Original, Signed, Jacques Lipchitz Ink Drawing

1478725582524.jpgOriginal, Signed, Jacques Lipchitz Ink Drawing
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"Running Figures" - Signed, ink-on-paper, figural study by important, Lithuanian born, Paris educated artist Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973).

From The Art Story: "Lipchitz will be remembered for his achievements in the development of Cubism, particularly in his transformation of the formal characteristics of the style from painting into three-dimensional works. Along with Picasso, his work influenced many artists, including Henri Laurens and Umberto Boccioni, who was instrumental in developing Italian Futurist sculpture."

From Wikipedia: "He was one of 250 sculptors who exhibited in the Third Sculpture International Exhibition held at the Philadelphia Museum of Art in the summer of 1949. He has been identified among seventy of those sculptors in a photograph Life magazine published that was taken at the exhibition. In 1954 a Lipchitz retrospective traveled from The Museum of Modern Art in New York to the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and The Cleveland Museum of Art. In 1959, his series of small bronzes To the Limit of the Possible was shown at Fine Arts Associates in New York."

Dimensions:  27in. Height x 25.75in. Width
Period:  c.1960
Materials:  Ink on Paper
Place of Origin:  United States