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Two Acrobats from Derrière le Miroir, 1975

Lithograph
23 × 19 in
58.4 × 48.3 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$575
Ships from Long Island City, NY, US
Shipping: $45 continental US, $125 rest of world
location
Long Island City
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Though Alexander Calder was known primarily for his abstract mobiles, his first major body of work …

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Though Alexander Calder was known primarily for his abstract mobiles, his first major body of work was a multipart toy theater piece: Cirque Calder (also known as Calder’s Circus). While living in Paris, Calder applied his training as a mechanical engineer to build small, mechanized circus figures that would fit …

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Derrière le Miroir is a French art magazine created in 1946 and published until 1982. Aimé Maeght …

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Derrière le Miroir is a French art magazine created in 1946 and published until 1982. Aimé Maeght created the magazine and was the editor and publisher until his death in 1981. The last issue was a tribute to him.

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About the work

Though Alexander Calder was known primarily for his abstract mobiles, his first major body of work …

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Though Alexander Calder was known primarily for his abstract mobiles, his first major body of work was a multipart toy theater piece: Cirque Calder (also known as Calder’s Circus). While living in Paris, Calder applied his training as a mechanical engineer to build small, mechanized circus figures that would fit …

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Long Island City
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Derrière le Miroir is a French art magazine created in 1946 and published until 1982. Aimé Maeght …

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Derrière le Miroir is a French art magazine created in 1946 and published until 1982. Aimé Maeght created the magazine and was the editor and publisher until his death in 1981. The last issue was a tribute to him.

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Two Acrobats from Derrière le Miroir, 1975

Lithograph
23 × 19 in
58.4 × 48.3 cm
This is a non-editioned multiple.
$575
Ships from Long Island City, NY, US
Shipping: $45 continental US, $125 rest of world
location
Long Island City
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