(1881 - 1934)
Pablo Gargallo was active/lived in Spain, France. Pablo Gargallo is known for avant-garde sculpture-cubism and expressionism.
From Spain, Pablo Gargallo is known for his innovative approach to
sculpture, which was creating three-dimensional works from flat metal
plate and from paper and cardboard. Other mediums were the more
traditional bronze and marble. His subjects included abstract
figure and equestrians, and his styles embraced Expressionsism, Art
Nouveau and Cubism. Models included Pablo Picasso, whose head he
sculpted, and the actress, Greta Garbo, which resulted in three pieces.
In 1912, Gargallo moved to Paris where he spent much time in the
Montparnasse Quarter, where he had lived earlier in 1903, and had begun
modernist artists including Picasso and Juan Gris.
Gris introduced him to Mag ... Displaying 750 of 1410 characters.