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Hans Arp    (French, 1886-1966)

 Hans Arp - Amphore de Muse (Sculptures) h: 47 in / h: 119.4 cm
Hans Arp
Amphore de Muse 1959-1960
 
 Hans Arp - Dream Flower (Sculptures) h: 32.1 x w: 81.6 cm / h: 12.6 x w: 32.1 in
Hans Arp
Dream Flower 1954
 
 Hans Arp - Larme de Galaxie (Sculptures) h: 26 x w: 23 x d: 19 in / h: 66 x w: 58.4 x d: 48.3 cm
Hans Arp
Larme de Galaxie 1962-1970
 
 Hans Arp - Tête-nez (Paintings)
Hans Arp
Tête-nez 1925-1926
 
  

Biography
1887 Born: Strasbourg, France (September 16)
1904 Ecole des Arts et Métiers
1905 - 1907 Kunstschule, Weimar
1908 Académie Julian
1951 Arp received the Grand Prize for Sculpture at the Vienice Biennale
1966 Died: Basel (June 7)

Exhibitions
1986 Skulpturen Reliefs, Collagen, Zeichnungen, Galerie Renée Ziegler, Zurich (solo)
1970 Lithographien, Holzschnitte, Galerie Renée Ziegler, Zurich (solo)
1963 Tapisserien, Galerie Renée Ziegler, Zurich
1962 Sculptures, Dessins, Collages, Gravures, Galerie Renée Ziegler, Zurich (solo)
1958 Retrospective. Museum of Modern Art, NY
Retrospective. Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris
1949 Curt Valentin's Buchholz Gallery, New York (solo)
1925 Galerie Pierre, Paris
1922 Kongress der Konstruktivisten, Weimar
Exposition Internationale Dada at Galerie Montaigne in Paris.
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