Jacques Lipchitz at the Villa Noailles 

Marlborough Gallery is pleased to announce the exhibition of works by Jacques Lipchitz in The Salon Rose at the Villa Noailles in Hyères, France. The Villa Noailles was designed by Robert Mallet-Stevens for Arthur Anne Marie Charles Vicomte de Noailles and his wife, Marie-Laure Bischoffsheim. Through their patronage and friendship, the Vicomte and Vicomtesse de Noailles supported influential artists such as Pablo Picasso, Jean Cocteau, Man Ray, Salvador Dali, Luis Buñuel, and Constantin Brâncuşi. Indeed, the house features prominently in the Man Ray film, Les mystères du château de dé (1929). In 1928, Gabriel Guevrekian designed a garden to suit the house, the focal point of which is the sculpture, La joie de vivre, by Lipchitz. The villa, now an art center, will feature an exceptional collection of works by Lipchitz, including Figure debout (1916), which has not been publically exhibited since 1930. Please see the Villa Noailles website for more information.


Summary: Works by Jacques Lipchitz on view in The Salon Rose at the Villa Noailles in Hyères, France