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Alexander Calder

Famous painter, printmaker, sculptor, and originator of the 'Mobile' (moving sculptures), born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. He studied at the Stevens Institute of Technology in New Jersey, and the Art Students League in New York City with George Luks and John Sloan. He has had many exhibitions in major museums throughout the world, including the Guggenheim Museum, NY, and the Tate Gallery, London. Calder's works are in the collections of the Metropolital Museum of Art, the Museum of Modern Art, the Whitney Museum of Art, all in New York City; the Philadelphia Museum of Fine Art, and the Museum of Western Art, Moscow, among many others. Reference: Associated American Artists



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Alexander Calder

American (1898-1976)
Spiral and Sun (Spirale et Soleil)
26-1/8 x 38-1/4 in.

Lithograph in color, c.1960. Signed in pencil. Inscribed as 'E.A.' epreuve d'artiste or artist's proof before the intended edition of 120. Printed at the Atelier Mourlot, Paris. Probably issued by Arte Adrien Maeght, Paris, c.1960.


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Spiral and Sun (Spirale et Soleil)



Alexander Calder

American (1898-1976)
Rising Sun
19-1/4 x 25 in.

Lithograph printed in color, c.1968, edition about 120. Signed in pencil. An artist's proof, printed on a full sheet of wove paper, with the image going to the edges of the paper.


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Rising Sun



Alexander Calder

American (1898-1976)
Triangles and Spirals
25-3/4 x 19 in. (sheet)

Lithograph printed in color, 1973, edition 65/150. Signed and numbered in pencil, lower margin. A very good impression with strong colors, printed on a full sheet of wove paper.


$4500.
Triangles and Spirals



Alexander Calder

American (1898-1976)
U.N. 30th Anniversary
11 x 8-1/2 in.

Lithograph in color, 1975, edition 1017/1500. Signed 'Calder 75' on the plate, lower right; numbered in pencil, lower left. Accompanied by a certificate of authenticity from the World Federation of United Nations Associations, including an information sheet regarding the tribute to the WFUNA from the U.N. and Calder. In excellent condition enclosed in a brown envelope from the WFUNA. This was Calder's last commissioned project before his untimely death in the year, 1976.


$400.
U.N. 30th Anniversary



Alexander Calder

American (1898-1976)
Stone Age
29 x 22 in.

Lithograph printed in color, 1969, edition 30/100. Signed and numbered in pencil, lower margin. Printed on a full sheet of heavy wove paper, probably Rives, one of the artist's favorite papers. A very good impression with bright colors showing Calder's favorite subjects, circles and objects used in the construction of his mobiles. In fine condition other than a minor paper loss on the extreme right side of the paper, not affecting the image; professionally repaired. Sheet size: 30-1/2 x 23 in.


$3500.
Stone Age



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