From Rodin to Plensa Modern Sculpture at the Meadows Museum

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Steven A. Nash and Laura Wilson

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Scala Arts & Heritage Publishers Ltd
Territory: World
Size: 305 mm x 235 mm
Pages: 176
Illustrations: 120 colour

RRP £35.00

  • The first book on the Meadows Museum's outstanding collection of Modernist sculptures
  • Features the work of the world's most renowned sculptors from Jacques Lipchitz and Henry Moore to Rodin and Giacometti
  • An elegantly designed publication, with full colour photography that brings the sculptures to life

Featuring works by many of the leading twentieth-century Modernists, the sculpture collection of the Meadows Museum in Dallas, Texas, is an American gem. Large- and small-scale works by renowned artists such as Jacques Lipchitz, Henry Moore, Isamu Noguchi and Claes Oldenburg can be seen on the Museum's welcoming outdoor plaza, while important figural sculptures by Auguste Rodin, Aristide Maillol and Alberto Giacometti are on display within the Museum. This elegantly designed book is the first publication on this outstanding collection, offering photography by Laura Wilson and new scholarship by Steven A. Nash on works by some of the most accomplished artists to work in three dimensions.

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Steven A. Nash is the former executive director of the Palm Springs Art Museum; he was founding director of the Nasher Sculpture Center and has served as Chief Curator at the Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco.
Laura Wilson is an American photographer and the creator of five books of photography, including her award-winning Avedon at Work and, most recently, That Day: Pictures in the American West.

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