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When Alexander “Sandy” Calder (1898–1976), arrived in Paris in 1926, he aspired to be a painter; when he left in 1933, he had evolved into the artist we know today: an international figure and defining force in twentieth-century sculpture. In these seven years Calder’s fluid, animating drawn line transformed from two dimensions to three, from ink and paint to wire, and his radical innovations incl...

When Alexander “Sandy” Calder arrived in Paris in he aspired…

Alexander Calder - memories of school field trip to Guggenheim to see his mobiles/stabiles

Alexander Calder - memories of school field trip to Guggenheim to see his mobiles/stabiles Sculpture mobile

Santos, 1956  Oil on plywood  33 7/8" x 45 1/2"  Calder Foundation, New York  A02965

Alexander Calder "Santos" 1956 Oil on plywood 33 x 45 Calder Foundation, New York

Alexander Calder 1950.    Performing Seal  Painted sheet metal and steel wire, 33 x 23 x 36 inches. Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.

Performing Seal — Alexander Calder, 1950 — Sheet metal, steel wire and color

34 Entrances Halls That Make a Stylish First Impression Photos | Architectural Digest

33 Entrances Halls That Make a Stylish First Impression

Thomas O’Brien pendant lights from Aero join an Alexandre Noll sculpture (far end) and a Donald Baechler painting (right) in the entrance hall; an Alexander Calder lithograph is mounted at the bottom of the staircase.

Alexander Calder, Object with Red Discs, 1931. Painted steel rod, wire, wood, and sheet aluminum, 88 1/2 × 33 × 47 1/2 in. (224.8 × 83.8 × 1...

Alexander Calder, Object With Red Discs, Painted steel rod + wire + wood + sheet aluminum, 10 ft, artist statement: subjective viewpoint

Alexander Calder - Black Sun, lithograph on wove paper

American artist Alexander Calder changed the course of modern art by developing a method of bending and twisting wire to create three-dimensional “drawings in space.

Alexander Calder - " Le champignon ", c. 1956 - Black painted metal stabile - 62,2 x 40,6 x 33 cm

Alexander Calder - " Le champignon ", c. 1956 - Black painted metal stabile - x x 33 cm

From Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA), Alexander Calder, Untitled (LACMA Poster) (1965), Color lithograph on paper, 33 × 25 in

From Los Angeles Modern Auctions (LAMA), Alexander Calder, Untitled (LACMA Poster) Color lithograph on paper, 33 × 25 in

Alexander Calder |  Elephant, 1936  Sheet metal and paint  27 1/2" x 33" x 35"  Private Collection, New York  A00681

Alexander Calder | Elephant, 1936 Sheet metal and paint 27 1/2" x 33" x 35" Private Collection, New York A00681

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