Brancusi


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Bran·cu·si

 (brăn-ko͞o′zē, bräng-ko͞osh′), Constantin 1876-1957.
Romanian-born sculptor who settled in Paris in 1904. He broke sharply with the realist tradition, making abstract sculptures, chiefly in metal and stone, of great geometric simplicity.

Brancusi

(bræŋˈkuːzɪ; Romanian briŋˈkuʃj)
n
(Biography) Constantin (konstanˈtin). 1876–1957, Romanian sculptor, noted for his streamlined abstractions of animal forms

Bran•cu•si

(brɑŋˈku zi)

n.
Constantin, 1876–1957, Romanian sculptor.
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Sleeping Girl' is one of the great masterpieces of the 20th century, counting iconic depictions of women by Pablo Picasso, Constantin Brancusi and Amedeo Modigliani among its peers," commented Tobias Meyer, Sotheby's Worldwide Head of Contemporary Art.
During her years in Paris, John met many of the leading artistic personalities of her time, including painters Matisse and Picasso and the sculptor Brancusi.
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The MONEYworks Bronze and Art Exhibition bringing the works of Picasso and Brancusi to our emperor hall will surely add value to the lifestyle experience of residents and to its visitors," Bin Sougat added.