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Jacques Lipchitz, The man with the mandolin (!917). National Museum of Modern Art - Georges Pompidou Center, Paris

Jacques Lipchitz, The man with the mandolin National Museum of Modern Art - Georges Pompidou Center, Paris

Jacques Lipchitz, Head, 1914, Plaster, National Museum of Modern Art - Georges Pompidou Center, Paris

Jacques Lipchitz, Head, Plaster, National Museum of Modern Art - Georges Pompidou Center, Paris

Jacques Lipchitz French, active in the United States, 1891–1973 Harlequin with Mandolin  1920 Limestone (with integral base): 29 1/2 x 11 1/4 x 8 1/2 in. (74.9 x 28.6 x 21.6 cm)

Harlequin with Mandolin: 1920 by Jacques Lipchitz - limestone sculpture (The Barnes Foundation, Philadelphia, PA)- Cubism

Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973) was een Frans-Amerikaanse beeldhouwer. Hij ging in…

The Art Institute of Chicago: AIC: Modern Wing / Contemporary Art [ Seated Figure - by Jacques Lipchitz]

Plaster sculpture by Jacques Lipchitz, 1916, Tate Modern

Jacques Lipchitz: Plaster Sculpture Cubism breaks down forms and figures into fundamental geometric planes. Consequently, Cubist sculpture focuses on shifting viewpoints of volumes in geometric forms.

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Brancusi Constantin Brancusi was a Romanian sculptor who trained initially as a carpenter and stonemason. He settled in Paris in 1904 where his early influences included African as well as oriental art.

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