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David Smith with Detroit Queen (in progress), Bolton Landing workshop, NY.

David Smith with Detroit Queen (in progress), Bolton Landing workshop, NY.

Ken Noland in David Smiths Studio

Ken Noland in David Smiths Studio

Sculptor, David Smith photographed by Ugo Mulas.  ((see a sculpture by Smith /\rtƒul sTudℽ ◙f sT/\cKED uP L/\yErs  http://pinterest.com/47fourseven/rt%C6%92ul-stud%CE%B3-f-stcked-up-lyers/ ))

Sculptor, David Smith photographed by Ugo Mulas. ((see a sculpture by Smith /\rtƒul sTudℽ ◙f sT/\cKED uP L/\yErs http://pinterest.com/47fourseven/rt%C6%92ul-stud%CE%B3-f-stcked-up-lyers/ ))

Artist Helen Frankenthaler, owner David Gil and artist David Smith at Bennington Pottery, Vermont.  via In December 1964 the editors of Art in America posed the question, What would happen if a group of prominent American painters and sculptors were asked to work in ceramics? Frankenthaler and Smith were two of the artists who participated.

Artist Helen Frankenthaler, owner David Gil and artist David Smith at Bennington Pottery, Vermont. via In December 1964 the editors of Art in America posed the question, What would happen if a group of prominent American painters and sculptors were asked to work in ceramics? Frankenthaler and Smith were two of the artists who participated.

David Smith carving Sewing Machine, with Table Torso, on desk against wall, and Fascist Royalty, on the wall.

David Smith carving Sewing Machine, with Table Torso, on desk against wall, and Fascist Royalty, on the wall.

atelierlog: David Smith

atelierlog: David Smith

"Smith as a working class artist-labourer... at his studio among the welding tools, hacksaws, tyres and metal sheets that became the tools of his craft."    Be sure to check out all of these photos. If you can, make it his retrospective "Cubes and Anarchy" at either the Whitney or the Wexner Centre.

"Smith as a working class artist-labourer... at his studio among the welding tools, hacksaws, tyres and metal sheets that became the tools of his craft." Be sure to check out all of these photos. If you can, make it his retrospective "Cubes and Anarchy" at either the Whitney or the Wexner Centre.

Bolton Landing, 1951: Lee Krasner, Freas, Jackson Pollock, Smith, Clement Greenberg and Helen Frankenthaler. Photo courtesy of Estate of David Smith

Bolton Landing, 1951: Lee Krasner, Freas, Jackson Pollock, Smith, Clement Greenberg and Helen Frankenthaler. Photo courtesy of Estate of David Smith

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Resultado de imagem para david smith sculptor

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