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Alexander Calder, New York, 1940 -by André Kertész  [+]  [+]
from rmn

Alexander Calder, New York, 1940 -by André Kertész  [+]  [+]

from rmn

Fernand Léger in front of his portrait by Calder, 1934 -by Walter Limot

Devant ces nouvelles oeuvres transparentes, objectives, exactes, je pense à Satie, Mondrian, Marcel Duchamp, Brancusi, Arp, ces maîtres inconstestés du beau inexpressif et silencieux, Calder est de cette ligne là.— Fernand Léger, in Volumes, Vecteurs, Densités - catalogue d’exposition sur les sculptures de Calder (Paris, galerie Percier, avril 1931)

photo and quote from: Pierre Daix, ‘Paris des Arts - 1930-1950’, Édition de RMN et du Grand Palais, 2011

Fernand Léger in front of his portrait by Calder, 1934 -by Walter Limot

Devant ces nouvelles oeuvres transparentes, objectives, exactes, je pense à Satie, Mondrian, Marcel Duchamp, Brancusi, Arp, ces maîtres inconstestés du beau inexpressif et silencieux, Calder est de cette ligne là.
— Fernand Léger, in Volumes, Vecteurs, Densités - catalogue d’exposition sur les sculptures de Calder (Paris, galerie Percier, avril 1931)

photo and quote from: Pierre Daix, ‘Paris des Arts - 1930-1950’, Édition de RMN et du Grand Palais, 2011

Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait from wire at his studio in Saché (France), 1968 -by Gjon Mili
from life

Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait from wire at his studio in Saché (France), 1968 -by Gjon Mili

from life

Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait in wire at his studio in Sache, 1968 -by Gjon Mili

luzfosca:::margartia:
Gjon Mili, Sculptor Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait in wire at his studio in Sache, France. 1968 [via.]

Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait in wire at his studio in Sache1968 -by Gjon Mili

luzfosca:::margartia:

Gjon Mili, Sculptor Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait in wire at his studio in Sache, France. 1968 [via.]

Louisa Calder, Paris 1931 -by Man Ray[one of the necklace made by A.C.] 
via CP 

Louisa Calder, Paris 1931 -by Man Ray
[one of the necklace made by A.C.] 

via CP 

Wire portrait of Kiki de Montparnasse, 1929 by Alexander Calder
via rmn

Wire portrait of Kiki de Montparnasse, 1929 by Alexander Calder

via rmn

Alexander Calder working on the wire portrait of Kiki de Montparnasse (photogram from a 1929 film)
via Calder Foundation

Alexander Calder working on the wire portrait of Kiki de Montparnasse (photogram from a 1929 film)

via Calder Foundation

Alexander Calder, Saché 1964 -by Alain Gaveau
via argentic

Alexander Calder, Saché 1964 -by Alain Gaveau

via argentic

Alexander Calder, Saché 1963 -by Ugo Mulas
[nice discovery: Official Website of Mulas]
via U.M.

Alexander Calder, Saché 1963 -by Ugo Mulas

[nice discovery: Official Website of Mulas]

via U.M.

Alexander Calder, Paris 1929 -by André Kertész
via PdP

Alexander Calder, Paris 1929 -by André Kertész

via PdP

Alexander Calder,Woodbury, CT, 1957 -by Arnold Newman
via Arnold Newman

Alexander Calder,Woodbury, CT, 1957 -by Arnold Newman

via Arnold Newman

Alexander Calder, New York, 1940 -by André Kertész  [+]  [+]
from rmn

Alexander Calder, New York, 1940 -by André Kertész  [+]  [+]

from rmn

Fernand Léger in front of his portrait by Calder, 1934 -by Walter Limot

Devant ces nouvelles oeuvres transparentes, objectives, exactes, je pense à Satie, Mondrian, Marcel Duchamp, Brancusi, Arp, ces maîtres inconstestés du beau inexpressif et silencieux, Calder est de cette ligne là.— Fernand Léger, in Volumes, Vecteurs, Densités - catalogue d’exposition sur les sculptures de Calder (Paris, galerie Percier, avril 1931)

photo and quote from: Pierre Daix, ‘Paris des Arts - 1930-1950’, Édition de RMN et du Grand Palais, 2011

Fernand Léger in front of his portrait by Calder, 1934 -by Walter Limot

Devant ces nouvelles oeuvres transparentes, objectives, exactes, je pense à Satie, Mondrian, Marcel Duchamp, Brancusi, Arp, ces maîtres inconstestés du beau inexpressif et silencieux, Calder est de cette ligne là.
— Fernand Léger, in Volumes, Vecteurs, Densités - catalogue d’exposition sur les sculptures de Calder (Paris, galerie Percier, avril 1931)

photo and quote from: Pierre Daix, ‘Paris des Arts - 1930-1950’, Édition de RMN et du Grand Palais, 2011

Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait from wire at his studio in Saché (France), 1968 -by Gjon Mili
from life

Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait from wire at his studio in Saché (France), 1968 -by Gjon Mili

from life

Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait in wire at his studio in Sache, 1968 -by Gjon Mili

luzfosca:::margartia:
Gjon Mili, Sculptor Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait in wire at his studio in Sache, France. 1968 [via.]

Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait in wire at his studio in Sache1968 -by Gjon Mili

luzfosca:::margartia:

Gjon Mili, Sculptor Alexander Calder fashioning a self-portrait in wire at his studio in Sache, France. 1968 [via.]

Louisa Calder, Paris 1931 -by Man Ray[one of the necklace made by A.C.] 
via CP 

Louisa Calder, Paris 1931 -by Man Ray
[one of the necklace made by A.C.] 

via CP 

Wire portrait of Kiki de Montparnasse, 1929 by Alexander Calder
via rmn

Wire portrait of Kiki de Montparnasse, 1929 by Alexander Calder

via rmn

Alexander Calder working on the wire portrait of Kiki de Montparnasse (photogram from a 1929 film)
via Calder Foundation

Alexander Calder working on the wire portrait of Kiki de Montparnasse (photogram from a 1929 film)

via Calder Foundation

Alexander Calder, Saché 1964 -by Alain Gaveau
via argentic

Alexander Calder, Saché 1964 -by Alain Gaveau

via argentic

Alexander Calder, Saché 1963 -by Ugo Mulas
[nice discovery: Official Website of Mulas]
via U.M.

Alexander Calder, Saché 1963 -by Ugo Mulas

[nice discovery: Official Website of Mulas]

via U.M.

Alexander Calder, Paris 1929 -by André Kertész
via PdP

Alexander Calder, Paris 1929 -by André Kertész

via PdP

Alexander Calder,Woodbury, CT, 1957 -by Arnold Newman
via Arnold Newman

Alexander Calder,Woodbury, CT, 1957 -by Arnold Newman

via Arnold Newman

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