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Red Riders

Alexander Calder (Philadelphia 1898 - New York 1976)


Red Riders

Lot-No. 276

Proceeds : 700 €


1973, lithograph in colours, 58 x 77,5 cm, lo. ri. autographed Calder, lo. le. num. 125/150, unframed. - US sculptor from a family of artists, studied painting in New York 1923-26 a. worked as commercial artist. In 1926 he went to Paris where he shared a studio with A. Breker a. created the first of his famous kinetic sculptures that were later named 'Mobiles' by M. Duchamp. At the Académie de la Grande Chaumière he met P. Mondrian a. F. Legér. In 1931 he had his first solo exhibition in Paris, later he exhibited also at the Documenta I to III. Sometimes his works refer to those of his friend J. Miró.

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Alexander Calder: Red Riders


Alexander Calder (Philadelphia 1898 - New York 1976)

Red Riders

Lot-No. 276

Proceeds : 700 €

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1973, lithograph in colours, 58 x 77,5 cm, lo. ri. autographed Calder, lo. le. num. 125/150, unframed. - US sculptor from a family of artists, studied painting in New York 1923-26 a. worked as commercial artist. In 1926 he went to Paris where he shared a studio with A. Breker a. created the first of his famous kinetic sculptures that were later named 'Mobiles' by M. Duchamp. At the Académie de la Grande Chaumière he met P. Mondrian a. F. Legér. In 1931 he had his first solo exhibition in Paris, later he exhibited also at the Documenta I to III. Sometimes his works refer to those of his friend J. Miró.

Red Riders