Jacob Epstein

NOUN
  1. British sculptor (born in the United States) noted for busts and large controversial works (1880-1959)
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  • This show examines how African and Oceanic art affected the sculpture of Jacob Epstein and Dora Gordine.
  • Largely by sheer force of will, Strindberg transformed this unlovely hole into a vibrant modernist paradise, employing the then-obscure likes of Wyndham Lewis, Eric Gill and Jacob Epstein to achieve her novel visions.
  • His body lies beneath the vast funerary monument shaped by Jacob Epstein, but not even its megalithic weight can keep the spirit of Oscar Wilde earthbound.
  • The monument to one of football's greatest innovators was the work of the famous sculptor, Jacob Epstein.
  • Highlights of the exhibition will include: Umberto Boccioni's sculpture Unique Forms of Continuity in Space 1913; Carlo Carrà'sFuneral of the Anarchist, Galli 1911; and responses to the challenge represented by Futurism in works such as Delaunay's Eiffel Tower 1911; Jacob Epstein's Torso in Metal from the Rock Drill 1913-14 and Picasso's Pipe, Glass, Bottle of Vieux Marc 1914 onto which he pasted the Futurist periodical, Lacerba. Art Knowledge News
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