Constantin Brâncuşi, Le Baiser, 1909

Constantin Brâncuşi, Le Baiser, 1909

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Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957) was one of the founding figures of modern sculpture and one of the most original artists of the twentieth-century. His groundbreaking carvings introduced abstraction and primitivism into sculpture for the first time, and were as important as Picasso’s paintings to the development of modern art.Constantin Brancusi  Sleeping Muse 1909-10  Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture   ADAGR, Paris and DACS, London 2004

Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957) was one of the founding figures of modern sculpture and one of the most original artists of the twentieth-century. His groundbreaking carvings introduced abstraction and primitivism into sculpture for the first time, and were as important as Picasso’s paintings to the development of modern art.Constantin Brancusi Sleeping Muse 1909-10 Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture ADAGR, Paris and DACS, London 2004

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Constantin Brancusi sculptures at Centre Pompidou.

Constantin Brancusi sculptures at Centre Pompidou.

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Constantin Brancusi - Signorina Pogany III (1933)

Constantin Brancusi - Signorina Pogany III (1933)

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Brancusi.  Ro: "Sunt imbecili cei care spun despre lucrările mele că ar fi abstracte; ceea ce ei numesc abstract este cel mai pur realism, deoarece realitatea nu este reprezentată de forma exterioară, ci de ideea din spatele ei, de esenţa lucrurilor(Brâncuşi). En: "They are imbeciles who call my work abstract. That which they call abstract is the most realistic, because what is real is not the exterior but the idea, the essence of things." (Constantin Brancusi)

Brancusi. Ro: "Sunt imbecili cei care spun despre lucrările mele că ar fi abstracte; ceea ce ei numesc abstract este cel mai pur realism, deoarece realitatea nu este reprezentată de forma exterioară, ci de ideea din spatele ei, de esenţa lucrurilor(Brâncuşi). En: "They are imbeciles who call my work abstract. That which they call abstract is the most realistic, because what is real is not the exterior but the idea, the essence of things." (Constantin Brancusi)

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Constantin Brancusi, Young Bird, Paris, 1928. Bronze on a two-part pedestal of limestone and oak

Constantin Brancusi, Young Bird, Paris, 1928. Bronze on a two-part pedestal of limestone and oak

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Collection Online | Constantin Brancusi. Muse (La Muse). 1912 - Guggenheim Museum

Collection Online | Constantin Brancusi. Muse (La Muse). 1912 - Guggenheim Museum

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Brancusi (Romanian sculptor): Bird in Space (1928 version; bronze, limestone and wood). Museum of Modern Art, New York. See also: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/533958099544532902/

Brancusi (Romanian sculptor): Bird in Space (1928 version; bronze, limestone and wood). Museum of Modern Art, New York. See also: http://www.pinterest.com/pin/533958099544532902/

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“Some idiots call my work abstract, in spite of the fact that what they call abstract is actually the most real of all — not the outer appearance, but the concept or essence of things”--Constantin Brancusi.

“Some idiots call my work abstract, in spite of the fact that what they call abstract is actually the most real of all — not the outer appearance, but the concept or essence of things”--Constantin Brancusi.

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Constantin Brancusi, L'Oiseau dans l'espace, 1927-1933

Constantin Brancusi, L'Oiseau dans l'espace, 1927-1933

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