New York: Thames and Hudson, Inc, 1996. Hardcover. Black cloth, grey ill. DJ. 272 pp. 100 bw plates and 344 color plates. As New in shrinkwrap. Item #123252
Our good friends at Ursus Books have described this volume as such: "This volume is a catalogue raisonne of the years 1909-1941, the period when Lipchitz lived and worked in Paris. This period includes works in several styles, focussing on the bronzes, the cubist stone carvings and the series of wood constructions created in 1915-1916. Lipchitz was the first sculptor to succesfully translate the cubist idiom into sculpture and the principles of cubism continued to inform his work throughout his lifetime."
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