The Estate of Jacques Lipchitz

General

  • 1973Completed the definitive maquette of Our Tree of Life; on May 26th, the artist died on the island of Capri and was later buried on Har Hamenuhot in Jerusalem, Israel; A Tribute to Jacques Lipchitz in America 1941-73, was held at the Marlborough Gallery, New York, in November; as stipulated in his will, none of the plaster or terra-cotta models was to be cast after his death; instead they were given to the Jacques and Yulla Lipchitz Foundation for distribution to venerable institutions throughout the world

  • 1972Major exhibition organized by the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York concurrent with the publication of his autobiography, My Life in Sculpture - based on a series of taped interviews with Deborah Stott recorded between 1968 an 1970 in Italy

  • 1971Traveled to Israel for the retrospective exhibit at the Tel Aviv Museum, which inaugurated the new museum; the Israel Museum, Jerusalem, presented an exhibition in honor of the artist's 80th birthday and of the donation by his brother Rubin of 130 bronze sketches in memory of the brothers’ parents; while Lipchitz was in Jerusalem, a site was chosen for Our Tree of Life on Mount Scopus; upon his return from Israel, began work on the commissions for Columbia Law School, New York, New York (Bellerophon Taming Pegasus), Municipal Plaza, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (Government of the People), and Mount Scopus, Israel

  • 1970Retrospective exhibition organized by the Neuen Berliner Kunstverein for the Neuen Nationalgalerie in Berlin, which traveled to Duisburg, BadenBaden, and Vienna, Austria

  • 1969Unveiled the 45-foot high (13.7 m) bronze sculpture, Peace on Earth, at the Los Angeles County Music Center; received the Einstein Commemorative Award of Merit from the Medical Center of Yeshiva University, New York, and Medal of Achievement from American Institute of Architects, New York

  • 1968Lipchitz: The Cubist Period, 1913-1930 exhibited at Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York, New York; worked on the casting of major sculptures in Pietrasanta, Italy, as well as at the Modern Art Foundry and Avnet & Shaw Foundry, New York

  • 1967A sculpture exhibition of the artist's biblical themes presented at the Jewish Museum, New York, New York; presented the bronze sculpture, Between Heaven and Earth(1958), to the village of Hastings-on-Hudson, New York

  • 1966Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York, exhibited Images from Italy; received Gold Medal from The Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, New York

  • 1965Received an award for cultural achievement from Boston University and was made an Honorary Doctor of Laws by the Jewish Theological Seminary in New York; in Military Park, Newark, New Jersey, installed his portrait commission of John F. Kennedy; additional bronzes were cast for the International Student's House, London, England, and for the Kennedy Memorial Library, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • 1964Exhibited Between Heaven and Earth (1958) at Documenta International, Kassel, Germany, and Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania; a retrospective exhibition was shown at Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts; the Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, organized an exhibition of Cubist sculptures and reliefs; Commissioned by President Johnson to design the medallion for the Presidential Scholar Awards

  • 1963Traveled for the first time to Israel; comprehensive retrospective exhibition selected by the artist toured throughout the United States, starting at the University of California at Los Angeles; the committee of the Los Angeles County Music Center commissioned a monumental sculpture; the exhibition, 157 Bronze Sketches, 1912-1962, opened at the Otto Gerson Gallery, and was then circulated by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, and internationally to South America, Australia, and New Zealand

  • 1961 - 1962Began to be represented by the Otto Gerson Gallery, New York, New York (later the MarlboroughGerson and presently the Marlborough Gallery); a retrospective exhibition of 72 sculptures was shown at the Gerson Gallery which later traveled to the White Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York; received sculpture commission to create a monument in honor of Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Luth, the 17th-century French explorer - made possible by the bequest of Albert L. Ordeans in co-operation with the City of Duluth, Minnesota; monument was placed in 1965 on the campus of the University of Minnesota, near the Tweed Museum of Art, Duluth, Minnesota; visited Italy and began working at the Tommasi Foundry, Pietrasanta, near Carrara; spent subsequent summers in Italy; began series of 25 sculptures entitled Images of Italy.

  • 1960A retrospective exhibition of 42 sculptures and numerous drawings shown at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, and the Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland

  • 1957In New York, exhibited his new series of semi-automatic sculptures at Fine Arts Associates; the exhibition was a series of small ambimorphic bronzes spontaneously created in wax under water; continued the inventive semi-automatic series (Á la limite du possible / To the Limit of the Possible) the following year, adding found objects to wax forms

  • 1956Received the Creative Arts Award from Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts; designed ornamental gates for Philip Johnson's Roofless Church in New Harmony, Indiana, which housed a second cast of Nôtre Dame de Liesse; large traveling exhibition organized in Europe by the Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, Holland which continues on to major museums in Otterlo, Basel, Dortmund, Brussels, and London; became a citizen of the United States; work interrupted by a serious illness for several months

  • 1956Received Alfred G.B. Steel Award from Pennsylvania Academy of Arts for Mother and Child (1949-54)

  • 1955Completed Nôtre Dame de Liesse for Nôtre Dame de Toute Grâce at Assy

  • 1954In New York, a retrospective exhibition was held at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York in cooperation with the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota and the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio

  • 1954In New York, a retrospective exhibition was held at The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York in cooperation with the Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota and the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio

  • 1953Began work in newly built studio within walking distance of his Hastings-on-Hudson home; created Virgin in Flames

  • 1952On January 5th, a fire in his 23rd Street studio destroyed many works, including the commission for Nôtre Dame de Toute Grâce and Fairmont Park; the artist worked in a temporary studio at the Modern Art Foundry, Long Island City, New York; exhibited 22 sculptures at the XXVI Biennale di Venezia in the French Pavilion; received the George D. Widener Memorial Gold Medal award from the Pennsylvania Academy of Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania for Prometheus Strangling the Vulture (1944-53)

  • 1951An exhibition on the relief, The Birth of the Muses (1950), was organized by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, which was then installed at the Rockfellers’ house; an exhibition of 25 sculptures and 28 drawings was organized by the Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon, which later traveled to the San Francisco Art Museum, San Francisco, California and the Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinatti, Ohio

  • 1950Created preliminary studies and large relief sculpture entitled The Birth of the Muses, for the townhouse of Mrs. John D. Rockefeller III

  • 1949Moved his residence to Hastings-on-Hudson, New York; began a series of studies for the church of Nôtre Dame de Toute Grâce at Assy, Haute-Savoie, France

  • 1948Married Yulla Halberstadt; his only child, Lolya Rachel, was born

  • 1946Returned to Paris in the spring for the first time since the beginning of the war; exhibited at Galerie Maeght, Paris, France; was made Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur by the French government; Father Couturier commissioned a baptismal font, Nôtre Dame de Liesse, for the Catholic Church of Nôtre Dame de Toute Grâce at Assy, HauteSavoie, France; after seven months in France, returned permanently to the United States; Berthe remained in France, and they divorced soon after

  • 1944Completed a large plaster of Prometheus Strangling the Vulture for El Ministerio de Sanidad y Educación in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil; Met sculptor Yulla Halberstadt

  • 1942Began to exhibit regularly at the Buchholz Gallery; continued to live at Washington Square South but also rented a studio overlooking Madison Square at 2 East 23rd Street; started to cast with the Modern Art Foundry in Long Island City, New York

  • 1941Sought asylum in the United States and with the help of his American friends, arrived in New York on June 13th; Joseph Brummer, now exclusively dealing in antiques, introduced the artist to Curt Valentin of the Buchholz Gallery; New York, New York; Mr. Valentin, who became the artist’s New York dealer, immediately began to sell his work; the artist rented a studio in New York City on Washington Square South

  • 1940During the first year of the WWII, produced The Flight and many drawings; in May he fled with Berthe to Toulouse after the Germans occupied Paris

  • 1940During the first year of the WWII, produced The Flight and many drawings; in May he fled with Berthe to Toulouse after the Germans occupied Paris

  • 1938Renewed acquaintance with Gertrude Stein and produced two bronze portraits; made two versions of the Rape of Europa.

  • 1936 - 1937The French government commissioned him to create a monumental plaster sculpture, Prometheus Strangling the Vulture, for the entrance to the Science Pavilion at the Paris World’s Fair – Picasso's Guernica and Gonzáles's Monserrat were shown in the Spanish Pavilion at this same exposition; room devoted to the artist’s sculptures at Les Maîtres de L'Art Indépendant, Petit Palais, where the artist was awarded the Gold Medal; at the close of the Fair, the plaster sculpture of Prometheus Strangling the Vulture was destroyed

  • 1935From August through October, took a trip to Russia to visit family; first important exhibition in the United States, held at the Brummer Gallery, New York, New York though the artist himself was unable to attend the show

  • 1934Exhibited a large scale plaster of David and Goliath at the Salon des Indépendents, Paris, France; death of his mother

  • 1931Began to explore the mythical character, Prometheus; became preoccupied with the Biblical theme of Jacob struggling with the angel; created Song of the Vowels as a garden sculpture for Madame de Maudrot's home (designed by Le Corbusier) at Le Pradet

  • 1930First large retrospective exhibition of 100 works at Jean Bucher’s Galérie de la Renaissance, Paris, France – favorably received; began to explore biblical themes and the image of mother and child

  • 1928Joined the gallery of Jeanne Bucher; spent the summer in Ploumanach, a resort on the Brittany coast, where he created a new series of works influenced by the rock formations off the shore; produced preparatory clay sketches for the sculpture, Figure (1926-1930), which was then enlarged at the request of Madame Tachard

  • 1928Attended concerts in the Salle Pleyel, Paris, France; the influence of such concerts on his art was later seen in The Harpists (1930), a composite sculpture of the series of “Transparents”; to deal with the deaths of his father and sister, he began The Couple. The title is later changed to The Cry as a result of the controversial subject of the figures in the act of making love

  • 1927Executed the sculpture, Joy of Life, for the garden of the Vicomte Charles de Noailles at Hyères near Toulon; the openness of the sculpture summarized the artist's Cubist efforts of the past few years

  • 1925Moved to the Parisian suburb of Boulogne-sur-Seine, into a house designed by Le Corbusier; began to sculpt a series of works called “Transparents” made of cardboard and wax, then cast in bronze; through his work, he resolved technical difficulties of casting pronounced negative space and delicate forms; his work anticipated the welded sculpture by Pablo Picasso and Julio Gonzáles of the late 1920s and 1930s

  • 1924Became a French citizen

  • 1923Continued to work on commissions for Dr. Barnes, as well as the monumental, free-standing bronze, Bather (1923-25)

  • 1922Dr. Albert C. Barnes visited the artist in Paris and purchased several sculptures from the studio; Barnes also commissioned stone reliefs for the façade of his mansion at Merion, Pennsylvania (now the Barnes Foundation); Lipchitz introduced Dr. Barnes to Soutine and Modigliani

  • 1921Worked on portraits of Coco Chanel and other commissions for her house and garden; the curvilinear forms of the andirons for her house had a pivotal influence on the direction of the artist's work

  • 1920Executed portraits of Jean Cocteau, Raymond Radiguet, and Gertrude Stein; first solo exhibition at Léonce Rosenberg's Galerie de l'Effort Moderne, Paris France; he subsequently broke his contract with Rosenberg to pursue a more independent style; with the help of his friends, he bought back his sculptures from Rosenberg; the first monograph on the artist is published by Maurice Raynal

  • 1918Left Paris in the spring with Berthe, Josette, and Juan Gris when the city was threatened by German bombing; stayed in the Touraine village of BeaulieulèsLoches; since materials for sculpture were not available, he spent his time making drawings and gouaches for a series of bas reliefs; experimented with carved polychrome reliefs; returned to Paris with his wife in the fall

  • 1916Amedeo Modigliani painted a wedding portrait of Lipchitz and his wife Berthe, which is now in the Art Institute of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois; Lipchitz signed a contract with the dealer, Léonce Rosenberg, who offered him a monthly stipend; became a close friend of Juan Gris

  • 1915Met and lived with poet, Berthe Kitrosser whom he later married; created his first mature Cubist work; constructed a series of wood sculptures known as “Detachable Figures”

  • 1914Took a trip to Spain with Diego Rivera and friends; at The Prado in Madrid, was impressed by the work of Tintoretto, Rubens, El Greco, Goya and Velázquez; visited the island of Mallorca to rest and recover from previous health problems; influenced by Mediterranean life, he created the sculptures Sailor with Guitar, Toreador, and Girl with Braid; returned to Paris in December at the start of WWI; introduced his friend Chaim Soutine to Amedeo Modigliani

  • 1913Received praise for Woman and Gazelles exhibited at the Salon d'Automne, Paris, France; met Picasso and other Cubist painters through Diego Rivera; created his first protoCubist sculptures; attended the infamous premiere of Igor Stravinsky's Rites of Spring

  • 1912Drafted into the Russian military but discharged owing to illness; on return to Paris, he accepted an opportunity to visit the Hermitage in St. Petersburg, Russia; there, he was greatly inspired by the paintings and the collection of Scythian art; moved into a studio in Montparnasse next door to Brancusi; struggled financially over the next few years; visited the Italian Futurist exhibitions in Paris, France

  • 1911Settled and worked in Montparnasse, Paris, France; worked in various sculptural media but concentrated primarily on modeling in clay for casting in bronze; after learning of his father's financial difficulties, went home to assist the family

  • 1909Determined to go to Paris, France, he arrived in October with the financial assistance of his mother but unfortunately without the consent of his father

  • 1909 - 1910Studied with Jean-Antoine Ingalbert at the École des Beaux-Arts as a "free pupil"; father reconciled with the artist and provided a generous allowance; the artist then transferred to the Académie Julian and attended sculpture classes of Raoul Verlet; spent mornings drawing or modeling from the figure and visited the Louvre and other museums in the afternoons; attended evening drawing classes at the Académie Colarossi; began collecting tribal sculpture and the art of other cultures

  • 1906 - 1909Attended high school in Vilna, Lithuania

  • 1902 - 1906Began to draw and model in clay; attended commercial school in Bialystok, Poland

  • 1891Born Chaim Jacob Lipchitz on August 22nd in Druskininkai, Lithuania; the first of six children to Abraham Lipchitz, a young building contractor, and Rachael Leah Krinsky

Awards

  • 1969Medal of Achievement, The American Institute of Architects (AIA), New York, New York, United States

  • 1969Award of Merit, The Einstein Medical Center of Yeshiva University, New York, New York, United States

  • 1966Gold Medal, The Academy of Arts and Letters, New York, New York, United States

  • 1965Award for Cultural Achievement, Boston University, Boston, Massachusetts, United States

  • 1965Honorary Doctor of Laws, The Jewish Theological Seminary, New York, New York, United States

  • 1958Brandeis Creative Arts Award for Notable Achievement in the Arts, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, United States

  • 1952George D. Widener Memorial Gold Medal Award - Prometheus Strangling the Vulture, Pennsylvania Academy of Arts, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

  • 1946Chevalier de la Légion d'honneur, French Republic, Paris, France

  • 1936Gold Medal - Prometheus Strangling the Vulture, The World’s Fair, Paris, France

  • 1909First prize - sculpture, Académie Julian, Paris, France

Biennials

  • 1952XXVIth Biennale di Venezia, Sculptura - Jacques Lipchitz, French Pavilion, Venice, Italy

Solo Exhibitions

  • 2015Jacques Lipchitz: Selected Sculpture and Drawing from 1911-1972, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 2014Jacques Lipchitz: Munich and Florence, Drawings for Sculpture 1910-1972, The Staatliche Graphische Sammlung, Munich, Germany. Traveled to The Gabinetto Disegni e Stampe degli Uffizi, Florence, Italy

  • 2014Jacques Lipchitz: Rétrospective, La Bellevue, Biarritz, France.

  • 2013Jacques Lipchitz: Sculpture and Drawings, Museo di Palazzo Pretorio, Prato, Italy.

  • 2012Jacques Lipchitz: The Israel Museum Collection, Museum Beelden aan Zee Scheveningen, The Hague, Netherlands.

  • 2010Jacques Lipchitz: Obra Gráfica, Galeria Marlborough, Madrid, Spain.

  • 2010Jacques Lipchitz: Beyond Bible and Myth, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 2009The Anatomy of a Sculptor, Ben Uri Gallery, London, England.

  • 2009 - 2010Jacques Lipchitz. De la Joie de Vivre al Árbol de la Vida, Museo de Navarra, Pamplona, Spain.

  • 2009Jacques Lipchitz Rétrospective, Le Bellevue, Biarritz, France.

  • 2009Jacques Lipchitz. Dibujos, Bilbao Bizkaia Kutxa, Bilbao, Spain.

  • 2008Art Videos at the Gallery – Jacques Lipchitz: Portrait of the Artist, Barn Gallery, Ogunquit, Maine, United States.

  • 2008Jacques Lipchitz. Sculptures - bas-reliefs et dessins, Marlborough Monaco, Monte Carlo, Monaco.

  • 2008Encuentros, Jacques Lipchitz y el arte primitivo, Marlborough Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain.

  • 2007Jacques Lipchitz – The American Years, Galerie Koch, Hannover, Germany.

  • 2007Jacques Lipchitz: Early Works, Reliefs and Drawings, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 2006Jacques Lipchitz -Interación de Formas, Fundación Bilbao Bizkaia Kutxa, Bilbao, Spain.

  • 2005Jacques Lipchitz - Donación, Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain.

  • 2005Lipchitz - Les Années Françaises de 1910 à 1940, Musée de Années 30, Paris, France.

  • 2005Lipchitz – Sculptures et dessins, Galerie Patrice Trigano, Paris, France.

  • 2004Jacques Lipchitz and Philadelphia, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • 2004Jacques Lipchitz: Sculpture and Drawings 1912 – 1972, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 2003Jacques Lipchitz, Dibujos y Esculturas, Museo de Bellas Artes de Bilbao, Bilbao, Spain.

  • 2002Jacques Lipchitz - Drawing and Sculpture, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel.

  • 2002Los Dibujos de Lipchitz, Institut Valencià d’Art Modern, Valencia, Spain.

  • 2001Lipchitz and the Avant-Garde: From Paris to New York, Krannert Art Museum and Kinkead Pavilion, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Urbana-Champaign, Illinois, United States.

  • 1999Survivals from a Sculptor’s Studio - Jacques Lipchitz, 1891-1973, Henry Moore Institute, Leeds, England.

  • 1998 - 1999Lipchitz dans les Jardins du Palais Royal, Les Jardins du Palais Royal, Paris, France. traveled to Yorkshire Sculpture Park, Wakefield, England

  • 1997Lipchitz, un mundo sorprendido en el espacio, Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain. traveled to IVAM, Centro Julio Gonzáles, Valencia, Spain

  • 1997Jacques Lipchitz, Escultura 1911-1971, Marlborough Gallery, Madrid, Spain.

  • 1996Jacques Lipchitz, Galerie Gmurzynska, Marienburg, Poland.

  • 1996Jacques Lipchitz: Sculpture 1910-1940, The Paris Years, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1996Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973), Centro de Arte Palacio Almudi, Murcia, Spain.

  • 1993Jacques Lipchitz: Esculturas, 1913-1972, Galería Marlborough, Madrid, Spain.

  • 1991 - 1992Jacques Lipchitz - From Sketch to Sculpture, Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel.

  • 1989 - 1990Jacques Lipchitz - A Life in Sculpture, Art Gallery of Ontario, Ontario, Toronto, Canada. traveled to Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada; The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri; The Jewish Museum, New York, New York

  • 1988Hommage à Lipchitz - œuvres de 1914 à 1963, Galerie Marwan Hoss, F.I.A.C. '88, Grand Palais, Paris, France.

  • 1988Jacques Lipchitz - Esculturas en Bronce, Galería Freites, Caracas, Venezuela.

  • 1987Jacques Lipchitz: The Cubist Period (1913-1930), Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1986 - 1987The Lipchitz Gift - Models for Sculpture, The Tate Gallery, London, England.

  • 1985Jacques Lipchitz - A Survey 1911-1973, Marlborough Fine Arts, Tokyo, Japan.

  • 1985Jacques Lipchitz: Selected Sculpture, Reliefs & Drawings 1911-1972, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1985Jacques Lipchitz: Sculptor and Collector, Albert and Vera List Visual Arts Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States.

  • 1983Jacques Lipchitz - Mother and Child, Norman Mackenzie Art Gallery, University of Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada.

  • 1982Jacques Lipchitz: Sculptures (Biblical Themes) 1930-1972, Aberbach Fine Art, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1981 - 1982Jacques Lipchitz: Selected Sculpture in Large Scale 1927-1971, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1979Jacques Lipchitz: Small Sculptures, Maquettes and Drawings, 1915-1972, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1978Jacques Lipchitz, Centre Pompidou, Musée National d’Art Moderne, Paris, France.

  • 1978Jacques Lipchitz - Sculpture and Drawings from the Cubist Epoch, Marlborough Fine Art, London, England.

  • 1978Jacques Lipchitz - Kubistische Skulpturen und Zeichnungen, Marlborough Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland.

  • 1978Jacques Lipchitz, Galerie Brusberg, Hannover, Germany.

  • 1977Jacques Lipchitz - Sculptures and Drawings from the Cubist Epoch, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1974 - 1975Selected Master Drawings of Jacques Lipchitz: 1910 - 1958, Trisolini Gallery of Ohio University, Athens, Ohio, United States. The Columbus Gallery of Fine Arts; Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York; Marlborough Godard, Toronto, Canada

  • 1974Jacques Lipchitz: Sculptures, Prints, and Drawings, Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, United States.

  • 1974Sculptures by Jacques Lipchitz, Brooks Memorial Art Gallery, Memphis, Tennessee, United States.

  • 1973Jacques Lipchitz 1891-1973, The Museum of Modern Art, New York,, New York, United States.

  • 1973A Tribute to Jacques Lipchitz: Lipchitz in America, 1941-1973, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1973Jacques Lipchitz - Sculptures and Drawings, Marlborough Fine Art, London, England. traveled as Jacques Lipchitz: Skulpturen und Zeichnungen to Marlborough Galerie, Zurich, Switzerland

  • 1972Jacques Lipchitz, Marlborough-Godard, Toronto, Ontario, Canada.

  • 1972Jacques Lipchitz: Sculpture, Watercolors, and Drawings, Makler Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • 1972Jacques Lipchitz: His Life in Sculpture, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1971Jacques Lipchitz - Bronze Sketches, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, IsraeL. traveling exhibition

  • 1971Jacques Lipchitz - Sculptures and Drawings 1911-1970, Tel Aviv Museum, Tel Aviv, Israel.

  • 1970 - 1971Jacques Lipchitz - Skulpturen und Zeichnugen 1911-1969, Neue Nationalgalerie, Berlin, Germany. traveled to Staatliche Kunsthalle, Baden-Baden, Germany; Wilhelm-Lehmbruck-Museum, Duisburg, Germany; Museum des 20 Jahrhunderts, Vienna, Austria

  • 1969Jacques Lipchitz, Katonah Gallery, Katonah, New York, United States.

  • 1969The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz, University of Wisconsin Art History Galleries, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States. traveled to Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis, Indiana

  • 1968Jacques Lipchitz, Slosberg Art Gallery, Brandeis University, Waltham, Massachusetts, United States.

  • 1968Lipchitz: The Cubist Period 1913-1930, Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1967Jacques Lipchitz: Sculptures on Biblical Themes, The Jewish Museum, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1967Jacques Lipchitz - Images of Italy, Dunkelman Gallery, Toronto, Canada.

  • 1966Jacques Lipchitz: Images of Italy, Felix Landau Gallery, Los Angeles, California, United States.

  • 1966Jacques Lipchitz: Images of Italy, Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1966Lipchitz: Drawings and Bronzes, Makler Gallery, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • 1965Jacques Lipchitz & Marc Chagall, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel.

  • 1965Jacques Lipchitz, Newark Museum of Art, Newark, New Jersey , United States.

  • 1965Jacques Lipchitz: Retrospective, Boston University Art Gallery, Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

  • 1964The Cubist Period of Jacques Lipchitz, The Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, United States.

  • 1964Jacques Lipchitz, J.L. Hudson Gallery, Detroit, Michigan, United States.

  • 1964 - 1965Between Heaven and Earth, Documenta International, Kassel, Germany. traveled to Carnegie International, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

  • 1964Jacques Lipchitz: Retrospective, Boston University School of Fine and Applied Arts, Boston, Massachusetts, United States.

  • 1964Jacques Lipchitz, Marlborough-Gerson Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1963 - 1965Jacques Lipchitz: 157 Bronze Sketches 1912-1962, Otto Gerson Gallery, New York, New York, United States. circulated by The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York and traveled to Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire; Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York; Atlanta Art Association, Atlanta, Georgia; Joslyn Art Museum, Omaha, Nebraska; Tweed Gallery, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Arts Club of Chicago, Illinois; Detroit Institute of Art, Detroit, Michigan; Instituto Torcerato de Tella, Buenos Aires, Argentina; Museo de Arte Contemporaneo, University of Chile, Santiago, Chile; Museo de Bellas Artes, Caracas, Venezuela; Casa de Retiro, Instituto de Arte Contemporaneo, Lima, Peru; National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, Australia; Auckland City Art Gallery, Arts Council of New Zealand; National Gallery, Wellington, New Zealand

  • 1963 - 1964Jacques Lipchitz: A Retrospective Selected by the Artist, UCLA Art Galleries, University of California Art Council, Los Angeles, California, United States. traveled to San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California; Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado; Fort Worth Art Center, Fort Worth, Texas; Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa; Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

  • 1962Jacques Lipchitz: Recent Sculpture, Otto Gerson Gallery, New York , New York , United States.

  • 1961 - 1962Fifty Years of Lipchitz Sculpture, Otto Gerson Gallery, New York, New York,, United States. traveled to Andrew Dickson White Museum of Art, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York

  • 1960Jacques Lipchitz: A Retrospective Exhibition of Sculpture and Drawings, The Corcoran Gallery, Washington, DC, United States. traveled to Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland

  • 1960Juan Gris - Jacques Lipchitz: A Friendship, M. Knoedler & Co., New York, New York, United States.

  • 1959Jacques Lipchitz, École des Beaux-Arts, Montréal, Quebec, Canada. traveled in Canada to Norman MacKenzie Art Gallery, Regina, Saskatchewan; Winnipeg Art Gallery, Winnipeg, Manitoba; The Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario

  • 1959Jacques Lipchitz, Musée National d'Art Moderne, Paris, France.

  • 1959Á La Limite du Possible, Jacques Lipchitz: Fourteen Recent Works, 1958-59, and Earlier Works, 1949 -59, Fine Arts Associates, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1958 - 1959Lipchitz, Städtische Galerie München, Munich, Germany.

  • 1958 - 1959Jacques Lipchitz, Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands. traveled to Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller, Otterlo, The Netherlands; Kunsthalle, Basel, Switzerland ; Museum am Ostwall, Dortmund, Germany; Palais des Beaux-Arts, Brussels, Belgium

  • 1957Lipchitz: Small Sculptures, Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio, United States.

  • 1957Jacques Lipchitz, Frank Perls Gallery, Beverly Hills, California, United States.

  • 1957Jacques Lipchitz: ThirtyThree Semi-Automatics, 1955-56, and Earlier Works, 1915-28, Fine Arts Associates, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1954 - 1955The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, United States. traveled to Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota; the Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio

  • 1952Jacques Lipchitz, Frank Perls Gallery, Beverly Hills, California, United States. traveled to the Santa Barbara Museum of Art, Santa Barbara, California

  • 1951Jacques Lipchitz: Birth of the Muses, The Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1951Jacques Lipchitz, Buchholz Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1950Jacques Lipchitz, Petite Galerie du Séminaire, Brussels, Belgium.

  • 1950 - 1951Lipchitz: Works 1914-1950, Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon, United States. traveled to The San Francisco Museum of Art, San Francisco, California; The Cincinnati Art Museum, Cincinnati, Ohio

  • 1948Jacques Lipchitz: Early Stone Carvings and Recent Bronzes, Buchholz Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1946Jacques Lipchitz, Galerie Maeght, Paris, France.

  • 1946Jacques Lipchitz, Buchholz Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1944The Drawings of Jacques Lipchitz, Buchholz Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1943Jacques Lipchitz, Buchholz Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1942Jacques Lipchitz, Buchholz Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1942Jacques Lipchitz, Buchholz Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1937Jacques Lipchitz, at Les Maîtres de l'art indépendant, The World’s Fair, Petit Palais, Paris, France.

  • 1935 - 1936Jacques Lipchitz, Brummer Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 1930Cent Sculptures par Jacques Lipchitz, Galerie de la Renaissance Paris, Paris, France.

  • 1920Jacques Lipchitz, Galerie de l'Effort Moderne, Paris, France.

Group Exhibitions

  • 2016From Modern Into the Now: Masterworks from the Kasser Mochary Art Foundation, Tucson Museum of art, Tucson, Arizona, United States.

  • 2012A Hundred Years: Impressionist and Modern Master Works, 1880-1980, Alon Zakaim Fine Art, London, United Kingdom.

  • 2012The Steins Collect: Matisse, Picasso, and the Parisian Avant-Garde, The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York, United States.

  • 2012Degas to Dali, Auckland Art Gallery, Auckland, New Zealand.

  • 2012The Figure in Modern Sculpture, Forum Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 2011Chagall and the Russian Avant-Garde, Masterworks from the Centre Pompidou, Paris, Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Canada.

  • 2011Summer Group Exhibition, Marlborough Gallery, New York, New York, United States.

  • 2011Paris Through the Window: Marc Chagall and His Circle, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelpha, Pennsylvania, United States.

  • 2011Seeing Gertrude Stein: Five Stories, Contemporary Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California, United States.

  • 2011Permament Collection, Villa Noailles, Hyères, France.

  • 2009Picasso, and Modern Art in Paris, Museum of the Shenandoah Valley, Winchester, Virginia, United States.

  • 2009American Artists from the Russian Empire, Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia.

  • 2009My Homeland is Within My Soul, Art Without Borders: The Jewish Contribution to Art and European Culture, Palais Des Nations, Geneva, Switzerland.

  • 2009 Innovations in the Third Dimension: Sculpture of Our Times, Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States.

  • 2009Simultaneousness, Palazzo Reale, Milan, Italy.

  • 2009Bizarre Perfection, Israel Museum, Jerusalem, Israel.

  • 2009La Escultura en la Colección del IVAM, Institut Valencia d’Art Modern, Centro Julio Gonzalez, Valencia, Spain.

  • 2009La Ruche, cité des artistes, 1902-2009, Palais Lumiére d’Evian, Rhône-Alpes, France.

  • 2008American Artists from the Russian Empire, Fred Jones Jr. Museum of Art, University of Oklahoma, Norman, Oklahoma, United States. traveled to the State Russian Museum, St. Petersburg, Russia; State Tretyakov Gallery, Moscow, Russia; San Diego Museum of Art, San Diego, California

  • 2008Matisse, Picasso and Modern Art in Paris: The T. Catesby Jones Collections, works from the collections of the University of Virginia Art Museum and the Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Charlottesville, Virginia, United States.

  • 2008Paris Portraits: Artists, Friends, and Lovers, The Bruce Museum, Greenwich, Connecticut, United States.

Public Collections

  • Perlman Teaching Museum, Carleton College, Northfield, Minnesota, United States

  • Sheldon Memorial Art Gallery and Sculpture Garden, University of Nebraska, Lincoln, Nebraska, United States

  • Worcester Art Museum, Worcester, Massachusetts, United States

  • Wilhelm Lehmbruck Museum, Duisburg, Germany

  • Whitney Museum of American Art, New York, New York, United States

  • Washington University Gallery of Art, St. Louis, Missouri, United States

  • Walker Art Center, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

  • Virginia Museum of Fine Arts, Richmond, Virginia, United States

  • University of Michigan Museum of Art, Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States

  • University of Iowa Museum of Art, Iowa City, Iowa, United States

  • University of Arizona Museum of Art, Tucson, Arizona, United States

  • Tweed Museum of Art, University of Minnesota Duluth, Duluth, Minnesota, United States

  • Tokushima Modern Art Museum, Tokushima, Japan

  • Tel Aviv Museum of Art, Tel Aviv, Israel

  • Tate Gallery, London, England

  • Syracuse University Art Collection, Syracuse, New York, United States

  • Stedelijk Van Abbe Museum, Eindhoven, The Netherlands

  • Stedelijk Museum, Amsterdam, The Netherlands

  • Stanford University Museum of Art, Stanford, California, United States

  • Städtische Kunsthalle Mannheim, Mannheim, Germany

  • Staatsgalerie Stuttgart, Stuttgart, Germany

  • Staatliche Kunsthalle, Karlsruhe, Germany

  • Sprengel Museum, Hannover, Germany

  • Smith College Museum of Art, Northhampton, Massachusetts, United States

  • Skirball Museum, Hebrew Union College, Los Angeles, California, United States

  • Shizuoka Prefectural Museum of Art, Shizuoka, Japan

  • Yale University Art Gallery, New Haven, Connecticut, United States

  • Scottsdale Center for the Arts, Scottsdale, Arizona, United States

  • Scottish National Gallery of Modern Art, Edinburgh, Scotland

  • San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, San Francisco, California, United States

  • St. Louis Art Museum, Saint Louis, Missouri, United States

  • Saarland Museum, Saarbrücken, Germany

  • Queensland Art Gallery, Brisbane, Australia

  • Portland Art Museum, Portland, Oregon, United States

  • Phillips Collection, Washington, DC, United States

  • Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States

  • PepsiCo Sculpture Gardens, Purchase, New York, United States

  • Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation, New York, New York, United States

  • Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice, Italy

  • Openluchtmuseum voor Beeldhouwkunst, Middelheimpark, Antwerp, Belgium

  • Olin Library, Cornell University, Ithaca, New York, United States

  • Norton Simon Museum, Pasadena, California, United States

  • Norton Museum of Art, West Palm Beach, Florida, United States

  • New Orleans Museum of Art, New Orleans, Louisiana, United States

  • Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art, Kansas City, Missouri, United States

  • National Gallery of Canada, Ottawa, Ontario, Canada

  • National Gallery of Art, Washington, DC, United States

  • Museum of Modern Art, New York, New York, United States

  • Museum of Fine Arts, Houston, Texas

  • Museum Folkwang, Essen, Germany

  • Museum Boymans-van Beuningen, Rotterdam, The Netherlands

  • Museo de Bellas Artes de Caracas, Caracas, Venezuela

  • Musée d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, Paris, France

  • Musée d’Art et d’Histoire du Judaïsme, Paris, France

  • Musée des Beaux-Arts et de la Céramique, Rouen, France

  • Musée des Beaux-Arts, Nancy, France

  • Munson-Williams-Proctor Institute, Museum of Art, Utica, New York, United States

  • Montréal Museum of Fine Arts, Montréal, Quebec, Canada

  • Miriam and Ira D. Wallach Art Gallery, Columbia University, New York, New York, United States

  • Minnesota Museum of American Art, St. Paul, Minnesota, United States

  • Minneapolis Institute of Arts, Minneapolis, Minnesota, United States

  • Milwaukee Art Museum, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, United States

  • Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York, New York, United States

  • Meadows Museum, Southern Methodist University, Dallas, Texas, United States

  • M.I.T.-List Visual Arts Center, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

  • Los Angeles County Museum of Art, Los Angeles, California, United States

  • Kunstmuseum Bern, Bern, Switzerland

  • Kunstmuseum Basel, KunBasel, Switzerland

  • Kunsthaus Zürich, Zurich, Switzerland

  • Kröller-Müller Museum, Otterlo, The Netherlands, United States

  • Jewish Museum, San Francisco, California, United States

  • The Jewish Museum, New York, New York, United States

  • Israel Museum and Billy Rose Art Garden, Jerusalem, Israel

  • Iris & B. Gerald Cantor Center for Visual Arts at Stanford University, Stanford, California, United States

  • Indiana University Art Museum, Bloomington, Indiana, United States

  • Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth College, Hanover, New Hampshire, United States

  • Honolulu Academy of Arts, Honolulu, Hawaii, United States

  • Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC, United States

  • Hamburger Kunsthalle, Hamburg, Germany

  • Hakone Open-Air Museum, Hakone-machi, Japan

  • Haags Gemeentemuseum, The Hague, The Netherlands

  • Galleria Nazionale d'Arte Moderna, Rome, Italy

  • Franklin D. Murphy Sculpture Garden, University of California, Los Angeles, California, United States

  • Fogg Art Museum, Harvard University, Cambridge, Massachusetts, United States

  • Detroit Institute of Arts, Detroit, Michigan, United States

  • Des Moines Art Center, Des Moines, Iowa, United States

  • Denver Art Museum, Denver, Colorado, United States

  • Davis Museum and Cultural Center, Wellesley College, Wellesley, Massachusetts, United States

  • The David and Alfred Smart Museum of Art, University of Chicago, Illinois, United States

  • Dallas Museum of Art, Dallas, Texas, United States

  • Currier Gallery of Art, Manchester, New Hampshire, United States

  • Contemporary Arts Museum, Houston, Texas, United States

  • Cleveland Museum of Art, Cleveland, Ohio, United States

  • Chrysler Museum, Norfolk, Virginia, United States

  • Centro Museo de Arte Reina Sofía, Madrid, Spain

  • Musée National d’Art Modern, Centre George Pompidou, Paris, France

  • Bunkamura Museum of Art, Tokyo, Japan

  • Broadgate Square, London, England

  • Birmingham Museum of Art, Birmingham, Alabama, United States

  • Barnes Foundation, Merion, Pennsylvania, United States

  • Baltimore Museum of Art, Baltimore, Maryland, United States

  • Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, United States

  • Art Museum, Princeton University, Princeton, New Jersey, United States

  • Art Institute of Chcago, Chicago, Illinois, United States

  • Art Gallery of Ontario, Toronto, Ontario, Canada

  • Albright-Knox Art Gallery, Buffalo, New York, United States

Public Commissions

  • 1971Our Tree of Life, commission, Mount Scopus, Jerusalem, Israel (through 1978)

  • 1971Government of the People, commission, Municipal Plaza, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (through 1976)

  • 1971Bellerophon Taming Pegasus, commission, Columbia University Law School, New York, New York, United States (through 1977)

  • 1967Commemoration medal on the unification of Jerusalem, commission, commissioned by Mayor Teddy Kollek, given "gratis" to the state of Israel, Jerusalem, Israel

  • 1965Portrait commission - John F. Kennedy, commission, The City of Newark, Military Park, New Jersey, United States International Students House, London, England, and the Kennedy Memorial Library, Cambridge, Massachusetts

  • 1964Medallion portrait of President Johnson for the Presidential Scholar Awards, commission, The Presidential Scholar Program, Washington, DC, United States

  • 1963Peace on Earth, Commission, Los Angeles County Music Center, Los Angeles, California, United States (through 1969)

  • 1961Daniel Greysolon, Sieur du Luth, commission, by the bequest of Albert L. Ordean and the City of Duluth, Duluth, Minnesota, United States (through 1965)

  • 1958Ornamental gates and a second cast of Nôtre Dame de Liesse, commission, Philip Johnson's Roofless Church, New Harmony, Indiana, United States

  • 1951Spirit of Enterprise, United States, Fairmont Park Association, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States (through 1958)

  • 1950Birth of the Muses, commission, Mrs. John D. Rockefeller III, New York, New York, United States

  • 1946Nôtre Dame de Liesse, commission, Nôtre Dame de Toute Grâce Catholic Church, Assy, HauteSavoie, France (through 1955)

  • 1943Prometheus Strangling the Vulture, commission, El Ministerio de Sanidad y Educación, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (through 1944)

  • 1936Prometheus Strangling the Vulture (destroyed), commission, The World’s Fair, Paris, France with The Government of France, (through 1937)

  • 1931Song of the Vowels, commission, Madame de Maudrot, Le Pradet, France

  • 1927Joy of Life, commission, Viscomte Charles de Noailles, Hyères, France

  • 1922Figure, commission, Madame Tachard, Paris, France (through 1930)

  • 1922Five stone reliefs, stone, Dr. Albert C. Barnes (The Barnes Foundation), Merion, Pennsylvania , United States (through 1923)

  • 1921Portrait commission - Mlle Coco Chanel and Reclining Woman (Andirons), commission, Coco Chanel, Paris, France

Catalogues and Monographs

  • 2010Marlborough Inc.. Jacques Lipchitz: Beyond Bible and Myth. New York: Marlborough Gallery.

  • 2009Marlborough Inc.. Encuentros: Jacques Lipchitz y el primitivo. Barcelona: Galeria Marlborough .

  • 2009Affron, Matthew and John B. Ravenal. Matisse, Picasso, and Modern Art in Paris. Richmond and Charlottesville: Virginia Museum of Fine Arts and the Rector and Visitors of the University of Virginia.

  • 2009Hall-Duncan, Nancy et al. Innovations in the Third Dimension: Sculpture of Our Time. Greenwich: Bruce Museum.

  • 2009de Barañano, Kosme. Jacques Lipchitz Rétrospective. Biarritz: Biarritz La Bellevue.

  • 2009Casabán, Ciscar Consuelo. "At the Epicenter of Sculpture” Cuadernos del IVAM 14. Valencia: Institut Valencia d’Art Modern.

  • 2008Solucions Gràfiques Xeix. Encuentros: Jacques Lipchitz y el arte primitivo. Barcelona: Solucions Gràfiques Xeix.

  • 2008Marlborough Inc.. Jacques Lipchitz: Sculptures, Bas Reliefs et Dessins 1921-1971. Monaco: Galerie Marlborough.

  • 2008Porcel, Violant and Elena Martinez-Jacquet. Encuentros – Jacques Lipchitz y el arte primitivo. Barcelona: Marlborough Barcelona.

  • 2008Scott, Deborah Emont, ed.. The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art: A Handbook of the Collection. Kansas City: The Nelson-Atkins Museum of Art.

  • 2007Marlborough Inc.. Jacques Lipchitz: Early Works, Reliefs and Drawings. New York : Marlborough Gallery.

  • 2005Musée de Années. Lipchitz: Les Années Françaises de 1910 à 1940. Paris: Musée de Années.

  • 2005IVAM Institut Valencia d’Art Modern. Lipchitz: Los Yesos en el Ivan. Valencia: IVAM Institut Valencia d’Art Modern.

  • 1998Les Jardins du Palais Royal. Lipchitz dans les Jardins du Palais Royal. Paris: Les Jardins du Palais Royal.

  • 1997Galería Marlborough. Jacques Lipchitz: Escultura 1911-1971. Madrid: Galería Marlborough.

  • 1997Leal, Paloma Esteban, and Carmen Fernández Aparicio. Donación Lipchitz. Madrid: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia.

  • 1997Yvars, J.F., and Lucía Ybarra. Cartas a Lipchitz y algunos inéditos del artista. Madrid: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia.

  • 1997Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Jacques Lipchitz: Un mundo sorprendido en el espacio. Madrid: Museo Nacional Centro de Arte Reina Sofia. Valencia: IVAM, Centro Julio González, 1997

  • 1996Marlborough Gallery. Jacques Lipchitz: Sculpture 1910-1940, The Paris Years. New York: Marlborough Gallery.

  • 1996Thames and Hudson. The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz - A Catalogue Raisonné, Volume One - The Paris Years 1910-1940. London and New York: Thames and Hudson.

  • 1993Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973). Murcia, Spain: Centro de Arte Palacio Almundi de Murcia. Jacques Lipchitz (1891-1973). Murcia: Centro de Arte Palacio Almundi de Murcia.

  • 1993Galería Marlborough. Jacques Lipchitz: Esculturas 1913 - 1972. Madrid: Galería Marlborough.

  • 1991Yifat, Dorit. Jacques Lipchitz from Sketch to Sculpture. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

  • 1989Wilkinson, Alan G. Jacques Lipchitz: A Life in Sculpture. Toronto: Art Gallery of Ontario.

  • 1988Galerie Marwan Hoss. Hommage à Lipchitz: Oeuvres de 1914 a 1963. Paris: Galerie Marwan Hoss.

  • 1987Jenkins, D.F. and D. Pullen. The Lipchitz Gift: Models for Sculpture. London: Tate Gallery.

  • 1987Marlborough Gallery. Jacques Lipchitz: The Cubist Period (1913-1930). New York: Marlborough Gallery,.

  • 1987Galería Fernando Quintana. Jacques Lipchitz: Esculturas. Bogota: Galería Fernando Quintana.

  • 1985Marlborough Fine Art. Jacques Lipchitz: A Survey 1911-1973. Tokyo: Marlborough Fine Art.

  • 1985Marlborough Gallery. Jacques Lipchitz: Selected Sculpture, Reliefs & Drawings 1911-1972. New York: Marlborough Gallery.

  • 1983Parke-Taylor, Michael. Jacques Lipchitz: Mother and Child. Saskatchewan: University of Regina.

  • 1982University of Arizona Press. Jacques Lipchitz: Models and Sketches. Phoenix: University of Arizona Press.

  • 1982Aberbach Fine Art. Jacques Lipchitz. New Yok: Aberbach Fine Art.

  • 1981Marlborough Gallery. Jacques Lipchitz: Selected Sculpture in Large Scale 1927-1971. New York: Marlborough Gallery.

  • 1978Marlborough Fine Art. Jacques Lipchitz: Sculpture and Drawings from the Cubist Epoch. London: Marlborough Fine Art.

  • 1978Garland Publishing. Jacques Lipchitz and Cubism. New York: Garland Publishing.

  • 1977Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller. Lipchitz in Otterlo. Otterlo: Rijksmuseum Kröller-Müller.

  • 1977Barbier, Nicole, Cachin Francoise and George Pierre. 100 oeuvres nouvelles 1974-76. Paris: Musée National d'Art Moderne, Centre National d'Art et de Culture Georges Pompidou.

  • 1975Stott, Deborah A. Jacques Lipchitz and Cubism. New York: Unpublished Ph.D. dissertation, Columbia University.

  • 1974Brooks Memorial Art Gallery. Sculptures by Jacques Lipchitz. Memphis: Brooks Memorial Art Gallery.

  • 1974Barrio-Garay, J.L. "Master Drawings of Jacques Lipchitz." Selected Master Drawings of Jacques Lipchitz: 1910-1958. Athens: Trisolini Gallery of Ohio University.

  • 1973Wadley, Nicholas. Jacques Lipchitz. London: Marlborough Fine Art. Zurich: Galerie Marlborough

  • 1973Marlborough Gallery. Tribute to Jacques Lipchitz. New York: Marlborough Gallery. Translation by James Brockway

  • 1972Makler Gallery. Jacques Lipchitz: Sculpture, Watercolors, and Drawings. Philadelphia: Makler Gallery.

  • 1971Tel Aviv Museum of Art. Jacques Lipchitz: Sculpture and Drawings, 1911-1970. Tel Aviv: Tel Aviv Museum of Art.

  • 1971Weyl, Martin and Willem Sandberg. Jacques Lipchitz: Bronze Sketches. Jerusalem: Israel Museum.

  • 1971Amishai-Maisels, Ziva. Jacques Lipchitz at Eighty (Sculptures and Drawings 1911-1971). Jerusalem: Israel Museum.

  • 1970Herding, Klaus and Jörn Merkert. Jacques Lipchitz: Skulpturen und Zeichnungen, 1911- 1969. Berlin: Neue Nationalgalerie.

  • 1969Arnason, Harvard H.. Jacques Lipchitz: Sketches in Bronze. New York: Praeger. London: Pall Mall

  • 1969Lipchitz, Jacques. The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz. Milwaukee: University of Wisconsin. Herron Museum of Art, Indianapolis

  • 1968Werner, Alfred. Lipchitz: The Cubist Period, 1913-1930. New York: Marlborough Gerson Gallery.

  • 1967Swope, John. Swope, John. Jacques Lipchitz: Sculptor and Collector. Los Angeles, California: U.C.L.A. Art Council, 1967. A photographic study.. Los Angeles: U.C.L.A. Art Council. A photographic study.

  • 1966Dunkelman Gallery. Jacques Lipchitz Images of Italy. Toronto: Dunkelman Gallery.

  • 1966Van Bork, Bert. Jacques Lipchitz: The Artist at Work. New York: Crown Publishers.

  • 1965Boston University Press. Jacques Lipchitz: Retrospective Sculpture and Drawing. Boston: Boston University Press.

  • 1965Museo de Bellas Artes. Jacques Lipchitz: Bocetos en Bronce, 1912-62. Caracas: Museo de Bellas Artes.

  • 1964Instituto Torcuato di Tella Buenos Aires. Jacques Lipchitz: Esbozos de Bronce 1912-62. Buenos Aires: Instituto Torcuato di Tella Buenos Aires.

  • 1964Phillips Collection and H.K. Press. Cubist Period of Jacques Lipchitz. Washington, DC: Phillips Collection and H.K. Press.

  • 1963Wight, Frederick S. Jacques Lipchitz. Los Angeles: U.C.L.A. Art Council.

  • 1963Otto Gerson Gallery. Jacques Lipchitz. 157 Small Bronze Sketches, 1914-1962. New York: Otto Gerson Gallery.

  • 1962Otto Gerson Gallery. Jacques Lipchitz: Recent Sculpture. New York: Otto Gerson Gallery.

  • 1961Patai, Irene. Encounters: The Life of Jacques Lipchitz. New York: Funk & Wagnalls Co..

  • 1961Sandberg, Willem. Fifty Years of Lipchitz Sculpture. New York: Otto Gerson Gallery.

  • 1961Hammacher, A.M. Jacques Lipchitz: His Sculpture. New York: Abrams. London: Thames & Hudson, n.d.

  • 1960Breeskin, A. D., Jacques Lipchitz, and H.W. Williams. Jacques Lipchitz: A Retrospective Exhibition of Sculpture and Drawings. Washington, DC: Corcoran Gallery.

  • 1959Dorival, Bernard. Sculpture by Jacques Lipchitz. London: Arts Council of Great Britain & Tate Gallery.

  • 1959Fine Arts Associates, 1959. Jacques Lipchitz: Fourteen Recent Works, 1958-59 and Earlier Works, 1949-59. New York: Fine Arts Associates. Text by Lipchitz: “À la limite du possible.”

  • 1959Syracuse University Press. Lipchitz: Sculpture, Drawings, Gouaches. Syracuse: Syracuse University Press.

  • 1958Allert de Lange. Jacques Lipchitz. Amsterdam: Allert de Lange. London: Zwemmer; New York: Universe Books

  • 1958Eckhardt, Ferdinand. Jacques Lipchitz. Montreal: Winnipeg Art Gallery and École des Beaux-Arts.

  • 1958Stadische Galerie München. Jacques Lipchitz. Munich: Stadische Galerie München.

  • 1958Städtische Galerie München. Lipchitz. Munich: Städtische Galerie München.

  • 1957Fine Arts Associates. Jacques Lipchitz: Thirty-three Semi-automatics, 1955-56, and Earlier works,1915-28. New York: Fine Arts Associates.

  • 1954Hope, Henry R. The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz. New York: Museum of Modern Art.

  • 1954Goldwater, Robert. Lipchitz. Cologne and Berlin: Kiepenheuer & Witsch.

  • 1950Ritchie, Andrew C. Lipchitz: Works 1914-1950. Portland: Portland Art Museum.

  • 1947Bucher, Jeanne. Jacques Lipchitz. Paris: Jeanne Bucher.

  • 1946Cassou, Jean, Camille Soula, and Jacques Kober. Jacques Lipchitz. Paris: Galerie Maeght.

  • 1946Jean, Camille Soula, and Jacques Kober, Cassou. Jacques Lipchitz. Paris: Galerie Maeght.

  • 1943Valentin, Curt. Twelve Bronzes by Jacques Lipchitz. New York: Buchholz Gallery. special edition of 35, numbered and signed, and each contained one original etching.

  • 1941Schwartzberg, Miriam B. The Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz. New York: Unpublished master's thesis for New York University. Typescript in Museum of Modern Art Library.

  • 1935Faure, Elie. Jacques Lipchitz. New York: Brummer Gallery. English translation by Allan Ross MacDougall

  • 1930Galerie de la Renaissance. Cent Sculptures par Jacques Lipchitz. Paris: Galerie de la Renaissance.

  • 1929Vitrac, Roger. Vitrac, Roger. Jacques Lipchitz. Paris: Gallimard, 1929. Paris: Gallimard.

  • 1920Raynal, Maurice. Lipchitz. Paris: Action. second edition 1927

Books and Articles by the Artist

  • 1977Lippold, D.W., J. Thalacker, and Jacques Lipchitz.. Art in Architecture. Rochester, Michigan: Meadowbrook Gallery, Oakland University, 1977.

  • 1972Lipchitz, Jacques. Jacques Lipchitz with Harvard H. Arnason. "Jacques Lipchitz: His Life in Sculpture". Jacques Lipchitz with Harvard H. Arnason. "Jacques Lipchitz: His Life in Sculpture." Metropolitan Museum of Art Bulletin, Vol. 30, No. 6, June-July, pp. 284-88.

  • 1972Lipchitz, Jacques. Jacques Lipchitz with Harvard H. Arnason. My Life in Sculpture. Jacques Lipchitz with Harvard H. Arnason. My Life in Sculpture, New York: Viking Press, 1972; Canada: Macmillan Company, 1972.

  • 1971Lipchitz, Jacques. Interview with Linda Arking "A Visit with Jacques Lipchitz" . Atlantic Monthly, March 1971, pp. 68-77.

  • 1969Lipchitz, Jacques. Foreword in Jacques Lipchitz, with Harvard H. Arnason. New York: Praeger Publishers, 1969, p. 4.

  • 1968Lipchitz, Jacques. Introduction in Art in Architecture, with Louis G. Redstone. Introduction in Art in Architecture, with Louis G. Redstone, New York: McGrawHill, 1968.

  • 1963Lipchitz, Jacques. Interview with Frederick S. Wight "A Talk with Jacques Lipchitz." in Jacques Lipchitz Retrospective. Los Angeles: U.C.L.A. Art Council, 1963.

  • 1961Lipchitz, Jacques. "Introductory Statement" in A.M. Hammacher, Jacques Lipchitz: His Sculpture. New York: Abrams, pp. 9-10.

  • 1961Lipchitz, Jacques. Interview with Katherine Kuh, "Conclusions from an old Cubist". Art News, Vol. 60, November 1961, pp. 48-49.

  • 1961Lipchitz, Jacques. Interview with Selden Rodman. "Lipchitz." in Conversation with Artists. New York: Capricorn Books, 1961

  • 1960Lipchitz, Jacques. Statement in "Jacques Lipchitz montre sa collection". L'Oeil, No. 66, June, pp. 46-53.

  • 1957Lipchitz, Jacques. "I call them semi-automatics....Hastings-on-Hudson, 1957" in Jacques Lipchitz: Thirty-three Semiautomatics, 1955-56, and Earlier Works,1915-28. New York: Fine Arts Associates.

  • 1954Lipchitz, Jacques. "About Rodin". Introduction in exhibition catalogue for Auguste Rodin, New York: Curt Valentin Gallery, May.

  • 1953Lipchitz, Jacques. What in the World? Identification of Archaeological Objects: A Television Broadcast. Archaeology, Cambridge, Massachusetts, Vol. 6, March, pp. 18-23.

  • 1952Lipchtiz, Jacques. Statement in "Fourteen Eyes in a Museum Storeroom" . University Museum Bulletin, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, February, pp. 12-17.

  • 1952Lipchitz, Jacques. Amedeo Modigliani. (Library of Great Painters, Portfolio Edition) New York: Abrams

  • 1951Lipchtiz, Jacques. "I Remember Modigliani," as told to Dorothy Seckler. Art News, Vol. 49, February 1951, pp. 26-29, 64-65.

  • 1947Lipchitz, Jacques. Brief statement in a Symposium on Guernica (Picasso). Museum of Modern Art, New York, November 25, 1947. Typescript in Museum of Modern Art Library, New York.

  • 1945Lipchitz, Jacques. Interview with J.J. Sweenry. Partisan Review, Winter

  • 1944Lipchitz, Jacques. Foreword in Juan Gris. Buchholz Gallery, New York

  • 1943Lipchitz, Jacques. Foreword in Bronzes by Degas, Matisse, Renoir. Buchholz Gallery, New York

  • 1942Lipchitz, Jacques. The Story of My Prometheus. Art in Australia, Sydney, Ser. 4, No. 6, June-August, pp. 2935.

  • 1935Lipchitz, Jacques. Réponse à une enquête sur l'art d'aujourd'hui. Cahiers d'Art, Paris, Vol. 10, p. 68.

  • 1930Lipchitz, Jacques. Jacques Lipchitz. Omaggio a Modigliani, Milan

  • 1929Lipchitz, Jacques. Answer to a questionnaire. Little Review, New York, Vol. 12, May 1929, pp. 47 48. Reprinted in Hammacher, Jacques Lipchitz: His Sculpture. New York: Abrams, 1961, pp. 70-71

  • 1919Lipchitz, Jacques. Jacques Lipchitz. Valori Plastici, Rome, Vol.1, Nos. 2-3, February-March 1919, p. 3

Films

  • 1998Lipchitz Dans Les Jardins du Palais Royal, publisher, in collaboration with in collaboration with, music by music, edited by edited by , film by publisher 1998, video.

  • 1998Lipchitz au Palais Royal, publisher, in collaboration with in collaboration with, music by music, edited by edited by, film by publisher On Line Productions, 1998, video.

  • 1979Masters of Modern Sculpture Series. Part 1: The Pioneers, produced and directed by Michael Blackwood, in collaboration with in collaboration with, music by music, edited by edited by, film by produced and directed by Michael Blackwood Michael Blackwood Productions Inc., 16mm film and video.

  • 1971Jacques Lipchitz, Directed and produced by Bruce Bassett, in collaboration with in collaboration with, music by music, edited by edited by, film by Directed and produced by Bruce Bassett New York, and Jacques Lipchitz Art Foundation, 1971, 16mm film. Re-released in video, Jacques Lipchitz, Bruce W. Bassett Productions, 1989.

  • 1968"Conversations with Lipchitz." Taped interviews with Deborah A. Stott, publisher, in collaboration with in collaboration with, music by music, edited by edited by, film by publisher Jacques Lipchitz ArtFoundation, New York, 1968- 70.

  • 1964CBS TV Series. Chronicle, 1964. "The Best is Yet to Be." Interview with Lipchitz (among others) by Charles Collingwood, publisher, in collaboration with in collaboration with, music by music, edited by edited by, film by publisher TV Archives, Museum of Modern Art

  • 1962ABC TV Series. Directions '62, Interview with Lipchitz by Eli Wallach, publisher, in collaboration with in collaboration with, music by music, edited by edited by, film by publisher TV Archives, Museum of Modern Art.

  • 1958NBC TV Series. Wisdom, 1958. "Conversations with the Elder Wise Men of Our Day." Interview with Jacques Lipchitz by Cranston Jones, publisher, in collaboration with in collaboration with, music by music, edited by edited, film by publisher Text printed in James Nelson, ed,. Wisdom: Conversations with the Elder Wise Men of Our Day, New York, 1958, pp. 74-75.

  • 1952NBC TV Series. Wisdom, 1952. Interview with Lipchitz by Cranston Jones, publisher, in collaboration with in collaboration, music by music, edited by edited by, film by publisher TV Archives, Museum of Modern Art.

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  • 2010Anonymous. "Samuel Memorial Sculpture Garden, Philadelphia." arslocii: placeness as art, February 03, 2010. illustrated, p. 1

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  • 2009Anonymous. "American Artists from the Russian Empire." Russia Today, June 15, 2009

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  • 2009Casabán, Consuelo Ciscar. "At the Epicenter of Sculpture." Cuadernos del IVAM14, January 01, 2009, pp. 91-92. illustrated, p. 43 2009

  • 2009Cembalest, Robin. "Making the Local Global." ARTnews, June 01, 2009, pp. 56-59 Summer 2009

  • 2009Fernández, Jon. "Los dibujos de Lipchitz desnudan su obra en Bilbao." El Correo Digital, March 24, 2009, p. 63

  • 2009Keenan, Stacey. "Museum gears up for exhibit of works by Picasso, others." NV Daily, August 14, 2009

  • 2009Lempkowicz, Yossi. "Geneva exhibit of Russian avant-garde art celebrates Jewish Contribution to European Culture." European Jewish Press, June 08, 2009

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  • 2009Rafferty. "Chanel No. 31." France Today, June 01, 2009 June 2009

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  • 2008Anonymous. "This Week’s Image." torontowide.com, August 01, 2008 August 2008

  • 2008Anonymous. "Visual Arts: Sculpture on the Move." The Globe and Mail, September 09, 2008, p. 3 sec. R

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  • 2006Díez, Jesús María. "La obra inquietante de Lipchitz ‘invade’ el castillo de Javier." El Mundo, May 30, 2006, p. 53, May 30, 2006, p. 53

  • 2006Rubio, Jesús. "Javier escucha los lenguajes de Lipchitz." Diario2, May 30, 2006, p. 80

  • 2005Anonymous. "Art, mer et soleil." Point de Vue, August 24, 2005 August 24/30, 2005

  • 2005Anonymous. "Du monumentale à Saint Tropez." Monaco Hebdo, June 30, 2005 June 30 - July 6, 2005

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  • 2005Anonymous. "La Citadelle toujours aussi sculpturale." Le Tropezien, June 01, 2005 June, 2005

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  • 2005Anonymous. "Sculptures à la Citadelle de Saint-Tropez." Le Bavar, June 18, 2005, p. 17 June 18 – July 19

  • 2005Anonymous. "Sculptures monumentales à la citadelle." Var Matin, June 17, 2005

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  • 2005Graciano, Francesca. "Appuntamento con l’Arte à Saint-Tropez." Il Secolo XIX, July 01, 2005 July, 2005

  • 2005Nattaer, Federica. "Un’estate all’insegna dell’arte contemporanea." Il Foglio Italiano, September 01, 2005, p. 58 September 2005

  • 2005Saint-Martin, Alix. "Les années françaises de Jacques Lipchitz." 92 Express, September 01, 2005 Autumn 2005

  • 2004Henry, Clare. "Sculptors Poles Apart But Of Their Age." Financial Times, March 03, 2004, p. 9

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  • 1998Anonymous. "Instantané - Le Retour de Prométhée." Le Monde, Paris, June 30, 1998

  • 1998Anonymous. "Lipchitz au Palais-Royal." Le Journal du Dimanche, Paris, June 14, 1998

  • 1998Anonymous. "Sculptures en balade." L’Express - Paris Spectacles, July 02, 1998 July 2-8, 1998

  • 1998Baudot, François. "Sculptures de Lipchitz - Le Palais Royal Revisité." Elle, Paris, August 03, 1998

  • 1998Couturier, Elisabeth. "Au Palais-Royal Lipchitz fait un pied de bronze à Buren." Match de Paris, Paris, July 02, 1998

  • 1998Duault, Nicole. "Au Palais-Royal - Jacques Lipchtiz ouvre le bal, dans ce nouveau temple de la sculpture." Sommaire, Paris, June 06, 1998 June 6-12, 1998

  • 1998Garnier, Isabelle. "L’Art est au jardin." Madame Fogaro, Paris, June 06, 1998, pp. 42-43

  • 1998Hampel, Claude. "L’œvre sculpté de Jacques Lipchitz: 'une statuaire de thèmes et d’idées'." Cahiers Bernard Lazare, July 01, 1998, pp. 16-17

  • 1998Harvard-Franceschi, Natacha. "Première grande exposition de Lipchitz à Paris - Un musée dans les jardins du Palais-Royal." Gala, Paris, June 04, 1998

  • 1998Koskas, Pierre. "Baroque et Lyrique Lipchitz." Tribune Juive, Paris, July 23, 1998

  • 1998Marescauz, Laure. "Les Sculptures de Jacques Lipchitz s’affichent en ville." VSD Sommaire, Paris, June 18, 1998 June 18-24, 1998

  • 1998Perruche, Céline. "Au Palais-Royal, Lipchitz saute de la plastique africaine à la politique." La Croix, Paris, August 18, 1998

  • 1998Pinte, Jean-Louis. "Jacques Lipchitz - Le lyrisme des corps." Figaro Scope, Paris, June 03, 1998

  • 1998Tasset, Jean-Marie. "Jardins du Palais-Royal - Lipchitz en magesté." Le Figaro - La Vie Des Arts, Paris, May 19, 1998, p. 29

  • 1998Wolfzahn, Karolina. "Jacques Lipchitz au Palais-Royal." L’Arche, Paris, June 01, 1998 June 1998

  • 1997Anonymous. "El Reina Sofía recibe una donación de 21 obras de Lipchitz." La Cultura, El País, Madrid, October 26, 1997, p. 40

  • 1997Sierra, Rafael. "El Reina Sofía engrosa su colección." Cultura, El Mundo, Madrid, November 26, 1997, p. 55

  • 1993Anonymous. "The 'David-Orpheus' Motif in Jacques Lipchitz." Jewish Art, Israel, Vol. 19-20, January 01, 1993, pp. 212-223 1993-94

  • 1993Lerner, Abram. "A Recollection." Archives of American Art Journal, Vol. 33, No. 4, January 01, 1993, pp. 8-10 1993

  • 1993Raynor, Vivien. "Wrestling With the Ever-Changing Forces of Modernism." The New York Times, Westchester Review, October 17, 1993, p. 24

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  • 1991Anonymous. "Lipchitz show at the Jewish Museum: Effort to Revise Artist's Reputation." New York Observer, New York, January 24, 1991, p. 1

  • 1991Anonymous. "Small was Generally Better after Lipchitz Found Fame." New York Observer, New York, Vol. 5, No. 4, January 28, 1991

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  • 1991Payne, E.H.. "Four Faces of Cubism." Detroit Institute Bulletin, October 01, 1991 Autumn 1991

  • 1991Perl, Jed. "The Neo-Baroque: Lipchitz and De Chirico." New Criterion, New York, Vol. 9, No. 7, March 01, 1991 March 1991

  • 1991Posèq, Avigdor W.G. "Childhood Fantasy into Archetype Icons in Jacques Lipchitz." Konsthistorisk Tidskrift, Vol. 60, No.1, January 01, 1991, pp. 42-55 1991

  • 1990Baker, Kenneth. "A Fearless Sculptor's Lifelong Evolution." San Francisco Chronicle, January 14, 1990

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  • 1990Feaver, William. "Hear, hear, O'Israel." Sunday Observer, London, October 14, 1990, p. 59

  • 1989Anonymous. "Jacques Lipchitz's ‘David and Goliath'." Source: Notes in the History of Art, Vol. 8, No. 2, April 01, 1989, pp. 22-31 Spring 1989

  • 1987Swann, Ron Robertson. "Jacques Lipchitz: Musical Instruments." Art and Australia, Vol. 25, No. 2, June 01, 1987, pp. 220-221

  • 1984Wilkinson, Alan G. Paris and London: Modigliani, Lipchitz, Epstein, and Gaudier-Brzeska - Primitivism in 20th Century Art: Affinity of the Tribal and the Modern. New York: The Museum of Modern Art, 1984, pp. 417-450 Vol. II

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  • 1979Quantrill, M. "London Letter." Art International, Vol. 22, No. 9, February 01, 1979, pp. 38-45 February 1979

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  • 1978Elsen, Albert. "Duets of the Line and Shadow." Art News, Vol. 77, No. 3, March 01, 1978, pp. 64-66 March 1978

  • 1977Cavaliere, B. "Exhibition Review." Arts Magazine, Vol. 51, No. 8, April 01, 1977, pp. 26-28 April 1977

  • 1976Weyl, M. "Jacques Lipchitz in Jerusalem." Ariel, No. 41, January 01, 1976, pp. 53-59 1976

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  • 1972Trier, E. "Ikonographische Traditionen im Werk von Jacques Lipchitz." Das Münster, Vol. 25, Pt. 5-6, September 01, 1972, pp. 381-388 September-December 1972

  • 1971Hammacher, A.M. "La Rétrospective Lipchitz à Berlin." XXe Siècle, No. 36, June 01, 1971, pp. 85-91 June 1971

  • 1971Kramer, Hilton. "Cubist Epoch." Art in America, Vol. 59, March 01, 1971, p. 56 March 1971

  • 1970Anonymous. "African Art in the collection of Jacques Lipchitz." African Arts, Los Angeles, June 01, 1970, pp. 48-51

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  • 1968Anonymous. "Exhibition at Marlborough-Gerson Gallery." Arts Magazine, Vol. 43, April 01, 1968, p. 63 April 1968

  • 1968Anonymous. "Exhibition at Marlborough-Gerson Gallery." Art News, Vol. 67, May 01, 1968, p. 18

  • 1968Lanes, Jerrold. "Work from the Cubist Period at Marlborough Gerson Gallery." Burlington Magazine, London, May 01, 1968, pp. 295-296 May 1968

  • 1967Anonymous. "Philadelphia Lipchitz." Architectural Review, Vol. 142, July 01, 1967, p. 48 July 1967

  • 1967Eagle, J. "Artist as Collector." Art in America, Vol. 55, May 01, 1967, pp. 54-55 May 1967

  • 1966Anonymous. "Exhibition at Marlborough-Gerson Gallery." Art News, Vol. 65, June 01, 1966, p. 12 Summer 1966

  • 1965Anonymous. "Jacques Lipchitz's Harlequin with Clarinet acquired by Museum Folkwang, Essen." Burlington Magazine, Vol. 107, June 01, 1965, p. 341 June 1965

  • 1964Anonymous. "Exhibition at Gerson Gallery." Art News, Vol. 63, October 01, 1964, p. 14 October 1964

  • 1964Judd, Donald. "Sculpture at the Marlborough-Gerson Gallery." Arts Magazine, Vol. 39, October 01, 1964, pp. 60-62 October 1964

  • 1964Patai, Irene. "A Chapter in the Life of Jacques Lipchitz." Chicago Perspective, Vol. 13, No. 5, May 01, 1964, pp. 30-35 May 1964

  • 1963Anonymous. "Exhibition at Gerson Gallery." Art News, Vol. 62, June 01, 1963, p. 15

  • 1963Anonymous. "Lipchitz: 1911-1962." Art News, March 01, 1963, p. 28 March 1963

  • 1963Kingsbury, A.M. "Lipchitz Sculpture at Cornell." Art Journal, New York, No. 2, p. 140 1963-64

  • 1963Langsner, J. "Retrospective Sponsored by the U.C.L.A. Arts Council." Art News, May 01, 1963, p. 48 May 1963

  • 1963Nordland, Gerald. "Nordland, Gerald." Artforum, San Francisco, June 01, 1963, pp. 38-40 June 1963

  • 1963Raynor, Vivien. "Exhibition at Gerson Gallery." Arts Magazine, Vol. 37, September 01, 1963, p. 55 September 1963

  • 1962Anonymous. "Sculptors' Jewelry." Art in America, June 01, 1962, p. 77 Summer 1962

  • 1962Grossman, Emery. "A Return Visit with Jacques Lipchitz." Temple Israel Light, Great Neck, New York, October 01, 1962, pp. 4-5 October 1962

  • 1962Sawin, Martica. "Gonzalez and Lipchitz." Arts Magazine, Vol. 36, February 01, 1962, pp. 14-19 February 1962

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  • 1961Anonymous. "Exhibition at the Otto Gerson Gallery." Progressive Architecture, Vol. 42, December 01, 1961, p. 71 December 1961

  • 1961Anonymous. "The Two Faces of Lipchitz." Arts Review, London, April 08, 1961 April 8-22, 1961

  • 1961Kuh, Katherine. "Conclusions from an Old Cubist." Art News, November 01, 1961, pp. 48-49 pp. 73-74, November 1961

  • 1961Mastai, M.L.D. "Lipchitz Retrospective at the Otto Gerson Gallery of New York." Apollo, London, November 01, 1961, p. 150 November 1961

  • 1961Talphir, Gabriel. "Jacques Lipchitz." Gazith, Tel Aviv, No. 213-214, pp. 1-2

  • 1960Anonymous. "Exhibition at Knoedler Gallery." Arts Magazine, Vol. 34, February 01, 1960, p. 56 February 1960

  • 1960Anonymous. "Gris Drawings and Lipchitz Sculptures at Knoedler's." Art News, Vol. 58, February 01, 1960, p. 12 February 1960

  • 1960Anonymous. "Jacques Lipchitz montre sa collection." L'Oeil, No. 66, June 01, 1960, pp. 46-53 June 1960

  • 1960Anonymous. "Retrospective Exhibition at the Tate." Studio, Vol. 159, February 01, 1960, p. 58

  • 1960Bowness, A. "Bowness, A. "Lipchitz Retrospective at the Tate Gallery." Arts Magazine, Vol. 34, January 1960, p. 17." Arts Magazine, Vol. 34, January 01, 1960, p. 17 January 1960

  • 1960Melville, R. "Exhibition of bronzes in London." Architectural Review, Vol. 127, February 01, 1960, pp. 135-136 February 1960

  • 1960Packer, William. "Jewish Experience." Financial Times, London, October 16, 1990

  • 1959Anonymous. "Exhibition at Fine Arts Associates Gallery." Arts Magazine, Vol. 34, December 01, 1960, p. 54 December 1959

  • 1959Anonymous. "Exhibition at Fine Arts Gallery." Art News, Vol. 58, November 01, 1960, p. 15 November 1959

  • 1959Anonymous. "Exhibition at the Tate." Burlington Magazine, Vol. 19, December 01, 1960, p. 470 December 1959

  • 1959Anonymous. "Französische plastik des 20 Jahrhunderts in Dortmund." Kunstwerk, Vol. 13, July 01, 1960, p. 28 July 1959

  • 1959Anonymous. "Le nouveau colloque avec Lipchitz." XXe Siecle, No. 21, December 01, 1960, pp. 27-31 (with English summary), supplement, December 1959

  • 1959Anonymous. "Lipchitz Exhibition in Canada." Canadian Art, Vol. 16, May 01, 1960, p. 132 May 1959

  • 1959Anonymous. "Lipchitz: Thinking Hand." Midstream, New York, September 01, 1960 Fall 1959

  • 1959Anonymous. "Protean Jacques Lipchitz." The Painter and Sculptor, London, Vol. 2, No. 4, December 01, 1960, pp. 11-17 Winter 1959-60

  • 1959Anonymous. "Un sculpteur d'hier et d'aujourd'hui." L'Oeil, No. 53, May 01, 1960, pp. 30-37 May 1959

  • 1959Fulford, Toronto R. "Kandinsky-Lipchitz Dual Exhibition." Canadian Art, Vol. 16, August 01, 1960, p. 204 August 1959

  • 1959Gueguen, Pierre. "Le nouveau colloque avec Lipchitz." XXe Siècle, Paris, No. 13, January 01, 1960, pp. 76-80 1959

  • 1959Schneider, Pierre. "Lipchitz: Cubism, The School for Baroque." Art News, Vol. 58, October 01, 1960, p. 46 October 1959

  • 1958Anonymous. "Artist as Collector." Art in America, Vol. 46, No. 2, June 01, 1960, p. 24 Summer 1958

  • 1958Anonymous. "Ausstellung seines Gesamtwerkes in der Kunsthalle, Basel." Werk, Vol. 45, October 01, 1960, pp. 205-206 October 1958, supplement

  • 1958Anonymous. "The Humanism of Rodin and Lipchitz." College Art Journal, Vol. 17, No. 3, April 01, 1960, pp. 247-265 Spring 1958

  • 1957Anonymous. "Drawing by Lipchitz: The Arrival." John Heron Institute Bulletin, Vol. 44, April 01, 1960, pp. 5-7 April 1957

  • 1957Anonymous. "Jacques Lipchitz." Art News, March 01, 1960, pp. 28-30 March 1957

  • 1957Anonymous. "Thirty-Three Semi-Automatics." Arts Magazine, New York, March 01, 1960, pp. 46-47 (Review), March 1957

  • 1957Davidson, A. "Jacques Lipchitz: The Artist at Work, by Bert Van Bork, with a Critical Evaluation by Alfred Werner." Art Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 3-4, September 01, 1967, p. 296 Fall-Winter 1967

  • 1957Eisendrath, William N. "‘Bather’ by Jacques Lipchitz." St. Louis Museum Bulletin, Vol. 42, No. 4, January 01, 1960, pp. 45-46 1957

  • 1957Munro, E.C. "Sculptor in the Foundry: Lipchitz at Work." Art News, March 01, 1960, pp. 28-30 pp. 61 62, March 1957

  • 1955Anonymous. "Review, Exhibition of Jacques Lipchitz." Cleveland Museum Bulletin, Vol. 42, No. 23, February 01, 1960 February 1955

  • 1954Anonymous. "Around with Lipchitz." Newsweek, Vol. 43, May 24, 1960, p. 63 May 24, 1954

  • 1954Anonymous. "Ashton, D. Visual Nourishment; exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art." Art Digest, Vol. 28, June 01, 1960, p. 16 June 1954

  • 1954Anonymous. "Forty Years of Lipchitz; Retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art." Interiors, Vol. 113, June 01, 1960, p. 10 June 1954

  • 1954Anonymous. "Frequent Phoenix." Time, Vol. 63, June 07, 1960, pp. 89-90 June 7, 1954

  • 1954Coates, R.M. "Art Galleries: Retrospective at Museum of Modern Art." New Yorker, Vol. 30, May 29, 1960, pp. 74-76 May 29, 1954

  • 1954Fremantle, C.E. "New York Commentary: Retrospective Exhibition at the Museum of Modern Art." Studio, Vol. 148, October 01, 1960, pp. 124-125 October 1954

  • 1954Greenberg, Clement. "Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz." Commentary, New York, Vol. 18, September 01, 1960, pp. 257-259 September 1954

  • 1954Hess, Thomas B. "Lipchitz: Space for Modern Sculpture." Art News, June 01, 1960, pp. 34-37 pp. 61-62, Hess, June 1954

  • 1954Larrea, Juan. "An Open Letter to Jacques Lipchitz." College Art Journal, Vol. 13, No. 4, June 01, 1960, pp. 250-288 Summer 1954

  • 1954Werner, Alfred. "The Dramatic World of Jacques Lipchitz." The Progressive, August 01, 1960 August 1954

  • 1953Anonymous. "Art and Religion." Art Digest, Vol. 28, December 01, 1960, p. 9 December 1953

  • 1952Anonymous. "Another Phoenix." Art Digest, New York, Vol. 26, February 15, 1960, p. 14 February 15, 1952

  • 1952Anonymous. "Fire (in Lipchitz's studio)." Art Digest, New York, February 01, 1960, p. 14 February 1, 1952

  • 1952Anonymous. "Jacques Lipchitz, père légitime des transparents." Art et Industrie, Paris, Vol. 27, No. 24, January 01, 1960, pp. 28-29 1952

  • 1952Hope, Henry R. "La scultura di Jacques Lipchitz." La Biennale di Venezia, No. 10, September 01, 1960, pp. 8-11 September 1952

  • 1952Kelleher, P.J. "Sacrifice: Bronze acquired by the Museum." Albright Gallery Notes, Buffalo, Vol. 16, May 01, 1960, pp. 2-3 May 1952

  • 1950Frost, Rosamund J. "Lipchitz Makes a Sculpture." Art News, New York, April 01, 1960, pp. 36-39 pp. 63-64, April 1950

  • 1950Slusser, Jean P. "Sculptures by Arp and Lipchitz." Bulletin of the Museum of Art, University of Michigan Press, Ann Arbor, Vol. 1, No. 1, May 01, 1960, pp. 9-12 May 1950

  • 1950Weller, Paul. "Jacques Lipchitz: A Portfolio of Photographs." Interiors, New York, Vol. 109, pp. 88-95 May 1950

  • 1949Anonymous. "Two Sculptors: Lipchitz and Arp." Theatre Arts, New York, Vol. 33, April 01, 1960, pp. 52-56 April 1949

  • 1946Cassou, Jean. "Contemporary Sculptors: V-Lipchitz." Horizon, London, December 01, 1960, pp. 377-380 December 1946

  • 1946Pach, Walter. "Lipchitz and the Modern Movement." Magazine of Art, Washington, D.C, December 01, 1960, pp. 354-359 December 1946

  • 1946Raynal, Maurice. "La sculpture de Jacques Lipchitz." Arts de France, Paris, No. 6, January 01, 1960, pp. 43-50 1946

  • 1946Sweeney, James Johnson. "Eleven Europeans in America." Museum of Modern Art Bulletin, New York, September 01, 1960, pp. 24-27 p. 38, 1946

  • 1944Rewald, John. "Jacques Lipchitz's Struggle." Museum of Modern Art Bulletin, New York, November 01, 1960, pp. 43-50 November 1944

  • 1936Craig, Martin. "Jacques Lipchitz." Art Front, New York, Vol. 2, January 01, 1960, pp. 10-11

  • 1935Benson, Emanuel M. "Seven Sculptors: Calder, Gargallo, Lehmbruck, Lipchitz, Manolo, Moore, Wolff." American Magazine of Art, Washington, D.C., Vol. 28, August 01, 1960, pp. 455-459 August 1935

  • 1932Faure, Elie. "Jacques Lipchitz et le Cubisme." Les Arts Plastiques, Brussels, No. 2,1950, pp. 117-122 (Written in 1932-33)

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  • 1930Tériade, E. "A propos de la récente exposition de Jacques Lipchitz." Cahiers d' Art, Paris, Vol. 5, January 01, 1960, pp. 259-265 1930

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  • 1926Salmon, Andre. "Nouvelles sculptures de Lipchitz." Cahiers d'Arts, Vol. 3, No. 10, January 01, 1960 1926

  • 1925Parkes, Kineton. "The Constructional Sculpture of Jacques Lipchitz." Architect, London, September 18, 1960, pp. 202-204 September 18, 1925

  • 1924Levinson, Andre. "Sculpteurs de ce temps." L'Armour de l'art, Paris, Vol. 5, January 01, 1960, pp. 377-391 1924

  • 1922Anonymous. "The Technique of Jacques Lipchitz." Broom, Rome, Vol. 2, January 01, 1960, pp. 216-219 1922

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  • 1921George, Waldemar. "Jacques Lipchitz." L'Amour de l'art, Paris, Vol. 2, August 01, 1960, pp. 255-258 August 1921

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