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Jean Arp

Torse-gerbe

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Jean Arp

Jean Arp

Torse-gerbe

Torse-gerbe

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Eternal Style: A Private American Collection

Jean Arp

1886 - 1966

Torse-gerbe


stamped with the raised monogram HA (on the inside of the figure); numbered I/V and stamped with the raised monogram HA (on the underside of the base)

bronze

height: 30 ⅛ in. 76.6 cm.

Conceived in 1958; this example cast by Georges Rudier in 1960. 


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風華不朽:美國私人收藏

讓・阿爾普

1886 - 1966年

《軀幹》


款識:藝術家印刻浮凸姓名縮寫HA(雕像內部);標記I/V並印刻浮凸姓名縮寫HA(底座底面)

青銅

高:30 ⅛ 英寸;76.6 公分

1958年構思;此作在1960年由喬治・魯迪爾鑄造

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Galerie Denise René, Paris
Arthur and Molly Stern, Rochester (acquired from the above on 11 May 1960)
Hokin Gallery, Palm Beach (acquired from the above)
Acquired from the above on 2 March 1979 by the present owner

Michel Seuphor, Arp, Amsterdam, 1961, no. 19, n.p., illustration of the marble

Exh. Cat., New York, Sidney Janis Gallery, Arp, 1963, p. 6, illustration of another cast; n.p., illustration of the marble

Herbert Read, The Art of Jean Arp, London, 1968, no. 114, n.p., illustration of the marble

Eduard Trier, Marguerite Arp-Hagenbach and François Arp, Jean Arp, Sculpture: His Last Ten Years, New York, 1968, no. 180, p. 6, illustration of another cast

Eduard Trier, Jean Arp. Sculptures 1957-1966, Stuttgart, 1968, no. 180, p. 6, illustration of another cast

Exh. Cat., Stuttgart, Württembergischer Kunstverein; Strasbourg, Musée d'Art Moderne; Paris, Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville; Minneapolis, Institute of Art; Boston, Museum of Fine Arts and San Francisco, Museum of Modern Art,

Arp 1886-1966,

1986-88,

 p. 233, illustration of the marble 

Exh. Cat. New York, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, Jean Arp: From the Collections of Mme Marguerite Arp and Arthur and Madeleine Lejwa, 1972, n.p., illustration of another cast

Edmund Burke Feldman, Varieties of Visual Experience: Art as Image and Idea, New York, 1972, p. 25, illustrated

Ionel Jianou, Jean Arp, Paris, 1973, p. 75, illustration of another cast 

Exh. Cat., Madrid, Museo Español de Arte Contemporaneo, Jean Arp, Escultruas, Relieves, Obra Sobre Papel, Tapices, 1985, p. 113, illustration of another cast 

Edmund Burke Feldman, Varieties of Visual Experience: Art as Image and Idea, New York, 1987, p. 25, illustrated 

Serge Fauchereau, Arp, New York, 1988, p. 83, plaster illustrated (titled Torso-Bundle)

Arie Hartog and Kai Fischer, Jean Arp, Sculptures, A Critical Survey, Bonn, 2012, no. 180, pp. 137 & 315, illustration of another cast 

Rochester, University of Rochester Memorial Art Gallery, The Arthur and Molly Stern Collection, 1962 (incorrectly listed as cast 3/5 and with dimensions excluding base)