Calder Oil PaintingLori kennington
I have a very old mountainscape oil painting signed Calder. I am interested in finding out any info. on Calder's work before 1925. Thank You
I am seeking informationNick
I have a series of Calder lithos that appear to be a suite. The subject is McGovern for President. Suite has 5 pieces all different sizes. I m seeking any information regarding these Lithos. I also have a Calder Litho, Ribicoff for Governor.
Calder InksTed Durbin
I have Circus 12 ink lithos signed by Calder with the dates 1931 and 1932. They are all different sizes but mostly about 17 x 13 inches. They were looked at by an ASA appraiser. I sent photos to Christies 6 months ago and they say their N.Y. expert is still looking at them. Is it my imagination or is there some kind of suppression as to how much Sandy Calder work is released at one time. I say this because of others difficulty in obtaining information or appraisals.
Who is the artist?catherine archbold
I have two prints of ballerinas in different poses. The artist's signature is on the lowe right. It looks like either "Albo" or "Azbo". Appreciate if someone can give me some leads on this.
signed and numbered litho - how to priceBetty
I have a signed and numbered A Caldwell litho, a gift. I have not seen this particular print on any sites. Can anyone advise of a web site to at least identify the name of this lovely print?
I am starting a book project about the presence of Calder in Venezuela Past and present, any related information will be more than welcome
Mother's name was Nanette Lederer Calder
Calder Sculptures in the News
Mary Webb (07/04/2001)
The Pew Charitable Trusts announced the award of a $5-million grant to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The Museum will use the funds to install 10 to 15 Calder sculptures on a rotating basis over an initial 12- year period--- beginning in 2001--- along Philadelphia's stunning Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
What a tremendouse homage to one of Philadelphia's most beloved artists!
Mary Webb (04/03/2001)
Calder News from
Alexander Calder's family has chosen Philadelphia, late
artist's birthplace, as the site of a museum dedicated to his work. The
museum is a $50 million project and plans to open in 2004. The City of
Philadelphia will donate the land. Project director Diane Dalto stated that
private donors will fund site preparation and construction. The Calder family
will display many of the works by the artist in the new museum. Japanese
architect Tadao Ando was chosen to design the building.
Alexander Calder Foundation