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Alexander Calder

1898 - 1976
Lawnton, United States

22 Works exhibited on Kooness

Works by Alexander Calder

Spring Carnival

1965

64.1 x 44.5cm

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Galactic System

1974

71.8 x 51.8cm

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Le Point de Non-Retour

1969

71.8 x 50.8cm

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Spirals and Forms

1965

96.5 x 66cm

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Caracol

1975

77.5 x 57.2cm

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Pennants

1965

78.7 x 58.4cm

13787,20 €

Landscape

1975

111.8 x 76.8cm

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Seahorse

1975

53.3 x 71.1cm

16639,73 €

June 4th

1973

20.3 x 25.4cm

713,13 €

Derrier from Derriere Le Miroir

1968

27.9 x 38.1cm

427,88 €

Galerie Bellint

1979

52.1 x 81.3cm

950,84 €

La Vague

1971

57.2 x 88.9cm

1141,01 €

Damier from Derriere Le Miroir

1966

48.3 x 58.4cm

855,76 €

Balloons

1968

55.9 x 76.2cm

665,59 €

Seahorses

1975

12.1 x 91.4cm

1188,55 €

Flying Colors (Friendship Rings)

1974

66 x 50.8cm

1426,26 €

Le Fleur

1975

76.2 x 55.9cm

SOLD

Pinwheels and Pyramids

1970

111 x 75cm

SOLD

Alexander Calder was born in Philadelphia in 1898 and died in New York in 1976.

Alexander Calder best known for his innovation of the mobile suspended sheet metal and wire assemblies that are activated in space by air currents.

Visually fascinating and emotionally engaging, those sculptures — along with his monumental outdoor bolted sheet metal stabiles, which only imply movement— make Calder one of the most-recognizable and beloved modern artists.

He also made a smaller number of sculptures in the more-traditional materials of wood and bronze and did paintings, mostly in gouache, as well as drawings, including illustrations for books, and prints, and was an inventive designer of jewellery.