Isamo Noguchi

Isamo Noguchi, father of modern furniture design

Cavalier period. Portrait of Lord John Stuart and his brother Lord Bernard Stuart (later Earl of Lichfield) by Sir Anthony van Dyck, c. 1638. The main feature of this period is a raised waistline for both men and women. It moved to the middle of the torso, not quite as high as the under the bust empire styles we'll see in early 19th century womens wear, but not at the natural waist either. Heavy silk satins were the favored fabric.

Anthony van Dyck, Lord John and Lord Bernard Stuart, 1638

isamu noguchi "three-legged vase" 1952

Three-legged vase (Sansoku hanaike) by Isamu Noguchi, 1952

Isamu Noguchi

Isamu Noguchi with sculptures in his Long Island City studio, 1980 (photo by Al Mozell).

UNESCO Garden, Paris - Isamu Noguchi

UNESCO garden in Paris designed by Isamu Noguchi

ISAMU NOGUCHI, Noodle, 1943-44. Material Botticino marble and pine wood. Photograph by Kevin Noble. / Noguchi Museum

scandinaviancollectors: “ISAMU NOGUCHI, Noodle, Material Botticino marble and pine wood. Photograph by Kevin Noble.

Isamu Noguchi with Carl Mackley Memorial, 1933

“When an artist stops being a child, he stops being an artist.

Isamu Noguchi, Therese Thorne McLane, 1929

Isamu Noguchi - Portrait of Therese Thorne McLane, bronze, 1929

thenoguchimuseum: “ Photograph of Isamu Noguchi’s studio at 33 MacDougal Alley, Greenwich Village New York, ca. 1945. Structure, in the collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh since...

Isamu Noguchi’s studio at 33 MacDougal Alley, Greenwich Village / circa 1945 / Structure, in the collection of the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh since is shown as a work in progress / The Noguchi Museum Archive

“Happy 110th birthday, Isamu Noguchi! Photograph of Noguchi with his sculpture The Inner Stone, 1980  The Noguchi Museum Archive ”

Photograph of Noguchi with his sculpture The Inner Stone, 1980 Photo by Arthur Mones The Noguchi Museum Archive ”

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