Ferdinand Boberg.
Contempt is appropriate when the amity that eventually developed between National Romanticists and Nazis comes up, as it did, for example, in the life and career of sculptor Carl Milles
, but in early incarnations National Romanticism deserves appreciation as a forward-thinking movement.
En otras zonas de Estocolmo se hallan el Millesgarden, sobre el escultor Carl Milles
(1875-1955), y el Ayuntamiento (Stadhuset), con un salon de banquetes con paredes de oro de 14,5 quilates, y una sala principal donde el 10 de diciembre de cada ano se entregan los Premios Nobel.
Both Carl Jacobsen and his son Helge (1882-1946) ignored their prodigiously imaginative Swedish contemporary Carl Milles
, little known outside Scandinavia but quite likely to be regarded, in times to come, as the most brilliant sculptor of the twentieth century.
that features an eagle resting on a globe.
and is set upon a rectangular base faced with granite.