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Brancusi with his work: Portrait of Nancy Cunard, 1930 -by Constantin Brancusi  [+]
(ref.: RMN)

Brâncuși

Brancusi with his work: Portrait of Nancy Cunard, 1930 -by Constantin Brancusi  [+]

(ref.: RMN)

Brâncuși

(Source: chaboneobaiarroyoallende, via yama-bato)

Constantin Brancusi in his studio, Paris, 1946 -by Wayne Miller  [+]

[a good selection of Brancusi and his work chez yama-bato

from magnum

Constantin Brancusi in his studio, Paris, 1946 -by Wayne Miller  [+]

[a good selection of Brancusi and his work chez yama-bato

from magnum

Constantin Brancusi, Self-Portrait in the atelier, ca 1934  [+]
from rmn

Constantin Brancusi, Self-Portrait in the atelier, ca 1934  [+]

from rmn

Fernand Léger in Brancusi’s atelier, Paris, 1920 -by Constantin Brancusi
from rmn

Fernand Léger in Brancusi’s atelier, Paris, 1920 -by Constantin Brancusi

from rmn

Chess game, Villefranche-sur-mer, Sept. 1931 -by Constantin Brancusi
from rmn

Chess game, Villefranche-sur-mer, Sept. 1931 -by Constantin Brancusi

from rmn

Constantin Brancusi playing golf, Fontainebleau, 25 Sept. 1923 -nd   [+]

Brancusi was initiated to golf by John Quinn, an american lawyer, a fan and buyer of Brancusi’s works and Brancusi became a fan of golf. That day, he played with John Quinn, Jeanne Robert Foster and Henri-Pierre Roché.Erik Satie was present to watch and make comments… As Brancusi stroke the ball too hard, Satie said: «Golf was invented by the British and Anglo-Saxons. It is not a game for Romanians.»However, he won the game. And Quinn offered him a set that Brancusi kept all his life. (ref.: Pontus Hulten, “Brancusi”)

from: Billy Klüver, Julie Martin, “Kiki et Montparnasse - 1900-1930” (Flammarion, 1989)

Constantin Brancusi playing golf, Fontainebleau, 25 Sept. 1923 -nd   [+]

Brancusi was initiated to golf by John Quinn, an american lawyer, a fan and buyer of Brancusi’s works and Brancusi became a fan of golf. That day, he played with John Quinn, Jeanne Robert Foster and Henri-Pierre Roché.
Erik Satie was present to watch and make comments… As Brancusi stroke the ball too hard, Satie said: «Golf was invented by the British and Anglo-Saxons. It is not a game for Romanians.»
However, he won the game. And Quinn offered him a set that Brancusi kept all his life. (ref.: Pontus Hulten, “Brancusi”)

from: Billy Klüver, Julie Martin, “Kiki et Montparnasse - 1900-1930” (Flammarion, 1989)

Constantin Brancusi, 1948 -by Florence Homolka   [+]
via rmn

Constantin Brancusi, 1948 -by Florence Homolka   [+]

via rmn

Constantin Brancusi, Woman looking in a mirror, 1909
yama-bato:

Woman looking in a mirrorConstantin Brancusi (1876-1957)

Constantin BrancusiWoman looking in a mirror, 1909

yama-bato:

Woman looking in a mirror
Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957)

Brancusi with his work: Portrait of Nancy Cunard, 1930 -by Constantin Brancusi  [+]
(ref.: RMN)

Brâncuși

Brancusi with his work: Portrait of Nancy Cunard, 1930 -by Constantin Brancusi  [+]

(ref.: RMN)

Brâncuși

(Source: chaboneobaiarroyoallende, via yama-bato)

Constantin Brancusi in his studio, Paris, 1946 -by Wayne Miller  [+]

[a good selection of Brancusi and his work chez yama-bato

from magnum

Constantin Brancusi in his studio, Paris, 1946 -by Wayne Miller  [+]

[a good selection of Brancusi and his work chez yama-bato

from magnum

Constantin Brancusi, Self-Portrait in the atelier, ca 1934  [+]
from rmn

Constantin Brancusi, Self-Portrait in the atelier, ca 1934  [+]

from rmn

Fernand Léger in Brancusi’s atelier, Paris, 1920 -by Constantin Brancusi
from rmn

Fernand Léger in Brancusi’s atelier, Paris, 1920 -by Constantin Brancusi

from rmn

Chess game, Villefranche-sur-mer, Sept. 1931 -by Constantin Brancusi
from rmn

Chess game, Villefranche-sur-mer, Sept. 1931 -by Constantin Brancusi

from rmn

Constantin Brancusi playing golf, Fontainebleau, 25 Sept. 1923 -nd   [+]

Brancusi was initiated to golf by John Quinn, an american lawyer, a fan and buyer of Brancusi’s works and Brancusi became a fan of golf. That day, he played with John Quinn, Jeanne Robert Foster and Henri-Pierre Roché.Erik Satie was present to watch and make comments… As Brancusi stroke the ball too hard, Satie said: «Golf was invented by the British and Anglo-Saxons. It is not a game for Romanians.»However, he won the game. And Quinn offered him a set that Brancusi kept all his life. (ref.: Pontus Hulten, “Brancusi”)

from: Billy Klüver, Julie Martin, “Kiki et Montparnasse - 1900-1930” (Flammarion, 1989)

Constantin Brancusi playing golf, Fontainebleau, 25 Sept. 1923 -nd   [+]

Brancusi was initiated to golf by John Quinn, an american lawyer, a fan and buyer of Brancusi’s works and Brancusi became a fan of golf. That day, he played with John Quinn, Jeanne Robert Foster and Henri-Pierre Roché.
Erik Satie was present to watch and make comments… As Brancusi stroke the ball too hard, Satie said: «Golf was invented by the British and Anglo-Saxons. It is not a game for Romanians.»
However, he won the game. And Quinn offered him a set that Brancusi kept all his life. (ref.: Pontus Hulten, “Brancusi”)

from: Billy Klüver, Julie Martin, “Kiki et Montparnasse - 1900-1930” (Flammarion, 1989)

Constantin Brancusi, 1948 -by Florence Homolka   [+]
via rmn

Constantin Brancusi, 1948 -by Florence Homolka   [+]

via rmn

Constantin Brancusi, Woman looking in a mirror, 1909
yama-bato:

Woman looking in a mirrorConstantin Brancusi (1876-1957)

Constantin BrancusiWoman looking in a mirror, 1909

yama-bato:

Woman looking in a mirror
Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957)

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