Constantin brancusi

Discover the remarkable sculptures and artistic vision of Constantin Brancusi. Dive into the world of this influential modernist artist and explore his innovative approach to form and materials.
Constantin Brâncuși. Young Bird. Paris 1928 | MoMA Viola Frey, Brancusi Sculpture, Paintings Images, Constantin Brancusi, Istoria Artei, Sculpture Stand, Antony Gormley, Time Art, Sculpture Installation

Constantin Brâncuși. Young Bird. Paris 1928 | MoMA

Constantin Brâncuși. Young Bird. Paris 1928. Bronze 16 x 8 1/4 x 12" (40.5 x 21 x 30.4 cm), on a two-part pedestal of limestone 9 1/4" (23.5 cm) high, and oak 23 3/4" (60.3 cm) high (carved by the artist). 16 × 8 1/4 × 12" (40.6 × 21 × 30.5 cm) Other (stone): 9 1/4" (23.5 cm) Pedestal (overall): 36 × 13 1/2 × 14" (91.4 × 34.3 × 35.6 cm). Gift of Mr. and Mrs. William A. M. Burden. 498.1964. © Succession Brancusi - All rights reserved (ARS) 2018. Painting and Sculpture

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Bird in Space – Constantin Brancusi (1923), Marble sculpture, 145x16.5cm. Metropolitan Museum of Art/ Florence M. Schoenborn. #ModernArt #ModernSculpture #EuropeanArt #20's #Twenties Action Painting, Modern Sculpture, Brancusi Sculpture, Constantin Brancusi, Figurative Kunst, Istoria Artei, Marble Sculpture, Bird Sculpture, Sculpture Installation

Constantin Brancusi | Bird in Space | The Metropolitan Museum of Art

John Quinn, New York (1923–d. 1924; purchased from the artist in December 1923 for Fr 25,000; his estate, 1924–26; sold in 1926 through Brummer Gallery, New York to Duchamp and Roché); Marcel Duchamp and Henri-Pierre Roché (1926; sold in 1926, for $1,000, to Levy); Edgar A

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