The Estate of David Smith

David Smith Sculpture: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1932–1965

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The Estate of David Smith is pleased to announce the publication of David Smith Sculpture: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1932–1965 in a three-volume boxed set. Two volumes of catalogue entries describe 869 objects, most reproduced in fine color reproductions. An introductory volume includes forewords by the artist’s daughters and essays on key aspects of Smith’s oeuvre: how his series express his creative thought, his innovative uses of materials and methods, his uses of photography, and his sculpture’s critical reception and how he helped to shape it.

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  • Distributed for The Estate of David Smith by Yale University Press
  • Three volumes, slip-cased
  • 1,360 pages
  • 254 x 305 mm
  • 9780300224115

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David Smith Sculpture: A Catalogue Raisonné, 1932–1965

Regular price
$500.00
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The Artist

David Smith

One of the foremost artists of the twentieth century and the sculptor most closely linked to the Abstract Expressionist movement, David Smith is known for his use of industrial methods and materials, and the integration of open space into sculpture. Over a 35-year career, Smith greatly expanded the notion of what sculpture could be, questioning its relationship with the space it was created in and its final habitat; from the artist’s atelier and art foundry into the realms of industry and nature. Spanning pure abstraction and poetic figuration, Smith’s deeply humanist vision has inspired generations of sculptors for the decades since his death.
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