The Lipchitz (Jacques, Yulla & Lolya) collection

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The Museum of Primitive Art, Distributed by University Publishers , New York
Lipchitz, Jacques, -- 1891-1973 -- Art collections -- Exhibitions, Art, Primitive -- Exhibi
Other titlesPrimitive art from the Lipchitz collection., Lipchitz collection.
Statementwith an introduction by Jacques Lipchitz and photographs by Lee Boltin.
ContributionsLipchitz, Jacques, 1891-1973., Museum of Primitive Art (New York, N.Y.)
LC ClassificationsN5310 .N47
The Physical Object
Pagination9 p., [23] p. of plates :
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL18550953M
LC Control Number60036190

Putze (Victoria & Albert Museum) presents a substantial, detailed, yet accessible overview of the career of Jacques Lipchitz (). Born in Russia, the Jewish sculptor emigrated to Paris inwhere he established his fame, taking Cubism into three : Catherine Pütz.

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The The Lipchitz book of the Spirit by Jacques Lipchitz in the cloisters of Iona Abbey In New Harmony, Indiana, there is a modern place of prayer that addresses [the yearning to bring back into relationship again so-called opposites the masculine and.

Rudolf Otto Sigismund Lipschitz (14 May – 7 October ) was a German mathematician who made contributions to mathematical analysis (where he gave his name to the Lipschitz continuity condition) and differential geometry, as well as number theory, algebras with. Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches; The Reuven Lipchitz Collection Donated in Memory of Abram and Rachel Lipchitz; inaugurated on August 3rd, at the Billy Rose Art Garden Pavilion; text and catalogue by Martin Weyl; preface by Willem Sandberg.

Lipchitz, Jacques, ) Weyl, Martin. Set in two iconic locales—Hollywood's legendary Chateau Marmont and Fresno's amazing Forestiere's Underground Garden— Waiting for Lipchitz at Chateau Marmont is a bold and colorful critique of the California Dream through the perspective of screenwriter who has gone from riches to rags.

Excerpt Forty years ago, In Paris, Jacques Lipchitz, sculptor, became aware of the advanced esthetic tendencies of his time. Today, Lipchitz, working in his own immense studio overlooking the Hudson near New York, still continues and expands what he began at that time. COVID Resources.

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Book: All Authors / Contributors: Maurice Raynal. Find more information about: OCLC Number: Notes: Illustrations show sculptures made by Lipchitz from through Printed 15 May, Colophon.

"Il a été tiré de cet ouvrage: 3 exemplaires sur Hollande, numérotés ABC hors commerce, 50 exemplaires sur Hollande, numérotés. When the two adults have problems with their kids, they frequently turn to the doctor for help. Lipschitz has a wide range of items bearing his name -- books, videos, a phone number, portable online services via satellite, even a maternity hospital (where Dil.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Lipchitz, Jacques, Lipchitz. New York, Universe Books [] (OCoLC) Named Person: Jacques Lipchitz. Excerpt Jacques Lipchitz is one of the great sculptors of our time.

For over forty years, he has been an important figure in modern art. Long recognized as a master in the School of Paris, he was forced in to take refuge in the United States, and since that time has chosen to remain here.

The Prayer () bronze ( x 25) by Jacques Lipchitz Philadelphia Museum of Art The Prayer was first cast from a wax model in a foundry in Long Island City in Lipchitz struggled with the complex forms that slowly draw us into the composition as we begin to make out a figure of an old man entangled in flame-like foliage.

A.M. Hammacher's book Lipchitz is inscribed by Jacques Lipchitz. Description Container; Articles about Lipchitz (Photocopies, ), undated: 14 Select: Articles about Lipchitz (Photocopies, ), undated: Internet Printouts about Lipchitz, Artwork page for ‘Figure’, Jacques Lipchitz,cast This is a plaster cast dating frommade from the moulds of bronze casts made at the same time.

Lipchitz referred to it as 'a small sketch' and intended it as a study for a larger Cubist sculpture. Through his friendship with Rivera, Picasso and Gris, Lipchitz participated in the Cubist movement after The Jacques Lipchitz biographical material includes an address book, biographical notes, membership cards, rent receipts and a lease, and a survey of Lipchitz's property in Hastings-on-Hudson, N.Y.

Correspondence is both professional and personal in nature. Approximately 20 percent is.

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The Lipchitz family name was found in the USA, and Canada between and The most Lipchitz families were found in the USA in In there were 15 Lipchitz families living in New York. This was about 50% of all the recorded Lipchitz's in the USA. New York had the highest population of Lipchitz families in Lipchitz presents the human figure as comprised of a variety of planes and surfaces, making use of the space surrounding the sculpture and encouraging the viewer to look at the work from multiple angles.

In this way, the artist is rejecting the concept of the ideal viewpoint which is. Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz. [New York, Plantin Press, printed for the Trustees of the Museum of Modern Art, ] (OCoLC) Named Person: Jacques Lipchitz; Jacques Lipchitz; Jacques Lipchitz; Jacques Lipchitz; Jacques Lipchitz: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors: Henry R Hope; Museum of Modern Art (New York, N.Y.

Artwork page for ‘Musical Instruments, Standing Relief’, Jacques Lipchitz, This sculpture was a made as a preliminary study for a series of relief carvings for the exterior of the home of the collector Albert Barnes in Philadelphia, now housing the Barnes Foundation.

The designs draw upon popular Cubist motifs, showing a guitar and an open book. Seated Man with a Guitar. Seated Man with a Guitar is one of Lipchitz' most mature Cubist works.

While it is less abstract than earlier works such as Sculpture (), Lipchitz manages to reduce the human figure into a few distinct shapes while maintaining a degree of naturalism. The simple forms that make up the guitar are integrated with the figure's body, fusing the two as though they.

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Artwork page for ‘Sculpture’, Jacques Lipchitz, –16 Lipchitz described works such as this one as 'abstract architectural sculptures'. He wrote that during this period he was 'building up and composing the idea of a human figure from abstract sculptural elements of line, plane and volume'.

This indicates that, in spite of its abstraction, the work was based on the upper part of a. Lipchitz studies the plaster-greyed floor as he feels his way patiently into the story, as if he could discover in its mottled streaks and whorls the face and meaning of this malevolent and.

[For T and T to T the foundry inscriptions, and reproductions of casts in other materials in the books listed below, are recorded. Abbreviations used: Arnason H.H.

Arnason, Jacques Lipchitz: Sketches in Bronze, Lipchitz Jacques Lipchitz, My Life in Sculpture, Immediately download the Jacques Lipchitz summary, chapter-by-chapter analysis, book notes, essays, quotes, character descriptions, lesson plans, and more - everything you need for studying or teaching Jacques Lipchitz.

Artwork page for ‘Sketch for ‘Our Tree of Life’’, Jacques Lipchitz, Having worked on a massive sculpture of the Virgin Mary in France, Lipchitz conceived the idea of a parallel monument to the development of Judaism, his own faith.

This study for the sculpture is in the form of an ancestral tree. At its base is Abraham, surmounted by the three Patriarchs.JACQUES LIPCHITZ HIS SCULPTURE (Hardcover ) Text by A.M. Hammacher Abrams, Published by Harry N. Abrams Inc., Hardcover with dustjacket, Condition is Good, mild wear on the dj including some light tears, small writings on the 1st page, there is a red mark on the book Rating: % positive.Among the foremost 20th-century Cubist sculptors, Jacques Lipchitz produced muscular, expressive works exploring biblical and mythological stories and such universal human themes as fidelity, love, and motherhood.

He moved to Paris inwhere he began his career and became influenced by the nascent cubist style of Pablo Picasso and Georges Braque and the aesthetic of the machine.