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Alexander Calder, Cactus provisoire

Alexander Calder, Cactus provisoire

What more could a girl want than tiny, wearable sculpture?  Alexander Calder silver brooch, c. 1942, composed of a single wire planished into spiral and scroll motifs. Sold for $38,775

What more could a girl want than tiny, wearable sculpture? Alexander Calder silver brooch, c. 1942, composed of a single wire planished into spiral and scroll motifs. Sold for $38,775

Alexander Calder. In 1930, Calder visited the studio of Piet Mondrian in Paris and was deeply impressed by a wall of colored paper rectangles that Mondrian continually repositioned for compositional experiments. He recalled later in life that this experience "shocked" him toward total abstraction. For three weeks following this visit, he created solely abstract paintings, only to discover that he did indeed prefer sculpture to painting

Alexander Calder. In 1930, Calder visited the studio of Piet Mondrian in Paris and was deeply impressed by a wall of colored paper rectangles that Mondrian continually repositioned for compositional experiments. He recalled later in life that this experience "shocked" him toward total abstraction. For three weeks following this visit, he created solely abstract paintings, only to discover that he did indeed prefer sculpture to painting

Alexander Calder

Alexander Calder

Brooch | Alexander Calder.  Brass and steel wire.  ca. 1940

Brooch | Alexander Calder. Brass and steel wire. ca. 1940

Alexander Calder (1930)

Alexander Calder (1930)

Necklace | Alexander Calder, 1940. Hammered silver.

Necklace | Alexander Calder, 1940. Hammered silver.

Brooch | Alexander Calder.  Silver.  ca. 1940

Brooch | Alexander Calder. Silver. ca. 1940

Alexander Calder, Untitled 1946.

Alexander Calder, Untitled 1946.

American sculptor and artist Alexander Calder photographed in Paris 1929, by Hungarian born Photographer André Kertész.

American sculptor and artist Alexander Calder photographed in Paris 1929, by Hungarian born Photographer André Kertész.