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by Stanley E. Marcus
Stanley Marcus' book may be even better, certainly darn near essential.
Stanley Marcus' book may be even better, certainly darn near essential. Marcus focuses almost totally on Smith as a sculptor rather than treating Smith's drawings/paintings as anything much more than preliminary sketches or working out of artistic problems. Marcus also profits from close contacts with Smith's daughters Rebecca and Candida and his first wife Dorothy Dehner.
Marcus, Stanley . 1926-. Smith, David, 1906-1965. Cornell University Press. Books for People with Print Disabilities.
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David Smith David Smith (1906-1965), American sculptor and painter, pioneered in exploiting welded . Marcus, Stanley . David Smith, the sculptor and his work, Ithaca, . Cornell University Press, 1983. Wilkin, Karen, David Smith, New York: Abbeville Press, 1984
David Smith David Smith (1906-1965), American sculptor and painter, pioneered in exploiting welded, openwork metal sculpture. His art was very influential, and he was one of the most significant American artists during the 1950s. Wilkin, Karen, David Smith, New York: Abbeville Press, 1984. Encyclopedia of World Biography.
Roland David Smith (March 9, 1906 – May 23, 1965) was an American abstract expressionist sculptor and painter, best known for creating large steel abstract geometric sculptures. Roland David Smith was born on March 9, 1906 in Decatur, Indiana and moved to Paulding, Ohio in 1921, where he attended high school. From 1924-25, he attended Ohio University in Athens (one year) and the University of Notre Dame, which he left after two weeks because there were no art courses.
David Smith made Home of the Welder at his home in Bolton Landing in upstate New York soon after the end of. .The work can be specifically related to the constructed sculptures of interiors made by Alberto Giacommetti such as The Palace at 4 .
David Smith made Home of the Welder at his home in Bolton Landing in upstate New York soon after the end of the Second World War. During the war Smith had been employed as a welder, a profession which had restricted his creative work and which he probably identified with the millstone in the centre of this sculpture. 1932-3 (Museum of Modern Art, New York).