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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).


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


(ˈlɪp ʃɪts)

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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noted art law counsel and stepson of the artist, on behalf of the Jacques & Yulla Lipchitz Foundation based in New York.
Moving past bronzes by Henry Moore, Jacques Lipchitz, Seymour Lipton, Arnaldo Pomodoro and Roy Lichtenstein, we went inside.
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.
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.
The selection of illustrations is curious: why, for example, are there four images by the 19th-century genre painter Moritz Oppenheim, and two images each for Jacques Lipchitz and Amedeo Modigliani, when it surely would have been more illuminating to represent a wider range of artists?
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Lipchitz, Constitutional Law: Third-Party Consent to Seizure of Taxicab Passenger Does Not Violate Passenger's Fourth Amendment Rights, 35 SUFFOLK U.
Jacques Lipchitz for one, Marc Chagall for another.
Antroji--Vakaru modernizmo klasiku Jacques Lipchitz, Jacob Epstein, Henry Motore ikveptu modernizuotu monumentaliosios (paminklines) ir dekoratyvines plastikos kuriniu atsiradimas viesosiose miesto erdvese.
For Cooper, curator of the seminal 1970-71 exhibition "The Cubist Epoch," Lipchitz produced important sculpture only in the short period between those dates, when, under the influence of Juan Gris and Henri Laurens, his works embodied the narrow category of Synthetic Cubism.
We have Boris Taslitxky's Head of Gericault by Lipchitz (1937) and Edouard Vuillard's impressionist look at statuettes on the mantelpiece in the Rue de Calais (1919).
The Ministry not only heralded Brazil's espousal of modernism: this realisation of Le Corbusier's sketch design brought together an extraordinarily talented team that included Niemeyer, Lucio Costa (subsequently planner for Brasilia), modernist pioneer Affonso Reidy, painter Candido Portinari (responsible for the blue azulejo walls), sculptor Jacques Lipchitz, and a young Burle Marx.