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  • The museum ' s permanent collection features paintings and prints by abstract artists such as Jean Arp , Sam Francis and Joan Mitchell .

    Chelsea Museum End Near

  • New York's Museum of Modern Art is joining in with its Jean Arp globby gold sculpture from 1957, "Evocation of a Human Form, Lunar Spectral," for at least $1.3 million at Sotheby's.

    Newly Bold Sellers Line Up in London

  • I prefer the purity of his spare, classical, abstract sculptures in marble, wood and steel — influenced by David Smith, Jean Arp and Constantin Brancusi — to his late mixed-media paintings, which dominate here.

    Playing With Sand, Wind and Fire

  • But Mr. Kelly's natural bent was toward reductive modernism, and his most telling influences came from the 1920s happy-shape abstract artists, Jean Arp and Sophie Taeuber-Arp, and from the sculptor Constantin Brancusi's "open studio" days when he invited anybody interested to drop in to his Paris atelier.

    Beautiful, Quiet and Spare

  • Sculptural, expressionistic and dynamic one polished black rock suggests a cross between Auguste Rodin and Jean Arp, they give this show artistic, natural and spiritual ballast.

    Rock, Paper, Sculpture

  • But works by artists like Max Beckmann, Jean Arp, Jacques Lipchitz and Joan Miró failed to find buyers.

    Sotheby's $61.3 Million Sale Disappoints; Picasso Goes Unsold

  • Évocation d'une forme humaine lunaire spectrale, '1950, by Jean Arp, in Strasbourg.

    Time Off Europe Calendar

  • Automatic Drawing by Jean Arp, single image dated 1918.

    Life of Brian:

  • Over 40 years ago, before the advent of the internet and other technologies, artist and poet Jean Arp said, Man has turned his back on silence.

    The Full Feed from HuffingtonPost.com

  • The sophistication of his curving designs was linked to the artistic tradition of Alexander Calder, Jean Arp and Fernand Léger.

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