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GIACOMETTI, Alberto (1901 – 1966) :WALKING MAN I, 1960

GIACOMETTI, Alberto (1901 – 1966) WALKING MAN I, 1960. Bronze sculpture, inscribed ‘Alberto Giacometti’ and ‘Epreuve de l’UNESCO’ (UNESCO proof) on the base; with foundry mark Susse Fondeur Paris. 183 x 25.5 x 95 cm. Date of entry at UNESCO. Acquisition made by …

Alberto Giacometti | Walking Man I (1960) | Artsy

About Alberto Giacometti. Alberto Giacometti is best known for his elongated, withered representations of the human form, including his 1960 sculpture Walking Man I, which in 2010 broke the record for a …

Giacometti ‘Walking Man’ Sculpture Sells For $104.3 Mill

Giacometti ‘Walking Man’ Sculpture Sells For $104.3 Mill Auction Record. Giacometti, a modern master known for his haunting sculptures of blank-faced Everymen, cast the work 60 years ago as part of a commission to plant several of his bronze figures on Chase …

Alberto Giacometti – Wikipedia

Education: The School of Fine Arts, Geneva

Walking Man I | CMOA Collection

Alberto Giacometti, 1960. Location Changes. Object locations are subject to change. If you are planning a visit to see a specific object or work of art, we suggest you contact us at [email protected] to confirm it will be on view.

L’Homme qui marche I – Wikipedia

L’Homme qui marche I. L’Homme qui marche I ( The Walking Man I or The Striding Man I, lit. The Man who Walks I) is the name of any one of the cast bronze sculptures that comprise six numbered editions plus four artist proofs created by Swiss sculptor Alberto Giacometti in 1961. On 3 February 2010, the second edition of the cast

Artist: Alberto Giacometti

Alberto Giacometti: The Walking Man | A R T L R K

Alberto Giacometti: The Walking Man Posted by ArtLark on January 11, 2019 in Art , Art History | 3 Comments On the 11 th of January 1966 , the Swiss artist Alberto Giacometti died in Chur, Switzerland.

Walking man II – Kröller-Müller Museum

People in motion. Alberto Giacometti is best known and admired for his tall, thin human figures in bronze. In this series of sculptures from the years 1945-1960, by his own account Giacometti is influenced by the impressions he takes from the people hurrying in the big city. He is …

Giacometti, Walking Man II (video) | Khan Academy

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Dec 02, 2016 · Alberto Giacometti, Walking Man II, 1960, bronze, 188.5 × 27.9 × 110.7 cm (National Gallery of Art, Washington) Speakers: Dr. Beth Harris and Dr. Steven Zucker. Created by Beth Harris and Steven Zucker.

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