(1889 - 1957)
Saul L. Baizerman was active/lived in New York / Russian Federation. Saul Baizerman is known for sculptor-monumental figure.
Biography Saul Baizerman
A sculptor born in Vitebsk, Russia, Saul Baizerman created small, simplified human forms from chunky, squared off materials. His style was primarily realistic, and he chose urban themes including a series called "City and the People," hammered sculptures based on observations of contemporary life. Later he focused on the heroic nude figure.
He had one year of formal art training in Russia and coming to New York in 1910, he studied at the Art Students League, the National Academy of Design, and the Beaux-Arts Institute of Design. After 1920, he developed his signature technique of hammering metal sheets into shapes.
He traveled widely in Europe during the 1920s and had a one-man show at the Dorien Leigh Galleries in London in
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