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 (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.
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Brancusi

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

(brɑŋˈku zi)

n.
Constantin, 1876–1957, Romanian sculptor.
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