Constantin Brancusi | the artist




The artist Constantin Brancusi
Born Febr 19 1876, Hobita, Romania.
Died March 16 1957 Paris, France.

Style and technique of the artist: Sculpture Objects, Photography, Organic Abstraction, Documenta Kassel,

It’s hard to imagine a more perfect depiction of love than "The Kiss," Constantin Brancusi’s blocky stone sculpture of a nose-to-nose, belly-to-belly couple bound by encircling arms. Brancusi’s powerful elemental shapes, carved from stone, wood, and marble, remain touchstones of modern art.


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Romanian sculptor Constantin Brancusi (1876-1957) was a central figure of the modern movement and a pioneer of abstraction. His sculpture is noted for its visual elegance and sensitive use of materials, combining the directness of peasant carving with the sophistication of the Parisian avant-garde…
Cel mai mare sculptor al secolului XX,  Constantin Brancusi, figura centrala in miscarea artistica moderna si un pionier al abstractizarii este considerat parintele sculpturii moderne. Sculpturile sale se remarca prin eleganta formei si utilizarea sensibila a materialelor, combinand simplitatea artei populare romanesti cu rafinamentul avant-gardei pariziene.
Works in the TATE collection
Works in the Guggenheim collection
Works in the MOMA collection


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