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Rotation, rotation, rotation! Alexander Calder and his high-wire circus act

Tate Modern, LondonA conversation with Mondrian in 1930 set in motion Alexander Calder’s glorious mobile sculptures – and his balletic constellations are still breathtaking today

"Lion and Cage" Installation~Alexander Calder, Calder's Circus, Image via Whitney Museum of American Art Alexander Calder, Circus Art, Circus Theme, Kinetic Art, Whitney Museum, Jean Arp, American Art, Puppets, Art Lessons

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Alexander Calder, Calder’s Circus, 1926–31. Lion and Cage,

Alexander Calder was born July in Lawnton, Pennsylvania. Despite coming from a family of artists -his father was a sculptor and his mother a painter- Calder did not originally intend to become an artist. After high school, he enrolled at the Alexander Calder, Circus Art, Love Illustration, Animal Fashion, Hanging Art, Art Plastique, Art Auction, Art Lessons, American Artists

Le cirque dans l'art pictural

Le cirque des artistes peintres Karel Appel Karel Appel Amsterdam clown 1978 Karel Appel Clown et éléphant ...

Alexander Calder (American, Untitled- Date: 1946 - Medium: Lithograph. Alexander Calder, Sculpture Art, Sculptures, Picture Boxes, Kinetic Art, Whitney Museum, Art Plastique, American Artists, Famous Artists

Alexander Calder (American, 1898–1976) Untitled- Date: 1946 - Medium: Lithograph.

Alexander Calder - The Wild Beast Cage, 1932 Pen and ink on paper Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, US Alexander Calder, Artist Sketchbook, Whitney Museum, Kinetic Art, Collaborative Art, Museum Of Modern Art, Wire Art, Watercolor Illustration, Illustrations

a man with a past

The Wild Beast Cage, 1932, Alexander Calder. American (1898 - 1976) - Pen and ink on paper -

alexander calder - made from wire - looks like continuous line drawing. Alexander Calder Sculptures, Elements Of Art Line, Continuous Line Drawing, Drawing Studies, Kinetic Art, Line Illustration, Illustrations, Circus Theme, Arts Ed

Late Night at the Circus

Last night whilst idly watching tv I stumbled across a documentary about sculptor Alexander Calder. Though never been particular...

alexander calder - wire sculptures - like gesture drawing only with wire. they are sparse and yet manage to capture the essence of a scene or person. Jean Arp, Wire Drawing, Gesture Drawing, Alexander Calder, Piet Mondrian, High School Art, Middle School, Kinetic Art, Wire Art

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alexander calder - wire sculptures...if you ever get a chance, find the film online of him performing his wire circus. it's so trippy and cool. i love how he captures the feeling of movement with these sculptures - like gesture drawing only with wire. they are sparse and yet manage to capture the essence of a scene or person.

artwork: Tight Rope Artists from Calder’s Circus, - dimensions variable. Whitney Museum of American Art, NY © 2008 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), NY. Photograph by Sheldan C. Alexander Calder, Circus Art, Whitney Museum, First Art, Paris, Kids Events, Toy Store, American Art, Puppets

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Alexander Calder, Prima Donna, Woman with Bow, and Horse from Calder’s Circus, 1926-31, Wire, cloth, wood, cardboard, paint, rhinestones, and thread, 12-3/8 x 5-1/2 x 6", Metal, wire, cloth, thread, paint, cork and string, 4-7/8 x 16-1/2 x 7", Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, 83.36.17, 83.36.60, and 83.36.61, Photograph by Sheldan C. Collins.