Walking Woman

Walking Woman

1912
Artist
Alexander Archipenko, Russian, American, 1887-1964
Born: Kiev
Country
Russia
sculpture
Bronze
Gift of Charles Bayly, Jr. Fund
1958.43

Alexander Archipenko
Walking Woman, 1912
Bronze
Gift of Charles Bayly, Jr. Fund, 1958.43

Dimensions
overall height: 30.5 in, 77.4700 cm; overall width: 9.75 in, 24.7650 cm; overall depth: 8.5 in, 21.5900 cm; base height: 3.875 in, 9.8425 cm; base width: 8.5 in, 21.5900 cm; base depth: 8.5 in, 21.5900 cm
Inscription
Writing on bottom PR, Signature bottom PL, Archipenko / Paris 1912.” "Apres mois viendron les jours quand cet oeuvre sera et le temps et les artistes sculpteront l’espace." bottom, outside leg area, left side when you are facting the piece.
Department
Modern and Contemporary Art
Collection
Modern and Contemporary Art
Exhibition History
  • "Collector’s Choice"--Denver Art Museum, 1958
  • "Exhibitions of 20th Century Sculpture"--University of New Mexico, 1966
  • "Rodin Rediscovered"--National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C., 1981/82
  • "Roots of Modernism in America: Artists of the Armory and the Eight"--Nassau County Museum of Fine Art, Roslyn New York, 1984
  • "Focus: The Figure"--Denver Art Museum, 8/9/2008 - 2/2011

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