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Alexander Archipenko "Statue on Triangular Base" 1914 Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City MO

Alexander Archipenko "Statue on Triangular Base" 1914 Nelson Atkins Museum, Kansas City MO

Alexander Archipenko (Ukrainian, 1887–1964, active in France and the United States)  Struggle (La Lutte); also called The Boxers, 1914  Bronze, cast 7/8  24 1/2 x 15 x 18 in. (62.23 x 38.1 x 45.72 cm)  Purchase, Virginia Booth Vogel Acquisition Fund M1983.189   Photo credit Larry Sanders  © 2008 Estate of Alexander Archipenko / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Alexander Archipenko, Struggle /La Lutte, aka The Boxers, 1914 - bronze © 2008 Estate of AA/ Artists Rights Society (ARS) NYC

Alexander Archipenko (1887-1965)  Porteuse  signed 'Archipenko' (on the right leg)  stone  Height (including base): 17½ in. (44.5 cm.)  Carved in 1911-1912; unique

Alexander Archipenko Porteuse signed 'Archipenko' (on the right leg) stone Height (including base): in.

Alexander Archipenko (1887-1964) Geometric Statuette 1914 (68,9 cm)

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Alexander Archipenko

Alexander Archipenko

Alexander Archipenko, Carrousel Pierrot, 1913. Painted plaster, 24 x 19 1/8 x 13 3/8 inches (61 x 48.6 x 34 cm)

Alexander Archipenko, Carrousel Pierrot, Painted plaster, 24 x 19 x 13 inches x x 34 cm)

Aleksandr Archipenko, "Woman Combing Her Hair", 1915.  Based off of the Venus de Milo, a Greek Classical sculpture c. 180 BCE. Classical sculptures wore an ethos face - a calm expression representing reason. Classical sculptures are those most often associated with Ancient Greece, and therefore with the birth of Western democracy.  Archipenko's sculpture echoes the Venus minus the ethos face and rationality. It represented the insanity the Western world had come to in WWI.

CUBISM~ Aleksandr Archipenko, Woman Combing Her Hair, Bronze, approx. Museum of Modern Art, New York (bequest of Lillie P.

alexander archipenko | Alexander Archipenko (1887-1964)

Archipenko, Alexander - 1914 Woman with a Fan (Tel Aviv Museum, Israel)

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