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Romantic Venice Italy Peggy Guggenheim Collection Photo
Sculpture by Alexander Calder circa 1965 poised on the terrace of the Peggy Guggenheim Collection overlooking the Grand Canal. © Susan Breslow Sardone .
Top 9 Books About Venice, Italy - Honeymoons/Romantic Travel
Sculpture by Alexander Calder on the terrace of Venice's Peggy Guggenheim Collection. - © Susan. Sculpture by Alexander Calder on the terrace of Venice's ...
Alexander Calder Bio - American Kinetic Sculptor Alexander Calder
A biographical profile of Alexander Calder (1898-1976), American sculptor.
Alexander Calder - Double Gong, 1953 - Art History - About.com
Alexander Calder (American, 1898-1976). Double Gong, 1953. Painted metal and brass. 60 x 132 in. (152.4 x 335.3 cm). Doris and Donald Fisher Collection at  ...
Alexander Calder - Sumac V, 1953 - Art History - About.com
Miró, Calder, Giacometti, Braque: Aimé Maeght and His Artists highlighted both the extraordinary roster of artists who chose to be represented by Galerie Maeght  ...
"Sandy's Butterfly" by Alexander Calder - Long Island, NY - About.com
"Sandy's Butterfly" by Alexander Calder is one of many sculptures that adorn the grounds of the Nassau County Museum of Art, Long Island, NY.
Plaster Frieze by Alexander Calder - Gallery of Artificial Rocks
Plaster is a fine mortar mix for finishing and sculpture. Alexander Calder, Ben Calder's father, made this 1915 bas-relief representing "Wealth of the Earth" for the ...
Photo of Spiny Top, Curly Bottom by Alexander Calder at the Getty ...
See a picture of the Spiny Top, Curly Bottom statue by Alexander Calder at the Getty Museum in Los Angeles California and learn more about it.
Alexander Calder: Meet the Artist! Kids' Book - Children's Books
Alexander Calder: Meet the Artist! is a colorful interactive nonfiction children's book with pop-up and lift the flap features.
Art History Glossary - M - mobile - About.com
(noun) - A mobile is a kinetic sculpture invented by Alexander Calder in the late 1920s. Rumor has it that that prankster, Marcel Duchamp, actually coined the ...
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