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Alberto Giacometti

Trois hommes qui marchent (grand plateau)

Alberto Giacometti

Alberto Giacometti

Trois hommes qui marchent (grand plateau)

Trois hommes qui marchent (grand plateau)

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Alberto Giacometti

1901 - 1966


Trois hommes qui marchent (grand plateau)

inscribed A. Giacometti, numbered 5/6 and inscribed with the foundry mark .Alexis Rudier. .Fondeur. Paris.

painted bronze

height: 28 ½ in. 72.5 cm

Conceived in 1948 and cast in 1952.


The authenticity of this work has been confirmed by the Comité Giacometti and it is recorded in the Alberto Giacometti database as AGD 4459.


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阿爾伯托・賈柯梅蒂

1901 - 1966年

《三個行走的男人(大平台)》


款識︰藝術家銘刻 A. Giacometti、標記 5/6並銘刻鑄造廠商 Alexis Rudier. .Fondeur. Paris

著色青銅

高︰28 ½ 英寸;72.5 公分

1948年構思,1952年鑄造


賈柯梅蒂協會已為此作提供認證,並已錄入阿爾伯托・賈柯梅蒂資料庫,編號 AGD 4459。

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Galerie Maeght, Paris
Acquired from the above in 1952 by the present owner
Exh. Cat., Basel, Kunsthalle, André Masson—Alberto Giacometti, 1950, no. 107, illustration of another cast
Exh. Cat., New York, Pierre Matisse Gallery, Alberto Giacometti, 1950, p. 4, illustration of another cast
Exh. Cat., Kassel, Germany, Documenta II, 1959, no. 1, p. 75, illustration of another cast
Exh. Cat., New York, Sidney Janis Gallery, XXth Century Artists, 1960, illustration of another cast
Jacques Dupin, Alberto Giacometti, 1962, p. 245, illustration of another cast
Poul Vad, “Giacometti” Signum II, Copenhagen, 1962, p. 35
Palma Bucarelli, Alberto Giacometti, Rome, 1962, pl. 33, illustration of another cast
Michel Courtois, “La Figuration magique de Giacometti,” Art International, vol. 6, no. 5/6, Summer 1962, p. 39, illustration of another cast (titled Groupe: 3 hommes I)
Exh. Cat., Zurich, Kunsthaus, Alberto Giacometti, 1962-63, no. 34, p. 8, illustration of another cast
Exh. Cat., Basel, Galerie Beyeler, Alberto Giacometti, 1963, no. 33, illustration of another cast
Raoul-Jean Moulin, Giacometti: Sculptures, New York, 1964, pl. 5, illustration of anther cast
Alexander Watt, “Alberto Giacometti: The Pursuit of the Unapproachable,” Studio, vol. 167, no. 849, New York, 1964, p. 22, illustration of another cast
Exh. Cat., New York, The Museum of Modern Art, Alberto Giacometti, 1965, no 32, p. 55, illustration of another cast
Exh. Cat., London, Tate Gallery, Alberto Giacometti: Sculpture, Paintings, Drawings 1913-1965, 1965, p. 5, illustration of another cast
Michel Ragon, “Alberto Giacometti, Peintre et sculpteur,” Jardin des Arts, no. 158, January 1968, p. 7, illustration of another cast (titled Groupe de trois hommes)
Franz Meyer, Alberto Giacometti: Eine Kunst existentieller Wirklichkeit, Frauenfeld, Stuttgart, 1968, pp. 158 and 160
Carlo Huber, Alberto Giacometti, Geneva, 1970, p. 76, illustration of another cast 
Bettina von Meyenburg-Campell and Dagmar Hnikova, eds., Die Sammlung der Alberto Giacometti-Stiftung, Zurich, 1971, p. 123, illustration of another cast (titled Trois hommes qui marchant (séparés))
Reinhold Hohl, Alberto Giacometti, New York, 1971, no. 126, pp. 126, illustration of another cast
William Rubin, Three Generations of Twentieth-Century Art: The Sidney and Harriet Janis Collection of the Museum of Modern Art, New York, 1972, pp. 110-11, 184 and 226, no. 30, illustration of another cast
Exh. Cat., New York, The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, Alberto Giacometti. A Retrospective Exhibition, 1974, no. 55, p. 88 and on the cover, illustration of another cast
Bernard Lamarche-Vadel, Alberto Giacometti, New York, 1984, no. 183, illustration of another cast 
Exh. Cat., Paris, Centre Pompidou, Qu’est-ce que la sculpture moderne?, 1986, no. 208, p. 180; p. 183, illustration of another cast (dated 1948-49)
Albert E. Elsen, “What Isn’t Modern Sculpture?” ARTnews, vol. 86, no. 1, January 1987, p. 145, illustration of another cast (dated 1948-49)
Exh. Cat., Washington, D.C., The Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden and San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, Alberto Giacometti 1901-1966, 1988-89, p. 138
Exh. Cat., Basel, Galerie Beyeler, Alberto Giacometti, 1989, no. 14, pp. 48 and 49, illustrations in color of another cast (dated 1948-49)
Yves Bonnefoy, Alberto Giacometti: A Biography of his Work, Paris, 1991, no. 305, p. 333, illustration of another cast
Angela Schneider, ed., Alberto Giacometti: Sculpture, Paintings, Drawings, New York, 1994, no. 53, n.p., illustration of another cast 
David Sylvester, Looking at Giacometti, London, 1994, no. 193, pp. 149, 150 and 252; p. 193, illustration of another cast 
Exh. Cat., Madrid, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia, Alberto Giacometti: dibujo, escultura, pintura, 1990-91, no. 194, p. 449, illustration of another cast (titled Trois hommes qui marchent II)
Ángel González, Alberto Giacometti: Works, Writings, Interviews, Barcelona, 2006, p. 87, illustration in color of another cast
Exh. Cat., Paris, Centre Pompidou, The Studio of Alberto Giacometti: Collection of the Fondation Alberto et Annette Giacometti, Paris, 2007, p. 364, fig. 500, illustration of another cast installed in Alberto Giacometti exhibition at Galerie Maeght, 1951; p. 389 illustration of another cast installed in European Artists from A to V, Sidney Janis Gallery, 1961
Exh. Cat., New York, Gagosian Gallery, Alberto Giacometti—Francis Bacon. Isabel and Other Intimate Strangers, 2008, pp. 94, 97 and 232, illustration of other casts
Exh. Cat., Kunstmuseum Wolfsburg and Salzburg, Museum der Moderne Mönchsberg, Alberto Giacometti: The Origin of Space, 2010-11, p. 127, illustration of another cast
Ithaca, Cornell University, Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art, The David M. Solinger Collection: Masterworks of Twentieth Century Art, 2002-03, p. 61, illustrated in color