(1888 - 1971)
Joseph Czaky was active/lived in France, Hungary. Joseph Czaky is known for Sculpture, design, drawing.
Joseph Csaky was born on March 18, 1888 in Szeged, Hungary. He studied for a short time at l'École des Arts Decoratifs in Budapest.
In 1908 he moved to Paris where his work was influenced by the styles of the French avant-garde. Rodin's post-romantic, lyric style was supplanted by Maillol's more rigorous and sensual compositions. Eventually, Cubism also influenced Csaky's works. In 1909, Picasso produced his first cubist sculpture of a woman's head, and in 1914 Csaky created a similar work titled La Tête Cubiste.
Csaky fought with the French army during World War I. After the war he continued to examine the human form through his cubist sculptures. Csaky began to explore abstra ... Displaying 750 of 1501 characters.