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2 edition of possibilities of space: fifty years of British sculptors" drawings found in the catalog.

possibilities of space: fifty years of British sculptors" drawings

Portsmouth. Aspex Gallery.

possibilities of space: fifty years of British sculptors" drawings

catalogue of an exhibition, Jan.-Feb., 1988.

by Portsmouth. Aspex Gallery.

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Published by The Gallery .
Written in English


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Pagination16 p. :
Number of Pages16
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19730023M

Marino Marini, Horse and Rider, ‐53 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, D. C. - key figure in mid-century Italian art, especially post-war figuration, responding in large part to the effect that WWII and Italian fascism had on his country and people; sculpture captured the the unsettled mood of post-war Europe. After the bad years were over, a sudden revival of international trade took place; and, as the British exports rose in four years ( to ) by nearly 24 percent, it began to be said that there was no reason for being alarmed by foreign competition; that the decline of exports in – was only temporary, and general in Europe; and.

The World War I became a catalyst for an even more activist stance among many Expressionists. With the collapse of Imperial rule in and the formation of the Weimar Republic, many artists who had been connected to expressionist groups before the War established new organizations such as the Arbeitsrat für Kunst (Work Council for Art) (fig. 4) and the Novembergruppe (November group) which.   Arts and Leisure Guide. Edited by Ann Barry. Ernst and other Surrealist sculptors, and who broke into the New York art world in the 's at the Levy and Kootz galleries, is being given a.

Fifty years on from this pioneering beginning, the Gallery still strives to build on its international reputation through its collection and creative programming. Throughout the Gallery will undergo a series of re-hangs to celebrate its 50th anniversary. Bridging the Divide: Arts and Crafts/ Modern Sculpture In British Sculpture and Sculptors of To-day, Spielmann included figures we might not necessarily expect to find in a book about “sculptors of to-day.”Walter Crane (–), for example, was widely regarded as a craftsman and designer rather than as a sculptor, yet Spielmann saw fit to include him in his survey.


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