Brancusi The Kiss.Brancusi, Constantin - 1916 The Kiss (The Philadelphia Museum of Art, USA)

Henry Moore, Drawings for Sculpture. Pencil, pen and ink, chalk and watercolor on paper.

Constantin Brancusi, Young Bird, Paris, Bronze on a two-part pedestal of limestone and oak

THE GOLDEN SMITH  http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-qdyDlHQISgQ/UaaaUEgSeEI/AAAAAAAAFxI/SzywJ38Ma3c/s1600/IMG_8693.jpg

THE GOLDEN SMITH http://4.bp.blogspot.com/-qdyDlHQISgQ/UaaaUEgSeEI/AAAAAAAAFxI/SzywJ38Ma3c/s1600/IMG_8693.jpg

Constantin Brancusi / golden bird, Do some developmental drawings working with building basic shapes

“They are imbeciles who call my work abstract. That which they call abstract is the most realistic, because what is real is not the exterior, but the idea, the essence of things.” - Constantin Brancusi

“They are imbeciles who call my work abstract. That which they call abstract is the most realistic, because what is real is not the exterior, but the idea, the essence of things.” - Constantin Brancusi

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