Naum Gabo, ‘The Lyre Bird (Opus 4)’, 1950, Joanna Bryant & Julian Page
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Naum Gabo

The Lyre Bird (Opus 4), 1950

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11 × 7 9/10 in
28 × 20 cm
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Naum Gabo
Russian, 1890–1977
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A pioneering Constructivist artist, Naum Gabo developed a transformative approach to sculpture, …

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A pioneering Constructivist artist, Naum Gabo developed a transformative approach to sculpture, breaking solid mass into interlocking planes, lines, and geometric shapes punctuated by open spaces. Using glass, metal, and plastics, Gabo worked additively, building his sculptures piece by piece to create precise, linear …

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Naum Gabo, ‘The Lyre Bird (Opus 4)’, 1950, Joanna Bryant & Julian Page
Naum Gabo, ‘The Lyre Bird (Opus 4)’, 1950, Joanna Bryant & Julian Page
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Naum Gabo
Russian, 1890–1977
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A pioneering Constructivist artist, Naum Gabo developed a transformative approach to sculpture, …

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A pioneering Constructivist artist, Naum Gabo developed a transformative approach to sculpture, breaking solid mass into interlocking planes, lines, and geometric shapes punctuated by open spaces. Using glass, metal, and plastics, Gabo worked additively, building his sculptures piece by piece to create precise, linear …

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Naum Gabo

The Lyre Bird (Opus 4), 1950

Onotype
11 × 7 9/10 in
28 × 20 cm
This is a unique work.
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