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Lipchitz

Jacques . 1891--1973, US sculptor, born in Lithuania: he pioneered cubist sculpture
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Under the Hermitage Museum's aegis, the Jacques Lipchitz plasters and drawings will offer penetrating insights into one of the pillars of the Cubist art movement and the 20[sup.
For Lipchitz, "baroque" also meant energy: an energy that at its best had a kind of muscular fluidity, energy that was Abstract Expressionist in its intensity.
Patent litigation is exceedingly expensive, Lipchitz says, requiring the use of experts and intensive interpretation of language.
On the unhealthy living conditions in Lowell, see Lipchitz, "The Golden Age," 101-2.
But a second team consisted of Marc Chagall, Max Ernst, Jacques Lipchitz, and the writers, Heinrich Mann, Lion Feuchtwanger and Franz Werfel and his demon wife, Alma Mahler.
Emulating Paul Gauguin and Paul Cezanne, artists turned to the evolving avant-garde movement, and the list of those it produced is overwhelming: Pablo Picasso, Georges Braque, Jacques Lipchitz, Henri Rousseau, Franco Modigliani, Jean Cocteau, Man Ray, Alberto Giacometti, and dozens of others cross the screen.
He became friends with artists such as Jacques Lipchitz and Robert Delaunay, whose experiments with movement and form were helping to create a new artistic idiom.
As a production assistant to Jacques Lipchitz 30 years ago," Meisner recalled, ,my chances of finding a competent art foundry were slim.
During the Occupation, Vierny joined the Emergency Rescue Committee, which helped anti-Nazi and Jewish refugees escape across the border into Spain--among them artists and intellectuals such as Marc Chagall, Max Ernst and Jacques Lipchitz.
Piety, he felt, was no replacement for artistic vision, and among those chosen for Assy were confirmed atheists like Richier, Communists such as Leger, Lurcat and Braque, and Jews such as Chagall and Lipchitz.
79) This tendency was also apparent in a special feature bringing together writings by major artists such as Robert Motherwell, Marc Chagall, Adolph Gottlieb, Jacques Lipchitz, and architect Percival Goodman (who designed more than fifty buildings for Reform and Conservative congregations), addressing questions including, "Should religious art be representation, symbolic, abstract or what?
JACQUES LIPCHITZ MASK Inspired by Jacques Lipchitz and his sculpture Man With a Guitar, 1915, this mask is geometrically structured.