Louise Nevelson

American , 1899 - 1988

Louise Nevelson studied at the Art Students League in New York and then with Hans Hoffman in Munich. She was elected a member of the American Academy of Arts and Letters, New York and awarded the President's Medal of the Municipal Art Society of New York.

She was one of the most famous American artists of the late 20th century. Her monumental outdoor sculptures, painted wooden assemblages of boxes filled with found objects, multiple editions, etchings, and cast- paper prints all reflected a personal vision which she identified as emanating from her ability to see in the fourth dimension.
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1963

Tamarind Institute

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1963

Tamarind Institute

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1963

Tamarind Institute

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1963

Tamarind Institute

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1963

Tamarind Institute

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Untitled

2016

Tamarind Institute

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Untitled (794)

1963

Tamarind Institute

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Untitled (793)

1963

Tamarind Institute

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Sky Shadow

1973

Thomas French Fine Art

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Goddess I

1965

Sragow Gallery

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Magnificent Jungle Cats

1953

Thomas French Fine Art

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