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Jacques Lipchitz
The Struggle, Rare Sterling Silver Israeli Judaica Cubist Sculpture Plate Plaque

c.1970s

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Sculptor Jacques Lipchitz Terling Silver Anniversary Silver Sculpture Plate Israel This is a beautiful sterling silver commemorative plate. It was specially made for the Silver Anniversary of Israel. It was designed by the famous artist Jacques Lipchitz. The plate shows a struggle between "Israel" (man holding menorah) and an Angel. The plate measures 11 3/4" around and weighs 29.4 ozt. This plate is sterling silver mounted on a bronze base. The back of the plate has all the numbers and signature of the artist. This plate is also displayed in the Museum of Israel. The original fitted box is also included. Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973) was a Cubist sculptor, from late 1914. Lipchitz retained highly figurative and legible components in his work leading up to 1915–16, after which naturalist and descriptive elements were muted, dominated by a synthetic style of Crystal Cubism. In 1920 Lipchitz held his first solo exhibition, at Léon Rosenberg's Galerie L'Effort Moderne in Paris. Fleeing the Nazis he came to the US and settled in New York City and eventually Hastings-on-Hudson. Jacques Lipchitz was born Chaim Jacob Lipschitz, in a Litvak family, son of a building contractor in Druskininkai, Lithuania, then within the Russian Empire. At first, under the influence of his father, he studied engineering, but soon after, supported by his mother he moved to Paris (1909) to study at the École des Beaux-Arts and the Académie Julian. It was there, in the artistic communities of Montmartre and Montparnasse, that he joined a group of artists that included Juan Gris and Pablo Picasso as well as where his friend, Amedeo Modigliani, painted Jacques and Berthe Lipchitz. Living in this environment, Lipchitz soon began to create Cubist sculpture. In 1912 he exhibited at the Salon de la Société Nationale des Beaux-Arts and the Salon d'Automne with his first solo show held at Léonce Rosenberg's Galerie L'Effort Moderne in Paris in 1920. In 1922 he was commissioned by the Barnes Foundation in Merion, Pennsylvania to execute five bas-reliefs. With artistic innovation at its height, in the 1920s he experimented with abstract forms he called transparent sculptures. Later he developed a more dynamic style, which he applied with telling effect to bronze compositions of figures and animals. With artistic innovation at its height, in the 1920s he experimented with abstract forms he called transparent sculptures. Later he developed a more dynamic style, which he applied with telling effect to bronze figure and animal compositions. With the German occupation of France during World War II, and the deportation of Jews to the Nazi death camps, Jacques Lipchitz had to flee France. With the assistance of the American journalist Varian Fry in Marseille, he escaped the Nazi regime and went to the United States. There, he eventually settled in Hastings-on-Hudson, New York. In 1954 a Lipchitz retrospective traveled from The Museum of Modern Art in New York to the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis and The Cleveland Museum of Art. In 1959, his series of small bronzes "To the Limit of the Possible" was shown at Fine Arts Associates in New York. Lipchitz taught one of the most famous contemporary artists, Marcel Mouly. Beginning in 1963 he returned to Europe where he worked for several months of each year in Pietrasanta, Italy. In 1972 his autobiography was published on the occasion of an exhibition of his sculpture at The Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York. He had studied at the Ecole des Beaux Arts in Paris from 1909 to 1911 and at the Academy Julian. He arrived in America when the Abstract Expressionist movement was beginning to take hold, and this likely influenced the much more emotional expression of the later part of his career. His work was much more emotional and rounded in form than the earlier cubist work, and is subject matter was epic, reflecting his interest in myths, heroic tales and religious symbolism. La Ruche, the artists' complex south of Montparnasse that Lipchitz knew well during his first years in Paris. He was a denizen of La Ruche which provided refuge for Jewish emigres like Chaim Soutine, Amedeo Modigliani and Marc Chagall, who shared with Lipchitz an irrepressible expressionist impulse. The balance between unbridled Eastern expressiveness and French clarity helps characterize Lipchitz's successful Parisian work. Jacques Lipchitz died in Capri, Italy. His body was flown to Jerusalem for burial.
  • Creator:
    Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973, French)
  • Creation Year:
    c.1970s
  • Dimensions:
    Height: 1 in (2.54 cm)Diameter: 11.75 in (29.85 cm)
  • Medium:
  • Movement & Style:
  • Period:
  • Condition:
    minor scratching and wear to surface. see photos.
  • Gallery Location:
    Surfside, FL
  • Reference Number:
    1stDibs: LU38210959132
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Désordres Lyriques, Michel Tournier, Paris, Opéra de Paris, Salle Favart 1998 Arman, Galerie nationale du Jeu de Paume, Paris, France Arman, Wilhelm-Hack-Museum, Ludwigshafen am Rhein, Germany Arman, Culturgest, Lisboa, PORTUGAL Arman: Variations sur un Lénine, Galerie Patrice Trigano, Paris France Arman: Concerto pour quatre pianos, Galerie John Gibson, November, 1999, New York United States Arman: Nec mergitur, Galerie Piltzer, Paris, France Arman, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israël Arman, Museu de arte moderna do Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil Arman, Museu de Arte de Sao Paulo Assis Chateaubriand (MASP), Sao Paulo SP, Brazil Arman: Fragmentation of Pianos, Galerie John Gibson, New York United States 2000 Arman, Museo de Monterrey, Monterrey, Mexico Arman: Racine carrée de fragments, Galerie Daniel Templon, Paris, France Arman, National Museum of History, Taipei, CHINA Arman: Anatomie del Tempo, Reggio Emilia, Italy Arman: Fragmentations, Galerie Georges-Philippe & Nathalie Vallois, Paris, Arman: Works on Paper, Ludwig Museum, Koblenz, Germany Arman: La Traversée des Objets, Chateau Musée de Villeneuve, Vence, France Arman: Vingt Siècles vus par Arman, Couvent des Cordeliers, Paris, France 2001 Arman, Fundaciò “la Caixa”, Barcelone, Spain Arman, Zürichsee Auktionen, Erlenbach, Switzerland Arman, Galerie Belmont, Films, Switzerland Arman: Superpositions, Guy Pieters Gallery, Knokke-le-Zoute, Belgium Arman, Sandwich Combos, Malborough Gallery, New York, United States Arman: En tout cas c’est de l’art, Galleria Dante, Padova, Italy Arman: La Traversée des Objets, Palazzo delle Zitelle, Venise, Italy Arman: Vingt Stations de l’Objet, Chantier Naval Opéra, Antibes Arman: Works on Paper, Vila Zanders Bergisch-Gladbach, Germany Arman: Through and Across Objects, Boca Raton, Florida, United States Arman: Des Cycles de la Vie, Galerie Anne Lettree, LUXEMBOURG Arman, Galeria De Arte Isabel Aninat, Santiago, CHILE Arman, Die Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland Arman: Vingt Siécles vus par Arman, Exposition au Chantier Naval Opera, Port Vabanantibes Arman: Passage a L’Acte, MAMAC, Nice, France, June 14 – October 14, 2001. 2002 Arman: Musique, Kunsthaus Grenchen, Grenchen, Switzerland Arman: Africarmania, Arman et l’Afrique, Galerie Beaubourg, Vence, France Arman: Dix Mots Pour, Sonia Zannettachi Gallery, Switzerland Arman: Œuvre Monumentale, Ville du Lavandou, Le Lavandou, France Arman: Works on Paper, Villa Haiss Museum, Zell, Germany Arman: Fragmentations, FIAC Galerie Beaubourg, Paris, France 2003 Arman: A Survey, Marlborough Gallery, New York, United States Arman: Centomilacenerentole, Dante Vecchiato Galleria d’Arte, Padova, Italy Arman: Arman, Museum of Contemporary Art of Teheran, Teheran, IRAN Arman: Le plein de l’art, Galleria Fonte d’Abisso, Milano, Italy Collection: Obelisk, 1983, (Towering accumulation of bronze cellos...
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