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Lithuanian Sculptors: Jacques Lipchitz, Juozas Kalinauskas, Vytautas Kazimieras Jonynas, Boris Schatz, Juozas Zikaras, Marius Grusas

Lithuanian Sculptors: Jacques Lipchitz, Juozas Kalinauskas, Vytautas Kazimieras Jonynas, Boris Schatz, Juozas Zikaras, Marius Grusas

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Purchase includes a free trial membership in the publisher's book club where you can select from more than a million books without charge. Chapters: Jacques Lipchitz, Juozas Kalinauskas, Vytautas Kazimieras Jonynas, Boris Schatz, Juozas Zikaras, Marius GruA?as, Teisutis Zikaras, Benjaminas JakA?eviA?ius, Algimantas Sakalauskas, KA?stutis AntanA?lis, Rimantas Sakalauskas, Gintaras Karosas, Vincas Grybas, Vaclovas Krutinis, Rimantas A ulskis. Source: Wikipedia. Free updates online. Not illustrated. Excerpt: Jacques Lipchitz (August 22, 1891 - May 16, 1973) was a Cubist sculptor. Jacques Lipchitz was born Chaim Jacob Lipchitz, son of a building contractor in Druskininkai, Lithuania, then within the Russian Empire. At first, under the influence of his father, he studied engineering, but soon after, supported by his mother he moved to Paris (1909) to study at the A?cole des Beaux-Arts and the AcadA©mie Julian. It was there, in the artistic communities of Montmartre and Montparnasse that he joined a group of artists that included Juan Gris and Pablo Picasso as well as where his friend, Amedeo Modigliani, painted The Sculptor Jacques Lipchitz and His Wife Berthe Lipchitz. Living in this environment, Lipchitz soon began to create Cubist sculpture. In 1912 he exhibited at the Salon de la SociA©tA© Nationale des Beaux-Arts and the Salon d'Automne with his first solo show held at LA©once Rosenberg's Galerie L'Effort Moderne in Paris in 1920. In 1922 he was commissioned by the Barnes Foundation in Merion, Pennsylvania to execute five bas-reliefs. With artistic innovation at its height, in the 1920s he experimented with abstract forms he called transparent sculptures. Later he developed a more dynamic style, which he applied with telling effect to bronze figure and animal compositions. With the German occupation of France during World War II, and the deportation of Jews to the Nazi death camps, Jacques Lipchitz had to flee France. With the assista.