2 edition of Etienne Hajdu found in the catalog.
Exhibition held 5 February - 31 March 1979.
|Statement||Musée des arts décoratifs|
|Publishers||Musée des arts décoratifs|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 119 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
nodata File Size: 6MB.
There are 0 artworks for sale on our website by galleries and art dealers. This exhibition, which is part of the cycle Friends of Arpad and Vieira, includes 11 sculptures and 6 Etienne Hajdu drawings which are extremely representative of his work. Etienne Hajdus sculpture Ouranos II 1957, bronze, 197 x 38 cm will be shown for the first time in its new home, Jardim das Amoreiras.
Etienne Hajdu was very close to Arpad Szenes and Vieira da Silva, a friendship which began in 1930 when the couple frequented the surrealist youth group Les Amis du Monde, of which Hajdu was a member.
Machine translation like or is a useful starting point for translations, but translators must revise errors as necessary and confirm that the translation is accurate, rather than simply copy-pasting machine-translated text into the English Wikipedia. Drawing was a way of supporting his plastic art form where he experimented with light space, as he himself defined his research into light and shade.
Start a Gallery Site to exclusively showcase your gallery. World Wide Arts Resources Corporation. Do not translate text that appears unreliable or low-quality. In the 30s he started his own formal figurative and abstract research Etienne Hajdu enhanced his knowledge of the materials which he would use in his sculptures. Career [ ] He emigrated to Paris in the 1930s and became part of the Hungarian artistic circle there.
Etienne Hajdu was donated to the Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva Foundation by Luce Hajdu and in this way has fulfilled one of the authors wishes in memory of the great friendship which united them. Call for Artists, Premiere Portfolio sign-up for your Free Portfolio or create an Artist Portfolio today and sell your art at the marketplace for contemporary Art!
They are sculptors drawings where India ink emerges on a white background creating depth. His exploration of different stones — onyx, marble, and slate — had a formative effect, and in 1944 he produced his first marble sculptures. Postwar advances in machinery and technology led to experimentation in aluminum, copper, and bronze, along with welding, hammering, and riveting.
World War II [ ] After theHajdu became active in the movement. Many carried out their actions outside Paris, as foreigners had been formally evacuated with the outbreak of war in September 1939.
His exploration of different stones — onyx, marble, and slate — had a formative effect, and in 1944 he produced his first marble sculptures.
research over 200,000 works by over 22,000 masters in the indepth art history section.
Artist artworks for sale and wanted.
It was donated to the Arpad Szenes-Vieira da Silva Foundation by Luce Hajdu and in this way has fulfilled one of the authors wishes in memory of the great friendship which united them.
Discover over 150,000 works of contemporary art.