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    Alexander Calder Portrait

  • G. McCrae

    Alexander Calder cutting metal, ca. 1955 / unidentified photographer. "My fan mail is enormous. Everyone is under six." - Alexander Calder- (Alexander Calder papers, Archives of American Art, Smithsonian Institution).

  • Kcir Lekcin

    calder working and smoking

  • For Arts Sake

    Artist Studio | Alexander Calder

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Alexander Calder-like...this is made with foam core board into a mobile. I like the simplicity...could use metal and form or cut links to form a necklace or bracelet...

Alexander Calder, (22 de julio de 1898, Lawnton, Pensilvania - 11 de noviembre de 1977, Nueva York) fue un escultor estadounidense. Hijo y nieto de escultores. Su madre era, además, pintora. Estudió ingeniería mecánica y en 1923 asistió a la Liga de Estudiantes de Arte de Los Ángeles, donde recibió la influencia de los artistas de la escuela.

A number of Alexander Calder's jewellery pieces

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Alexander Calder (1898-1976) | Alexander Calder was an American sculptor best known as the originator of the mobile, a type of kinetic sculpture the delicately balanced or suspended components of which move in response to motor power ...

American sculptor and artist Alexander Calder photographed in Paris 1929, by Hungarian born Photographer André Kertész.

Alexander Calder in his home studio. by Old Chum, via Flickr

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Alexander Calder known for his kinetic artworks, Calder designed over a thousand pieces of jewelry throughout his career.