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First designer to work with bakelite

Friedrich Adler (1878 – 1942) was a German designer, educator, and artist. He was well-known for his work in the Art Nouveau and Art Deco genres of metals design. He was also the first to employ bakelite in his designs. He created his designs with a wide range of things and materials.Read More →

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Harry Bertoia was a sculptor, printmaker, jeweller, and furniture designer. He was born in San Lorenzo, Udine, and worked in the United States professionally. During World War Two he worked with Ray and Charles Eames on moulded-plywood technology. He worked primarily as a sculptor from the mid-1950s onwards. His sculpture was prominently featured in many of Eero Saarinen’s buildings.Read More →

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Louis Rault (1847 – 1903) was a French Sculptor, engraver, silversmith and jewellery designer.Between 1868 and 1875, Rault worked in the Boucheron workshop on the Place Vendรดme in Paris. At the end of the nineteenth century, he set up a workshop where he produced silver and jewellery in the Art Nouveau style.Read More →

Hermine the 'Otter' created in bronze

Jan and Joel Martel (1896 – 1966) were twin brothers and French sculptors. They were born in Nantes and active in Paris. Cement, glass, steel, mirrors, ceramics, lacquers, and synthetics were all used in their projects.Read More →

Gustave Miklos sculpture featured image

In the French army during World War I, he discovered the art of Greece and Byzantium. In Paris after the war, he met Jacques Doucet, for whom he designed silverware, enamels, tapestries and carpets for the residence on the avenue du Bois (today avenue Foch). In c1923 he turned to sculpture and completed commissions for Doucet and others in a Cubist style.Read More →

Isamu Noguchi featured image

Isamu Noguchi (1904โ€“1988), was an American sculptor and designer. He was born in Los Angeles and professionally active in New York. He was influential and well-received in the twentieth century. He produced sculptures, gardens, furniture and lighting designs, ceramics, architecture, and set designs throughout his lifetime of creative experimentation. His work, both subtle and bold, traditional and modern, set a new standard for reintegrating the arts.Read More →

Square and Circles by Barbara Hepworth

In 1926, she settled in London. Between 1929-39, she lived in Hampstead; from 1931, she worked with Ben Nicholson. 1931โ€”35, was a member of the Seven by Five Society, London. In 1933, she became a member of Abstraction-Crรฉation, Paris; Read More →

Augustus Saint-Gaudens

Augustus Saint-Gaudens (1848 – 1907) Irish American sculptorRead More →

Experimental Sculptures

If you follow artist Aaron De La Cruz on IG you know heโ€™s been experimenting with sculptural takes on his signature shapes for some time now. Two editions are currently available via his web shop โ€“ A Perfect Day & A Perfect Night .Read More →

Paul Howard Manship

Paul Howard Manship was an American Sculptor. He was influenced by Hindu and Buddhist Indian Sculpture.

He began his artistic education at the St. Paul School of Art in Minnesota, and he attended the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts before moving onto New York City’s Art Student League. Throughout his subsequent career, he created more than 700 sculptural pieces in stone and marble.Read More →

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ร‰mile Bernaux was a French sculptor and furniture designer. He was born in Paris in 1883.Read More →

Monument Man - The Life and Art of Daniel Chester French

The definitive biography of Daniel Chester French, the sculptor of the Lincoln Memorial, John Harvard in Harvard Yard, and The Minute Man in Concord, Massachusetts.Read More →

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For Valรฉrie Hadida, the deep, protective partnerships fostered between women provide the foundation for her practice. The French artist casts bronze sculptures that are poetic and nuanced, depicting female figures wearing contemplative and composed expressions. “Read More →

Maya Lin - Vietnam Veterans Memorial

Vietnam Veterans War Memorial Maya Lin is an American architect. She was born in Athens,Read More →