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

Jacques, 1891–1973, U.S. sculptor, born in Lithuania.
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