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"On Saturday, July Hans Namuth, who had rented a house for the summer in Water Mill, Long Island, attended an opening in East H.

“I never liked the middle ground–the most boring place in the world.” -Louise Nevelson

Breaking Tradition: The Story of Louise Nevelson

By my eternal favorite photographer Richard Avedon: Louise Nevelson, sculptor, New York, May 1975

Louise Nevelson Bicentennial Dawn (detail), 1976 U.S. Courthouse Building at 6th & Market Streets, Philadelphia

Louise Nevelson Bicentennial Dawn (detail), 1976 U. Courthouse Building at & Market Streets, Philadelphia

Louise Nevelson photographer unknown

Today we celebrate Public Art Fund artist Louise Nevelson. The artist with distinctive style would have turned 113 yesterday.

Louise Nevelson was an American sculptor known for her monumental, monochromatic, wooden wall pieces and outdoor sculptures.

Louise Nevelson geboren als Leah Berliawsky (Kiev (Oekraïne), 23 september 1899 - New York City, 17 april was een Amerikaans beeldhouwster.known for her monumental, monochromatic, wooden wall pieces and outdoor sculptures.

Louise Nevelson (1899-1988) America's Most Innovative Sculptor.  Quoted as saying “I think most artists create out of despair. The very nature of creation is not a performing glory on the outside, it's a painful, difficult search within.” —Louise Nevelson

Portrait of Louise Nevelson wearing two of her wooden necklaces and a bracelet in her living room, photographed by Ugo Mulas, ca.

Artists - Louise Nevelson with her granddaughter Neith Nevelson  photo by Ugo Mullas 1967 for issue of Art in America

Artists - Louise Nevelson with her granddaughter Neith Nevelson photo by Ugo Mullas 1967 for issue of Art in America

Louise Nevelson (23 Septembre, 1899 - le 17 Avril, 1988), American Sculpteur | Prabook

Louise Nevelson (Russian born American sculptor) is known for her monumental…

Louise Nevelson, Solitude, 1986, collage and lithograph, 40.50” x 27.75”

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"When you put together things that other people have thrown out, you’re really bringing them to life – a spiritual life that surpasses the life for which they were originally created."

Glimmering Prize: Mixed Media Collage and Assemblage by Lorraine Reynolds: inspiration-Louise Nevelson