Which German baroque sculptor also worked as an architect and built many state buildings in Berlin during his role as Court Architect?
Which photojournalist and his wife became LIFE magazine’s first husband and wife photographer-reporter team to be sent overseas?
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This Florentine painter was taken under the care of Agnolo Bronzino, a family friend, after his father died; his young life was spent in Bronzino’s workshop in Florence.
This sculptor’s “Orpheus and Apollo,” commissioned in 1961, is a 5-ton, 190-foot-long constellation of polished bronze bars connected by wires that hangs over the lobby at Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center.
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What architect played a prominent role in the battle over the introduction of modern architecture in Berlin during the 1920s?
Which Irish artist’s stone carvings of 1938–9 constitute an important contribution to Surrealist sculpture?
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This artist created a vocabulary of various signs and marks that read metaphorically, rather than according to any form of traditional iconography.
This Dutch-born artist was part of the original CoBrA group (Copenhagen, Brussels, Amsterdam) founded at the Café de l’Hotel Notre Dame in Paris.
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What artist is best known for creating the massive marble sculpture in the Lincoln Memorial?
What artist was given a Guggenheim International Award for his mural designs in the UNESCO building in Paris?
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During the First World War, this painter was appointed as an official war artist and produced a number of large-scale allegorical works.
In 1930 this artist became the first American modernist to have a retrospective exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art.
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What French artist, Marie Antoinette’s favorite painter for a decade, published her memoirs in 1835–37?
What artist is probably best known for his sculptures built entirely of crushed automobile parts welded together?
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