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Constantin Brancusi, Mademoiselle Pogany II (1925) on ArtStack #constantin-brancusi #art

Constantin Brancusi, Mademoiselle Pogany II, polished bronze, edition of Photography by Francois Halard/© Artists Rights Society (ARS) New York/ADAGP, Paris. Courtesy of the Brancusi Estate and Paul Kasmin Gallery.

Fungi research receptacle: The Research case of one Lubomierz Pawlowski, Polish born Naturalist.

"Fungi research receptacle: The Research case of one Lubomierz Pawlowski, Polish born Naturalist" Alex CF

Brancusi's The Kiss (Column), 1935

Constantin Brancusi The Kiss Column, 1935 Stone & Plaster Sculpture From the collection of Natalia Dumitresco and Alexandre Istrati

Constantin Brancusi, Tete, 1920-1992, polished bronze, 7 1/2 x 9 1/2 x 11 3/4 inches

''Simplicity Is Complexity Resolved'' - Constantin Brancusi

Urushi lacquer tea caddy by Kuroda Tatsuaki (1904-1982) 黒田辰秋

Urushi lacquer tea caddy by Kuroda Tatsuaki 黒田辰秋

Constantin Brancusi, Young Bird, Paris, 1928. Bronze on a two-part pedestal of limestone and oak

Constantin Brancusi, Young Bird, Paris, Bronze on a two-part pedestal of limestone and oak

Sleeping Muse, Bronze. 1910. Constantin Brancusi / Here, the languor of the ovoid shape responding to gravity suggests the heaviness of sleep. The sleeping head, one of Brancusi's first thematic cycles, occupied the artist for almost twenty years.

Sleeping Muse Constantin Brancusi (French (born Romania), Hobita Paris) Date: 1910 Medium: Bronze Dimensions: 6 x 9 x 6 in. x x cm) Weight: 12 lbs Classification: Sculpture

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