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Cow ( in 2 parts) By Alexander Calder ,1971

Artworks of Alexander Calder (American, 1898 - 1976)

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Henry Moore OM, CH, ‘Working Model for Three Way Piece No. 1: Points’ 1964

Henry Moore OM, CH, 'Working Model for Three Way Piece No.1: Points' 1964, cast c.1964–9

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Adaline Kent - Presence, 1947, Magnesite

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Isamu Noguchi's playground proposal from 1933

Isamu Noguchi

Isamu Noguchi

MONDOBLOGO: vintage noguchi in color

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David DiMichele

ALEXANDER CALDER

Somerville, MA artist Gina Kamentsky

Somerville, MA artist Gina Kamentsky

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Gina Kamentsky - Somerville, MA artist

Original bronze sculpture by Jean Louis Corby - Paris Art Web

Jean Louis Corby

damian ortega 1998--modulo de construccion de tortillas

Pastiche & Serendipity

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Men-An-Tol by Helen Dixon. Ancient standing stones on the West Penwith Moor in Cornwall, England.

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Arp Museum Bahnhof Rolandseck

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Figurative Sculpture by Yasuyuki Katayama

Xavier Veilhan, is a Paris based sculptor known for large painted steel and aluminum sculptures. His subject matter often draws on historical public sculpture, such as horses, lions, and, of course, monumental human figures, but it is updated by contemporary technology and sensibilities. As a result the figures are rendered anonymous and abstract, recognizable by their stance, not expression

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Xavier Veilhan

Sylvain Corentin France

Looking across at a small part of Alexander Calder's huge mobile, Untitled, as it hangs from the ceiling of the East Building of the National Gallery of Art on the National Mall in Washington, DC.

Looking Up at the East Wing - Stuart Litoff Part of Calder's Mobile sculpture

Looking up at part of Alexander Calder's huge mobile, Untitled, as it hangs beneath the ceiling of the East Building of the National Gallery of Art on the National Mall in Washington, DC.

a house of wire with a chair