Constantin Brancusi

Romanian , 1876 - 1957

Primarily known for his sculptures, Brancusi was an important contributor to the Modern art movement and left a lasting impression on the art world. After training in the workshop of Rodin, Brancusi developed his style into one that was abstract and non-representational, often depicting the human body with organic, rounded or geometric forms. His works are in world renowned modern art collections, such as New York's Museum of Modern Art, the National Museum of Art in Romania and the Philadelphia Art Museum.


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