Bronze Sculpture by Elie Nadelman (February 20, 1882—December 28, 1946)
Nadelman was born and studied briefly in Warsaw and then visited Munich in 1902 where he became interested in Classical antiquities at the Glptothek. He lived in Paris from 1904 to 1914, closely involved with the avant-garde, exhibiting at the Societe des Artistes Independants and at the Salon d'Autonmne from 1905 to 1908. His first solo exhibition in 1909 at the Galerie Druet, Paris, revealed a large series of plaster and bronze classical female heads and full-length standing nudes and mannered Cubist drawings; the latter purchased by Leo Stein, who had brought Picasso to Nadelman's studio in 1908. Nadelman's work in this early period (1905–12) was of crucial importance for early 20th-century modern sculpture.
15.75" tall X 6.5" wide X 6" deep
40 cm X 16.5 cm X 15 cm
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