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 (lĭp′shĭts), Jacques 1891-1973.
Russian-born French sculptor who was associated with the cubists. His works include The Rape of Europa (1941) and The Prayer (1943).

Lipchitz

(ˈlɪpʃɪts)
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(Biography) Jacques (ʒɑːk). 1891–1973, US sculptor, born in Lithuania: he pioneered cubist sculpture

Lip•chitz

(ˈlɪp ʃɪts)

n.
Jacques, 1891–1973, U.S. sculptor, born in Lithuania.
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Noun1.Lipchitz - United States sculptor (born in Lithuania) who pioneered cubist sculpture (1891-1973)
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The sculptor Jacques Lipchitz described the pre-Raphaelite beauty as "a strange girl, slender, with a long oval face which seemed almost white rather than flesh color.
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Recordemos, por un momento, que esta misma tension expuesta desde sus polos esenciales sera la misma que nos muestra Brancusi con su Inicio del mundo y con su Columna sin fin, la primera de mediados de los veinte y la segunda de mediados de los treinta, o asi mismo, de forma no tan disociada, la que nos presentan tanto Zadkine como Lipchitz, autores todos ellos de signo prometeico--denotando con ello, con la coagulacion sobre su obra del presente sustrato mitologico, el estar trabajando, vivenciando todos ellos, un problema relativo, como ya expusimos, a las vicisitudes de una epoca-.
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23) Diego Rivera, (24) Angelina Beloff, Maria Blanchard y Jacques Lipchitz y su esposa, Besthe Kristover, partieron de Paris a mediados de julio de 1914 rumbo a Palma de Mallorca, via Marsella, de vacaciones.
He had a list of some 3,000 prominent persons and managed in thirteen months, with the aid of consular officials, to get about a thousand out, including artists Marc Chagall and Jacques Lipchitz.
Este grupo de jovenes realiza sus obras despues de una profunda investigacion de los escultores innovadores del momento como Alexander Porfirievich Archipenko, Amedeo Modigliani, Constantin Brancusi, Jacques Lipchitz, Raymond Duchamp-Villon y Victorio Macho (Ferrero Acosta, 1991.
To name just a few: Hannah Arendt, a German political theorist and historian; Marc Chagall, a russian Jew by birth, whose surrealist art had flowered in Paris in the 1920s; and Jacques Lipchitz, a Cubist sculptor and colleague of Pablo Picasso, whose artistry continued to damn Hitler's policies and actions long after his arrival in the United States in 1940.
Among those saved were Marc Chagall, Hannah Arendt, Marcel Duchamp, Alma Mahler, Max Ernst, and Jacques Lipchitz, as well as opposition leaders of Europe's socialist and liberal parties.
Opened in 2003, the New Orleans Museum of Art's (NOMA) internationally acclaimed Sculpture Garden contains 63 striking examples of 20th and 21st-century sculpture, including works by Leonard Baskin, Deborah Butterfield, Barbara Hepworth, Jacques Lipchitz, Henry Moore, Claes Oldenburg, Auguste Rodin, and George Segal.